Exhibitions

exhibition bannerRye Creative Centre runs an exciting and eclectic exhibition program featuring a wide variety of contemporary artists and makers.  Through a mix of group and solo shows, our energetic and visionary gallery curator Paula MacArthur has compiled a program that aims to display creative quality from resident, national and international artists.


Next exhibition:

ECHOES

25 March – 1 April

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECHOES opens Saturday 25 March, 2 – 5pm
Come along to view our new exhibition and meet the artists.
Refreshments, free entry, free parking, everyone welcome.

Exhibition continues until 1 April
Open Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 4pm and by appointment

Echoes brings together work by one of Rye Creative Centre’s resident artists; Helen Rawlinson and invited artist, Yvette Glaze.
Helen captures a moment of reverie with echoes of emotion and memory in her paintings.
Yvette uses print and ceramics with layers of decorative texture to capture the echoes of emotional history trapped in objects.
Find out more about the artists here;
Yvette Glaze
Helen Rawlinson

Rye Creative Centre
New Road, Rye, East Sussex TN31 7LS
info@ryecreativecentre.co.uk
ryecreativecentre.co.uk
01797 229797

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Ground Matter, Bea Haines & Beverley Thornley
New exhibition opens Saturday 4 March, 2 – 6pm with artists’ talks at 3pm

GROUND MATTER

Bea Haines & Beverley Thornley

Opens Saturday 4 March 2 – 6pm
With artists’ talks at 3pm
Refreshments provided

Exhibition continues until 18 March
Open Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 4pm and by appointment

Rye Creative Centre Gallery
New Road, Rye, East Sussex TN31 7LS
info@ryecreativecentre.co.uk
01797 229797

An exhibition which brings together work by one of our resident artists, Beverley Thornley, and invited artist Bea Haines. Both explore the use of everyday matter; Bea to gain insights into human desire, fear and mortality, Beverley to convey a sense of land and place.

For ‘Ground Matter’, Beverley is exhibiting a variety of work using pigments from chalkpits in north Kent, beaches on the Atlantic coast of France and journeys in Australia and New Zealand. Bea is exhibiting a series of animal ash prints, created on the electronic muller in Colart’s Innovation and Development Lab, which create a diverse array of marks reminiscent of fingerprints or brain scans.

Find out more about the artists here;
Bea Haines
Beverley Thornley