Previous exhibitions

  • 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
  • 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
  • Ptolemy Mann – Painting in Progress
    Painting in Progress 16 – 17 July 2022 Ptolemy Mann creates immersive abstractions using both thread and paint. During her three week residency at Electro Studios Project Space, the artist has produced a series of large scale, colour-drenched paintings on paper and canvas, a direct response to the space and the coastal light. Exhibition opening… Continue reading Ptolemy Mann – Painting in Progress
  • SOCO ARTISTS present Relay Respond Relay
    28 artists @landing_esps_ Electro Studios Project Space 1 – 10 July 2022 28 artists divided into groups A and Z have taken on a visual relay over a period of fourteen weeks from March 20th to June 26. Each artist had one week to make a piece of work before handing on the ‘baton’ via… Continue reading SOCO ARTISTS present Relay Respond Relay
  • 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
  • Searching For Kushti: 50 Years of The Diddakoi
    Béla Váradi & Jules Earl 2 – 18 April A Town Explores A Book 2022 celebrates 50 years since Rumer Godden’s young adult novel The Diddakoi told the story of a half-gypsy girl’s struggle to maintain her travelling culture following the death of her wagon dwelling guardian. Hungarian Roma photographer Béla Váradi and New Traveller… Continue reading Searching For Kushti: 50 Years of The Diddakoi
  • Known and Strange Things
    Oska Lappin, Agnieszka Dabrowska, Adrienne Hunter, Victoria kiff A collaborative exhibition of new work. March 4th – March 13th Known and Strange Things focuses on diverse approaches and experiences; contrasting things that are equally important for these artists in their life as well as their practice. Connected by friendship and similarities of approach, the show… Continue reading Known and Strange Things
  • A Sense of Place
    Introducing Lane House Arts to East Sussex Patrick Altes, Yuki Aruga, Steve Burden, Amy Dury, Steph Fawbert, Leslie Glenn Damhus RWA, Angela Lizon RWA, Keren Luchtenstein, Allan Martin PRIVATE VIEW FRIDAY 26th NOVEMBER 6 – 9pm​Exhibition Times:Saturday 27th November 11am – 6pmSunday 28th November 11am – 6pmThen Wednesday 1st December – Sunday 5th December 11am… Continue reading A Sense of Place
  • 14 months of solitude
    Photographs as Conversation John Cole, Lauris Morgan-Griffiths, Alexander Brattell and James Robertshaw. Our Photographic Conversation began in April 2020, during the early days of the Lockdown. The aim of the project was to create something positive out of Lockdown. We thought, Why not make the best of difficult times, and keep our creative juices flowing… Continue reading 14 months of solitude
  • Betwixt & Between
    A debut solo exhibition of works by Jo Israel, revealing hidden worlds embedded in paper and glass. Jo Israel’s photography and light box exposures unearth the hidden, natural and cultural histories embedded in paper and glass, evoking enchanted lost worlds of ancestral memory. All of the work in this exhibition is made using pages taken… Continue reading Betwixt & Between
  • Made and Remade
    We are pleased to host painter, Adrienne Hunter’s first solo show. A childhood home full of paintings by Scottish artists such as Anne Redpath, William McTaggert, John Maxwell and John Houston left an indelible impression. Bringing her early career as a solicitor to an end, she undertook a part time foundation course at Hastings College.… Continue reading Made and Remade
  • The Tree Of Life
    A period unlike any other, the pandemic has quickened our awareness and appreciation of the natural cycles of life. Renewal, regeneration in an emerging new reality, The Tree of Life looks at the ways in which artists draw upon trees and their metaphorical association with family and personal relationships to reflect upon nature, the human… Continue reading The Tree Of Life
  • Oceanic Feelings
    Oceanic Feelings is an exhibition and collaboration between artists Becky Beasley @beckybeasleyuk w/ Beatrice Tailby Hardstaff @beatrice_th, Clare Burnett @clareeburnett, Leah Clements @leah_r_clements, Sam Smith w/ Project Artworks @projectartworks & curator Mariana Lemos @marianaamlemos The project is spurred by a desire to recognise embodied experience as a source of knowledge. Thinking of feeling as a… Continue reading Oceanic Feelings
  • Treatments : What We Find and What We Bring
    Sophie Shaw A mysterious set of glass plate negatives found by chance inspires this meditation on the elusive nature of the past and the power of legacy. This exhibition of prints and paintings provides a glimpse into an ongoing project, which brings rigorous research together with a little bit of fantasy. Due to COVID-19 only… Continue reading Treatments : What We Find and What We Bring
  • Work
    G. CALVERT • CELIA TOLER • THERESA CARUANA Paintings – Installation – Performance – Films Private View: Sunday 20 October 6-8pmPanel Discussion: Tuesday 22 October 5-7pmOpen: 17 – 22 October 2019, 1-6pm dailyIf the work is not shown, who is it working for ?…. When the word ‘work’ itself becomes the artist’s work… The emotional… Continue reading Work
  • Crowley Calling
    A mixed media group exhibition influenced by modern day occultist and magician Aleister Crowley. Preview: Friday 27th September 6-9pmOpen Saturday 28th – Sunday 29th 11-4pmFeatured Artist Links: FIONA STEWART @fionastewart_arts STEVE JOHNSTON MARTIN TANTON KATE HARRISON @iamkateharrison KRISTIAN BAUGHURST JOSH EARLES Full info at Part of Coastal Currents 2019
  • Man Sized Residency
    Exchange Project in collaboration with ESPS Three days of exhibition, conversations and performances to present a multitude of attitudes and perspectives on what each considers a man to be. MAN-SIZED: What’s the size of your man?“In our current social climate that questions, with varying levels of severity, how males perform masculinity, Exchange project has gathered… Continue reading Man Sized Residency
  • Time Spins
    site specifc interventions christian gode & elisabeth sonneck preview friday 26.07.19 6-9pmexhibition open 27, 28 july 1-5pm and by appointment until 11.8.19
  • The Body, Personal and Planetary
    PAINTINGS BY SUE ADAMS The paintings in this show have been made out of my searching between personal and wider collective concerns and often in response to the misuse of power. Images coalesce and arise from my experience that healing is possible at many levels. Private view: Friday 24th May 2019, 7 – 9pmExhibition open:… Continue reading The Body, Personal and Planetary
  • Repeat After Me
    The war to end all wars that wasn’t. WW1. The supposed dawn of a peaceful age foreshadowed instead a century of repeated conflict; global migration; technology; memory; megalomaniacs; murderers; mercenaries and money makers. On show are works including film, poetry, photography, painting and sculpture. Artists:Susan HamerSusan Harbage PageAndy MasheterMaslen & Mehra + Shuby and DeleteJohn… Continue reading Repeat After Me
  • Holzer | Israel
  • Feet
    South Coast Artistsan experimental installation by SoCo Artists & friends 22 and 23 September 11am-5pm Private View: 21 September 6pm-8.30pm Feet are the things that hold us upright and allow us mobility.SoCo Artists and friends present a diverse collection of Feet, made from a variety of materials including wood, paper, ceramics and textiles. SoCo Artists… Continue reading Feet
  • Self Comes To Mind
    Opening night Friday 7th September, 6pm-9pm Exhibition open 8 & 9 and 15 & 16 September, 1-5pm or by appointment
  • Memorial Device
    Preview Friday 31 August 2018, 4pm-9pm Exhibition open 1 and 2 September 2018, 10am-8pm Further information
  • On The Fly
    site specific interventions Elisabeth Sonneck & Christian Gode Preview Saturday 21.07.18 5-8pm Exhibition open 22, 28 & 29 July, 1-5pm and by appointment
  • Ghost Mantle
    Joe Packer Anne Parfit
  • Sea Road
    A road suggests something hard and tangible, which if we follow it for long enough, will take us to where we want or hope to go. A sea road, in contrast, suggests something invisible to the human eye, something intangible that exists more in the imagination. Roads are lines drawn: concrete and simple to understand.… Continue reading Sea Road
  • Legally High
    Preview Friday 8th September 6-8pm States of aesthetic intoxication are soon to be on offer at Legally High, an exhibition of five contemporary artists at the Electro Studios Project Space in St Leonards-on-Sea. Legally High showcases the work of Alexandra Drawbridge, Gerard Hemsworth, Charles Koning, Anne Parfitt, and Toby Tatum.
  • Masks: an experimental installation
    by SoCo Artists for Coastal Currents 2017 Masked Private View Friday 1 September 6 – 8.30pm 11am – 5pm Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 September Masks have been used as protection, disguise, performance and entertainment since antiquity. SoCo Artists and friends present a collection of masks made from paper, wood, plastic, textiles, found materials, images… Continue reading Masks: an experimental installation
  • East Sussex Modern
  • Sea Crossing
    Sea Crossing Opening: 30 September 2016 An experimental installation by SoCo Artists: part of the ROOT 1066 Festival of Contemporary Arts Further information: 
  • 2016
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  • 2014 and beyond
    Exhibitions from 2014 and before

Electro Studios Project Space
Seaside Road
St Leonards on Sea
TN38 0AL

The nearest rail station is West St Leonards on the Charing Cross line. Change at Warrior Square or Hastings if travelling on the coastal line. It’s a few minutes walk down the hill to Seaside Road.