‘Eight’ at Gallery 40, is a stimulating and eclectic mix of current work drawn together and supported by Creative Futures. It is a diverse collection of contemporary art consisting of paintings, prints , drawings and sculpture created by artists from Brighton and beyond; showing the work of Charlie Devus, Sally Ward, Pat Gregson, tina tighe, LL Jordan, Tangerine, Josephine and Kim Shippham.
The exhibition will be culmination of months of hard work by the artists involved, showcasing the technical skill, creative passion and breadth of vision of the community of artists that Creative Future brings together.
Gallery 40, Gloucester road, Brighton / 7th, 8th, 9th Dec 2015 / 11am-6pm / FREE
About the artists:
Charlie Devus is both a digital painter and a traditional artist in the Outsider, tradition using pen and ink as his main medium of expression; he has recently exhibited in both Brighton and Berlin whilst his work has featured in a number of prestigious publications.
Sally Ward creates mixed media collages using an eclectic range of materials.
LL Jordan is an artist and creative project worker. She will be showing sculptures from her ‘No Man’s Land’ series. She has worked alone and in collaboration with others, in the UK and overseas and trained as an RMN working in the NHS for over 10 years facilitating art workshops with service users in the secure and forensic environment. www.lljordanartist.co.uk
Pat Gregson I am a textile designer and enjoy making digital collages with my own drawings and photographs. www.patgregson.com
tina tighe is a Printmaker using recycled textiles to add colour, texture and vibrancy to her work. Her ethical approach is much inspired by her travels in Africa and their re-use of just about everything! She is also a Community artist running Eco-art projects throughout the South of England, hoping to inspire a future generations of Eco-artists. www.tinatighe.co.uk
Tangerine a.k.a Eva Spaolonzi is a visual artist from Italy which style varies from social-political collages to exploration of self through mixed media paintings. She lives and work in Brighton. Facebook Page
Josephine’s interest lies exclusively in the figure, working primarily in wood, but also showing drawings.