West End Gallery

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West End Gallery

We were very excited to be able open our doors again in late April and welcome back all those lovely people who had supported us and other small galleries in Worthing throughout the pandemic. Like us they recognised the importance of art to lift the spirits and to provide a welcome distraction in uncertain times.

We also have our eyes on staycationers who, we are sure, will be discovering the delights of the South Coast this summer, including Worthing’s West End with its eclectic mix of small cafes, galleries and shops.

Barry Williams, ‘Mid-Life Crisis’, A Conversation Piece

Now into its fifth year, the West End Gallery is also Sarah Sepe’s and Barry Williams’ working studio. Their original artwork includes Sarah’s printed seascapes, collages and small 3D paper artworks; Barry’s photography, prints and quirky recycled mixed-media ‘Conversation Pieces’, plus an interesting selection of their unique framed work and cards. During the summer their gallery displays will be complemented by a selection of work by local guest artists.

Sarah Sepe, ‘Pebbles’ Paper Collage

The Gallery’s ethos is to showcase locally-made art at realistic prices in an informal, friendly setting so that everyone can, hopefully, find something to suit their pocket.

West End Gallery, 87 Rowlands Road, Worthing  Bn11 3Jx. For more details visit www.worthingartstudios.com

pictured at top: Sarah Sepe, Beach Stones (detail), acrylic painting

Barry Williams ‘Put Your Hands Where I Can See Them!’ A Conversation Piece

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