Visual Arts

Visual Arts

Free admission.

Exhibitions in The Hawth foyer can be viewed Mon-Sat 9am-late (6pm if no show).

For more details on how to exhibit your work, contact us on 01293 859949 or hawthhire@parkwoodtheatres.co.uk


Tue 20 November - Thu 13 December
Kenneth McIntosh: Light Seeded Art
Following successful summer exhibitions including Brighton and Henfield Festivals, Kenneth brings his exhibition to his adopted town and hopes will it will connect for at least a brief moment with some emotions in the viewer.

Tue 18 December - Fri 11 January
John Burgess: Pilgrim Art
John returns to The Hawth after a successful exhibition in 2016. John is a Sussex based artist, working in oils and gains most of his inspiration from the Sussex Weald and coastline as well as his worldwide travels.
pilgrimart.co.uk

Tue 15 - Thu 31 January
Patryk Fingas
Patryk is a Polish artist currently in his second year studying Fine Art. He loves creating art and paintings full of colour and intriguing shapes inspired by nature, its shapes and colours.

Tue 5- Thu 21 February
Kulsum Butt
Originally from London, Kulsum’s works in a variety of mediums and her works celebrate the human spirit and its ability to overcome adversity.

Tue 26 February - Thu 14 March
Florentina Anca Popescu: A Way To My Heart
Featuring oil paintings of landscapes, cityscape, figures, seascape, with something to match every taste. The many colours bring life, literal feelings and vibrancy to Popescu’s artwork.

Tue 19 March - Thu 4 April
East Grinstead Camera Club
Showcasing a diverse selection of photography from members who meet weekly from September to May. The club launches the exhibition with a free Access to Photography workshop session on 23 March 4–7pm in The Loft. So if you want to learn a little more about photography come along.

Tue 8 - Thu 25 October
St Wilfrid’s Catholic School
The School presents ‘Illuminate’, an exhibition shining a spotlight on the work its A-Level art and photography students.

Tue 30 April-Thu 16 May
Caroline Haslett Memorial Project
An exhibition celebrating the ground-breaking contributions of the Worth-born woman to electrical engineering, and the championing of women’s rights.

 
 

 

 

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