Future Exhibitions

SUMMER AT THE GRANGE ART GALLERY

After the Artist’s Open House in May, the Grange Gallery continues with a refreshing and stimulating variety of exhibitions for June and July.

1 – 20 June. RETHREADED is a group of eight textile artists who have all stitched from an early age. “We’ve been together as a group since we completed a three year Experimental Textiles adult Education course”

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13 – 18 July. THE LITTLE PEOPLE PHOTOGRAPHS is a child-friendly exhibition by Paul Rowland of toy people photographed in unusual places.

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20 July – 8 August. Mick Bensley, marine artist, will be showing new works. He divides his time between painting, teaching. “I continue to paint a range of subjects including portraits of people, their pets, landscapes, seascapes.”

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SEA PICTURES

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Lively poetry and prose to accompany the exhibition of marine paintings by Mick Bensley.

Read by Anita Gilson & Sarah Tobias

SUNDAY 30 JULY 2-3pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Shifting Focus – 10th August – 22nd August

Julian Hayward trained as a designer, and throughout his life he enjoyed drawing. He was a lecturer at Brighton Polytechnic (now Brighton University) for 25 years, teaching Interior Design in the Department of Architecture.

As he approached retirement he took a certificate course in print-making, a medium with which he felt a great affinity. In retirement he expanded his practice to include painting. His greatest enthusiasm in life was reserved for the environment, especially the Arctic and Antarctic environment, along with astronomy and music, interests reflected in his work. In May 2016 he booked the Gallery at the Grange for this exhibition, but died after a short illness in June 2016. The exhibition is intended by his family as a tribute to him.

 

5. Eruption painting by Julian Hayward, mixed media painting 78x67cm

1.Concepts of Space1 by Julian Hayward, mixed media painting 76x64cm

4. Detail Black tilescape by Julian Hayward, mixed media

The Grange Museum and Gallery

OPENING TIMES 2017
April - October
Weekdays: 10.30am - 4.00pm (closed Wednesday)
Sunday: 2.00pm-4.00pm

Directions

Rottingdean Windmill Open Days 2017

The Mill will be open from 2.00-4.30pm this summer on:

MAY*: Sat / Sun 6th / 7th; 13th/14th**; 20th/21st; 27th/28th
JUNE: Sun 18th
JULY: Sun 2nd and 16th
AUG: Sun 6th and 20th
SEPT: Sun 17th

** Baron Gilvan exhibition
*National Mills Weekend