Chalk Gallery this Autumn

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CHALK GALLERY THIS AUTUMN

An exciting new exhibition begins at Chalk Gallery in Lewes on 3rd September and continues until 1st November.

Claudia Wiegand, ‘Saturn’, fused glass sculpture, 41x60cm

We are delighted to have two amazing Guest Artists to join us: Frances Knight and David Meeking. Also in this exhibition, in memory of our wonderful friend and Chalk member Susan Lynch, we display her last painting ‘Swansong’ and it takes centre stage in our mixed window display until 20th September. (see image at top)

Also coming up later in the exhibition, don’t miss our Featured Artists Lindsey Pearson with her latest ink and watercolour paintings followed by Gina Lelliott’s glistening 2D and 3D glass artworks.

Lindsey Pearson, ‘Water’s Edge’, watercolour

Gina Lelliott, ‘Melody’, fused glass

After a complete change of exhibition week commencing 2nd November we re-open on Thursday 6th November with our last Featured Artist of 2020 – Eva Wibberley and her fabulous new paintings.

Eva Wibberley, ‘Forever and a Day’, oil on paper

We are delighted to now be publishing a gallery blog in which we find out more about our featured artists in our Artist-to-Artist interviews, demonstrations, topical features and opinion. A link to our latest blogs appears in the gallery 3-weekly newsletter so do sign up to our mailing list if you don’t receive it already.

Diane Bailey, ‘Together Again’, acrylic on board

For ingénu/e readers who may not have spotted already, Chalk Gallery now has a wonderful new online shop which has proved to be both a popular and convenient way of browsing artworks 24/7 since it was launched in July, and new this Autumn we launch our new gift section for lots of original gift ideas from our artists for £75 or less.

The gallery’s opening hours are Thursday through to Sunday 11am to 4pm (closed Monday to Wednesday) while our new online shop is open 24/7 and you can also keep in touch with our latest artworks and daily news on Chalk Gallery’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.

Nichola Campbell. ‘Theatre at Daybreak’, ink on wood panel

Carry on scrolling down for more fabulous artwork…
Visit www.chalkgallerylewes.co.uk for more information about the artists and exhibitions.

Jane Bridger, Raku Bat Pot

Nicola Colbran, ‘Barn Owl in Flight’, watercolour

Yolande Beer, Decorative Figure Dish

Janice Thurston, ‘Lockdown View Three Cornered Copse’ oil

Gabrielle Lord, ‘Dancer with Red Hair’, acrylic on board

Sue Collins, ‘Fern Fantasy’ mixed media 50×50 cm

Lyndsey Smith, ‘Early Start Smithfield’, pen & watercolour

Joan Wilkes, ‘Funky Breakfast’ card print and paint

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