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28 October - 27 November

We are delighted to announce our next show ‘Alice’. Lewis Carrol’s stay in Sussex Square in Brighton and its secret tunnel is said to have inspired him to write the opening scene with the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland. We are holding a month long ‘Alice’ exhibition, centred around Alice in Wonderland.

With paintings by prominent artist Lee Eelus, known for his large Alice mural in the lanes, to miniatures by local artist Tinny, the exhibition also showcases paintings, metalwork, collage, print-making and unique miniature artworks on playing cards by collectable UK contemporary artists.

David Bray, Adam Bridgland, Gemma Compton, Amber Eddy, Lee Eelus, Pam Glew, Paul Monster, Julia Nala, Liz Pounsett Dan Rawlings, Rugman, Shuby, Tinny

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You can now purchase original art with us via Own Art. Own Art is a national initiative, supported by Arts Council England, to make it easy and affordable for anyone and everyone to buy contemporary art by providing interest-free loans. Choose the artwork you love, apply for a loan from as little as £100 up to 2,500 and pay it back over 10 completely interest-free.
Own Art is valid on Original Artwork and Original Prints.

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Also in the gallery this month

In the gallery find a wide selection of artwork by all our artists, including photographs by Richard Heeps (AILA blue tape pictured), screenprints by Dave Buonaguidi, screenprints by Rosie Emerson and a variety of originals and editions by all our gallery artists.

Ruth Mulvie presents new limited edition prints in her colourful distinctive style. Using vintage iconography and saturated hues alongside fauna, fauna, her contemporary pop style brings colour and joy to any wall. We have a good selection of prints by Mulvie to see in the gallery.

Emily Kirby has new original paintings in the gallery in her distinctive palette of harmonious colours, portraits of people and wildlife.

Popular Scottish painter Fiona Wilson has painted new Swimming Cap Ladies and a series of women to reflect the colours of the rainbow.

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