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Line Form Light 2

26 February – 10 March (closed Mondays)

Five local artists working in ceramics, jewellery, painting, photography, pewter and glass return to Colonnade House to present their latest work. The common factor here is their exquisite skill which can be appreciated in the way that still life subjects are photographed in the style of Dutch Masters, in the high polish of pewter cast by a master craftswoman and in the exuberant flow of paintings inspired by movement and dance, along with contemporary decorative style in jewellery and ceramics.

DON’T MISS: Meet the Artists Day – all day Sunday 3 March. Refreshments provided.



West Sussex Art Society



West Sussex Art Society 2019

12 – 17 March 

Celebrating their 90th year with an exuberant exhibition of paintings, prints and sculpture you will find many of your favourite local artists here. Meeting regularly since 1929 the group’s activities include workshops, talks and drawing sessions. Come along and celebrate with this friendly arts group – you might even want to join!



Photograph by Kevin Hicks



Affordable Art Show with Philippa Bower & Kevin Hicks

19 – 24 March

Making a splash with photographs and paintings this show lands in Worthing for one week only. You may recognise both artists from exhibitions at the popular Pier Road Gallery in Littlehampton, but in this show Kevin is focussed on Worthing which is a town he has known and loved for many years. Philippa’s folk-art style originated in her art training in Mexico and now she applies the same aesthetic to local scenes in colourful and playful ways.



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Here & Now Live!

19 – 24 March

The team from Here & Now, Worthing’s thriving listings magazine, are taking over our Studio Gallery in the heart of Worthing to get up close and find out what stuff matters to you. Expect live interviews, guests, tasting sessions and more!



Gill Dixon Embroidery



Gill Dixon: The Landscape of Stitch

26 – 31 March 

Fabric and thread are used to craft and collage painterly images that take their inspiration from the landscape. Three dimensional embroidery, fabric collage, applique – none of these descriptions is adequate on its own. Gill embraces the unplanned juxtapositions that occur with such pliable materials and the results are stunning.