Galleries - July 2015

JULY 2015 GALLERIES 19 Julian Trevelyan, Keith Vaughan and John Piper. A straightforward, friendly approach combined with 20 years’ specialist knowledge. Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri 10–5, Sat 10–2 and by appt t 01635 298855 or 07970 057789 f THE MINSTER GALLERY 3a Great Minster Street, Winchester, Hants SO23 9HA A Summer Selection. Throughout July. Work from British and international contemporary artists. t 01962 877601 WEST SUSSEX g PALLANT HOUSE GALLERY 9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1TJ Sickert in Dieppe. Jul 4–Oct 4. Walter Sickert (1860–1942) had a vivid interest in everyday life in Dieppe, where he was a regular visitor for over four decades and a permanent resident from 1898–1905. Tue–Sat 10–5, Thu 10–8, Sun/BHols 11–5, Mon clo t 01243 774557 g TINT-ART 12 Northgate, Chichester, W Sussex PO19 1BA Contemporary British Art Consultancy and Gallery based in Chichester The Cut. Until Jul 15. Traces of Places. Jul 18–Sep 12. Three Contemporary Artists who create abstract depictions of landscapes – Wendy Connelly, Rob Lyon and Giorgia Siriaco. Sculpture by Maureen Brigden referencing the history of Chichester. Thu–Sat 10-5 t 020 3538 3138 t @TintArtGallery EAST SUSSEX h HASTINGS ARTS FORUM 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea, E Sussex TN38 0BU MarkFisher: Across TheBoard. Until Jul 12. Moram. Abstract Paintings. AF1. Jul 14–26. Once Upon A Time In Hastings. AF2. Jul 14–Aug 9. Jo Welsh, Katherine Fox and Sally Meakins. These three local artists have investigated different aspects of Hastings’ rich past and discovered extraordinary stories; the show is the result of these investigations. Claudette Leet: Abstract Paintings. AF1. Jul 28–Aug 9. Tue–Sun 11–5 t 01424 201636 i HASTINGS MUSEUM & ART GALLERY Johns Place, Bohemia Road, Hastings, E Sussex TN34 1ET t 01424 451052 j 35 NORTH CONTEMPORARY FINE ART 35 North Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1YB Pam Taylor ARBS (1927–2014): A Lifein Sculpture. Until Jul 18. An exceptional collection of original works in bronze resin featuring a diverse range of subjects – from Shakespeare to Bob Dylan, Shelia Hancock to Bomber Harris. Thu–Sat 11–5.30 or by appt t 07792 058039 t @35NorthGallery KENT k LILFORD GALLERY 3 Palace Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2DY Mon–Sat 9.30–5, Sun 11–4 t 01227 639086 LILFORD FRAMING 76 Castle Street, Canterbury CT1 2QD Mon–Sat 9.30–5 t 01227 766616 l LINDEN HALL STUDIO 32 St George’s Road, Deal, Kent CT14 6BA Pure Form. Jul 4–19. Patrick Crouch and his independent sculpture group – wood and stonesculptureinspired by thehuman form. Summer Exhibition – glass, paintings and drawings. Jul 20–Aug 16. Wed–Sun 11–4 or by appt t 01304 360411 Esmond Bingham ‘Huts’ North House Gallery has long been one of my favourite small galleries in East Anglia, the combination of setting – looking straight out over the beautiful Stour estuary at Manningtree – and luminous ambience, the converted house/studio space of the early Modernist painter Blair Hughes Stanton, giving it an ambience that is hard to equal. And it also has, in artist/ owner Penny Hughes Stanton, a curator of wit and imagination as her latest mixed summer show, ‘Gone to the Beach’ makes plain – 13 artists, many of them based in the region, being invited to “all aspects of summer by the sea.” Invidious to pick names but I love Esmond Bingham’s edgy model beach huts and stilt houses, and Simon Carter’s seashore abstractions. NU THUMB nails