Fashion photo
Have we MET?

This exhibition is a play on words and a playful invitation to an exhibition of work by current and recently graduated students from Northbrook MET – and it’s a good excuse (if you needed one) to come and visit Colonnade House. Work by the next generation of artists and designers will intrigue and amaze you, with the exhibition taking over both galleries and covering illustration, fashion, film, photography and fine art. Get ready to be inspired by the creative talent that is blooming in Worthing.

Open 7-12 November 10am – 5pm

Jac Lancaster-Fairbairn – Seasons and Jewels

Jac Lancaster-Fairbairn is back for a second exhibition in our Studio Gallery with a new collection of work that celebrates colour and texture in richly embellished panels. Showing with Jac is glass artist Julie Anthony who has been inspired by India to create collages of pattern and colour.

Open 14-19 November 10am-5pm

Hello Dodo Winter Wonderland

I think it’s OK to mention CHRISTMAS, and now that I have, here is the most original solution for your present list: Hello Dodo’s Winterland Pop-Up Shop. There is more wit than a sackful of cracker jokes, and enough colour to chase the winter blues away, so be sure not to miss out – they’re only here for one week!

Open 14-19 November 10am – 5pm

John Evans Ceramics Janet Branscombe painting
Naked – John Evans and Janet Branscombe

The human form is explored in ceramics and painting in its naked and elemental forms by John Evans and Janet Branscombe. John’s process as a ceramicist uses ‘naked raku’ firing, using the smoke from the fire to ‘paint’ his vessels. Janet explores the human experience in the round, as a painter, a yoga teacher and therapist, with each area of practice feeding the others. A fascinating exhibition and a unique opportunity to meet these two artists.

Open 21st November – 2nd December 10am – 5pm

Brian Tew ceramics
Brian Tew

Showing in our Studio Gallery alongside Naked is ceramicist and former architect Brian Tew who works with stoneware and earthenware in an intuitive way, guided by the materials and allowing forms to evolve through choosing from a range of processes and embellishments. Brian is content when his final forms suggest antiquity and a sculptural aesthetic.

Open 21st November – 2nd December 10am – 5pm

DID YOU MISS……….

……the wonderful recent exhibition of sculptural cardboard wizardry by Rachel Williams? Catch up on this new blog by local photographer Scott Ramsey: Notthelm

ARE YOU LOOKING……..

…for studio space? We have a first floor studio available – please get in touch if you would like to arrange a viewing.