Summer at Shoreham Gallery


Summer at Shoreham Gallery

Summertime is here to enjoy at Shoreham Art Gallery with some wonderful new work from our gallery members on show in the gallery and sculpture Garden, plus some exciting work from a diverse range of monthly guest artists.

Amazing talented artist Rosi Robinson exhibits as July’s special Guest Artist. Rosi creates figurative batik paintings, her inspirations come from Matisse, Van Gogh, Impressionism. Her work celebrates the use of colour with light and shade.

In August we have Nicky Bainbridge with her stunning seascapes exhibition ‘Sea’s the Moment’. Her inspiration comes from The Boyle Family, David Hockney and Sorolla’s use of colour. A must see!

Nicky Bainbridge, ‘View to Worthing’

Each month over the summer we also have some great solo exhibitions in the upstairs gallery space. In July we have the ‘Wealden Dreaming’ exhibition showing beautiful digital prints developed from lino cuts inspired by the Sussex landscape by Chris Sedgwick and in August Chris Dawson‘s quirky and thought provoking paintings that will make you smile.

Chris Sedgwick, Protestant Martyrs

We have also recently welcomed a great new addition to the gallery, popular mosaic artist Christine Walker. Christine creates contemporary mosaic panels and framed pieces for interiors and gardens with some stunning colour combinations.

All the artwork at the gallery is very reasonably priced and there is a wide range of original work for everyone to enjoy at home and in the garden. From fused and stained glass, textiles to turned wood, photographs, prints and paintings, as well as beautifully crafted jewellery. If there is something you can’t see, many of the artists take on commissions making bespoke pieces.

Find out more at where you can also subscribe to our monthly newsletter. The Online Gallery and Online Shop are always open and offers free delivery to the BN43 area.

pictured at top: Rosi Robinson, ‘SummerAfternoon’ (detail)

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