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Creative Redemption

22 January – 10 February

This is a moving exhibition by artists all of whom, in their own way, have benefitted from the restorative powers of their personal creative process. In the honesty of revealing the wounded condition, powerfully sensitive works of art have been born; beautiful in their own right, but also serving to offer empathy, encouragement and hope.

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Nicola Ferrie and Laura Scrivener

How would you define special?

12 – 17 February

It’s a word that has contradictory qualities which Nicola Ferrie and Laura Scrivener question this duality.  For this exhibition they present a collection of contemporary Fine Art. After they both noticed overlapping similarities and themes in their work whilst studying for their BA, Ferrie and Scrivener formed a special relationship, this developed further when they both completed a MFA in Fine Art at West Dean College. This exhibition embraces both artists’ work, presented and displayed together for the first time in a collaborative art show.

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ARTWORKS

26 February – 10 March

A celebration of work created by tutors, students, visitors and friends of the Artworks Studio in Aldsworth. The exhibition features a wide range of creative artwork including painting, drawing, printmaking, textile art, sculptures, jewellery and glassware.

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Bridgette Horn

Pebble Box Art

26 February – 10 March

Bridgette Horn returns this year with her unique pebble art. Her work is inspired by the flotsam and jetsam treasures washed in by the tide. Every design is unique and influenced by the colours and shapes that she finds.