My Reekie Collection of 34 specimen paintings will be hanging in this wonderful show and gallery.
I have 4 paintings in this show. Rye Art Gallery, 107 High Street, Rye, East Sussex. TN31 7JE 01797 222433 Monday – Saturday: 10.30am – 5.00pm Sundays and Bank Holidays: 11.00am – 4.00pm
Hastings Arts Forum, 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea 2 Apr – 14 Apr 11am -5pm. Closed Monday.
Open evening: 5 Apr, 6.30 – 8.30pm
SoCo (South Coast Artists) have chosen to respond to Hastings Arts Forum’s recent show The Bigger Picture with their own exhibition entitled A Smaller Picture. The exhibition will include paintings, prints, photography and three dimensional work. SoCo is a large group of professional artists, based in East Sussex who exhibit regularly at The Arts Forum and other venues.
Local artists celebrate the end of winter with evocative images of Sussex wildlife and landscapes. I will be exhibiting 3 oil paintings and my enamel jewellery.
Show runs Monday April 1 to Saturday June 1 2019
Saturday April 6th 201911am – 2pm
Refreshments * Free Parking
The Stables Theatre Art Gallery
The Bourne, HastingsTN34 3BD
Six of my ‘Construction on the beach’ paintings are now on sale at the wonderful Henry Paddon Gallery at 113 South St, Eastbourne BN21 4LU.
Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am -5.30pm.
4th May 2019 to 28th July 2109
Visitors will encounter wondrous creatures and stunning landscapes filled with colours and sensations that are heightened and strange. Beautiful to behold and often sci-fi in feel, the exhibition will have darker undercurrents relating to our destruction of nature. The varied artistic work pays homage to visionary sci-fi writers and filmmakers who conjured apocalyptic landscapes and creatures such as; J.G Ballard, John Wyndham and Douglas Trumbull, to name just a few.
There are sculptures by Salvatore Arancio, Halina Dominska and Alfie Strong, paintings by Dan Hays and Katherine Reekie, a sound installation by Jason Singh, a live performance by Patrick Coyle and videos by Helen Sear and Seán Vicary.
The Ferens Gallery
Queen Victoria Square,