We are very please to announce our revised Gallery program for the rest of 2020.

PLEASE NOTE: Our revised opening times for all these exhibitions is:

 

Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 13:00 - 16:00.

 

September 15th - 27th (inclusive)

Whiteway Arts Centre

Work from art students during lockdown

September 29th - October 11th 

What Artists Do All Day In The Year Of Covid 19

Amanda Rosenstein Davidson - 'I'm on the bus!' / Those I have Lost.

Angela Jane Swinn - illustrated poems.

Christine Day - Fine Art Pastels/rug design.

Christine Harfleet - Glass installations.

Mick Bensley - On the Sea.

Philip Alexander Sugg - 'In the time of Plague', puppet theatres.

Theresa Stundt - Theresa is a weaver who has turned the work created during lockdown into bags.

Ursula Vargas - 'We Are Here', Fine Art drawings and paintings.

 

October 13th - 25th

Sara Hill

Back at The Grange after her exhibition in March closed early due to Covid 19. Returning with a mixture of work from the interrupted show, plus brand new paintings created during lockdown. With over 100 exhibitions countrywide and in Berlin, Work has featured on BBC 1 and 2, ITV and The Disney Channel. Always colourful, energetic and thought- provoking.

 

October 27th - November 8th

Rottingdean Arts Club

The members of Rottingdean Art Club have maintained their creativity throughout the strange and unsettling months of Coronavirus Covid 19 lockdown. 

Now we would like to celebrate emerging from hibernation with an uplifting exhibition full of positivity and imagination which we hope will spread joy and lift spirits.

November 10th - December 13th 

Pottersbarbrighton - Christmas Arts

As part of the 'New Normal', the 'Pottersbarbrighton' team of twelve artists, normally based in Kemptown, is delighted to have been invited to  work in collaboration with The Grange Gallery in Rottingdean, to put on an exhibition of Christmas Arts during the Artists Open House season in November and December.

   

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