Rhiannon Inman-Simpson

It’s too quiet in the bright Rhiannon Inman-Simpson uses painting to explore visceral encounters between body and place. In her works she moves between colour, form and marks in the same way she might move her body through a physical environment. For ‘It’s too quiet in the bright’ she will be showing new paintings alongside… Continue reading Rhiannon Inman-Simpson

Anna Atkinson and the Wonky Women’s Tarot Collective

Wednesday 3 – Sunday 7 August 2022 Anna Atkinson is an artist, storyteller art therapist and counsellor. She is the author of The Wonky Woman’s Guide to Tarot. In January 2021 she started teaching an 18-month online tarot course, sharing a card a week with women from all over the world. This exhibition includes the… Continue reading Anna Atkinson and the Wonky Women’s Tarot Collective

Irina Brook, My Mother, My Shadow

My Mother, My Shadow An exhibition from international, award-winning theatre director, Irina Brook Electro Studios Project Space (13 & 14 August) My Mother, My Shadow is an exhibition and unmissable one-off event from award-winning, international theatre director and East Sussex resident, Irina Brook.  For the past four years, Irina has been working on House of Us, an… Continue reading Irina Brook, My Mother, My Shadow

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Nigel Plumb – My Leaves Have Drifted From Me

13 – 21 AugustLANDING GALLERY An exhibition of monoprints, collographs, drawings, and collages from the last 15 years at Electro Studios. Including The Dungeness, Sound Mirrors and Celestial Debris series. Together with the blind embossed leaf collages and small window ledge sculptures. Exhibition Times:Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 August, 12 – 6pmSaturday 20 & Sunday… Continue reading Nigel Plumb – My Leaves Have Drifted From Me

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Ian Baker – Then and Now

22 – 31 July Ian Baker’s richly evocative paintings emerge from a deep love of nature in the Romantic sense and are firmly in the English tradition of landscape as a metaphor for inner states of being: melancholy, longing and separation. His paintings depict the hidden place, or the scared space, where human traces take… Continue reading Ian Baker – Then and Now

Nick Snelling – On Wood

On Wood 22 – 31 July 2022 New paintings alongside friends work from the artist’s collection with a specially commissioned film by Roberta Phillips. Artists include: Ian Baker, Phoebe Burrows, Jon Cole, Peter Dalla Costa, Michael Davies, Martin Everett, Rod Harman, Clyde Hopkins, Adrienne Hunter, Ian Jones, Charles Koning, Julian Le Bas, Patrick Jones, William… Continue reading Nick Snelling – On Wood

Yoolysees

An Exhibition and events celebrating James Joyce’s novel Ulysses.100 years published in 2022Curated by Lucy Brennan Shiel Artists: Judith Alder, Ian Baker, Jo Berry, Colin Booth, Alexander Brattell, Lucy Brennan Shiel, Ruddy Cheek, Sinéid Codd, Howard Colyer, Cliff Crawford, Elizabeth Doak, Julia Hilton, Dan Howard-Birt, Kathleen King, Charles Koning, Ian Land, Sarah Lloyd, Noel Grassy… Continue reading Yoolysees

Silverhill Press Presents

13 – 22 May The Silverhill Press is an independent photography, poetry and art book publisher based in Silverhill, St. Leonards on Sea. Silverhill Press have published programmes for ESPS exhibitions including Jo Israel – Betwixt, The Tree of Life and Searching For Kushti. The show will be open to the public with special events,… Continue reading Silverhill Press Presents