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

Tue 17 December - Thu 2 January
Leigh Griffiths
Leigh Griffiths is a local artist. His works cover a range of varying styles, from simple landscapes to abstract-expressionism and surrealism. Colourful and brash with a touch of the grotesque and strange.

Tue 7 - Thu 23 January
John Burgess Pilgrim Arts
John returns to The Hawth after a successful solo exhibition in 2018. He is a Sussex-based artist working in oils and a member of The Society Of Eastbourne Artists. John gains his inspiration from the Sussex Weald and coastline as well as his worldwide travels.

Tue 28 January - Thu 13 February
Hawth Life Drawing Classes
An exhibition of work from sessions held in The Loft run by artist Rachel Cowell aka Ginger Moo Ltd. 
People of all abilities are encouraged to experiment and grow new skills in a light and fun environment. The work on display is a cross-section of participants work which are as diverse as you would see in any gallery setting. If you would like to give life drawing a go, please make contact with The Hawth Box Office or contact Rachel directly 

Tue 10 - Thu 26 March 
Anca Popescu
An exhibition of oil paintings including landscapes, cityscape, figures, seascape, abstract, something to match every taste. Anca has always been fascinated with shape and colour that creates beauty, energy, and evokes emotion and feelings. 

Thu 2 - Thu 23 April
St Wilfrid’s School
An exhibition shining a spotlight on the work of the school’s A-Level art and photography students.

Tue 28 April - Thu 14 May
Explore Napal
Artists from Nepal and the UK showcase watercolor and acrylic paintings highlighting Nepali culture and landscapes.

Tue 19 May - Thu 4 June
Patryk Fingas
Patryk’s art practice focuses on our relationship with nature as well as on the beauty and goods nature offers as well as questioning the way we manage what we are being given. The artworks are created using natural materials such as salt, coal, soil, beeswax, and honey as well as man-made materials.




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Hawth Avenue, Crawley
RH10 6YZ