Opening Hours: 31 August/1 September and 7/8 September 11am-6pm
Benjamin Phillips: Human interaction, the humour and turmoil of everyday life, and the joy of repetition. Fine art and illustration meet in ceramics, drawings and paintings. *live portraits*
Beccy McCray: The craftivist behind Be N-Ice Lolly Lovers returns to no. 6 for the first time since 2016’s Home with a site-specific installation.
Agata Read: Photographic project about the loss and regret of broken relationships, and well-known local scenes.
Bruce Williams: Part traditional, part contemporary, figurative and expressionist, Bruce creates large, bold paintings with an intensity and depth that surprise viewer and artist.
David Reeve: Collage, photographs and works on canvas. The textures, erosion and weathering on Hastings Fishermen’s Beach and at Dungeness continue to inform and inspire.
Atul Vohora: New work examining the relationship between rootedness and belonging and the role memory and mythology play in the process of making.
Molly Anne Barrett: Abstract forms and landscapes challenging our sense of place. Microscopic/macroscopic paintings and mixed media pieces explore the ‘inbetween’.
John Hunt: Paintings reflecting and interpreting the natural landscape. Parking. Tea and brownies supporting St Michael’s Hospice.