Two Worthing artists bounce back after Covid to put on an exhibition with a new charitable twist. Wild and Free at Colonnade House, Warwick St, Worthing runs from 25th to 29th May 2021, opening times 10am to 5pm daily.
After a year of cancelled shows and gallery closures, Alison Tyldesley and Diane Bailey are again exhibiting their vibrant paintings and prints and are contributing to the local charity Superstar Arts. They are donating a whole wall of art works and profits will go to the charity.
Superstar Arts is a charity based in Worthing delivering creative projects for young people and adults with learning disabilities giving life-changing experiences to participants, parents and families. The charity are excited to be part of the exhibition and more information and beautiful handmade items from the Superstar shop will also be available to purchase.
The exhibition provides an opportunity to view new work from the artists as well as supporting an extremely worthwhile local charity.
New work in this show includes Alison’s luminous sea and landscapes and Diane’s vivid and engaging wildlife paintings and prints.
About Superstar Arts
Superstar Arts provides creative projects for people with learning disabilities in Worthing. Our ethos is to enable participants to grow and develop skills using art as a ‘vehicle’ for doing so.
Our aim is to promote positive images of adults with learning disabilities within the wider community and deliver high quality, innovative artistic experiences for people with learning disabilities.
We will use any art media as well as drama, music and dance to explore themes, gain skills, sell exhibit and perform their work.
In 2020, we opened our online shop, and now at our new charity shop at 31 South Street in Tarring.
We are delighted that Alison and Diane are able to support the Superstar Artists through their wonderful exhibition Wild and Free.
Tuesday – Saturday // 10.00 – 17.00