New Art Gallery
New location in Eastbourne
The New Art Gallery has moved from Alfriston Village, after many happy years, into the centre of Eastbourne and is now housed in a lovely Victorian house in Hyde Gardens. They have a new Director, Ian Shearer, who has invested in the gallery with his passion for art and his experience in business.
Whilst looking for a shop in Eastbourne last year, the virus started up and they had to retreat into lockdown. This unfortunately halted the move, effectively the gallery was closed for nearly a year, but then Hyde Gardens became available where they have settled in nicely. After such a difficult time the gallery was touched by the loyalty of their existing artists, and have now also added new artists to their existing stable.
The first exhibition of Stuart McCrorie’s paintings was very successful and the current exhibition features artist Louisa Crispin, whose intricate observations from nature are outstanding, and runs until the 31st October. Her show is entitled ‘Botanicals and Bees’.
The following event runs from 2nd November to 24th December, and will have work which artists have produced that can be purchased for under £100, making excellent Christmas presents.
Visit www.newart-gallery.co.uk for all information.
pictured at top: Louisa Crispin, Lichen on Larch ii