Forthcoming Exhibitions & Events

New road artists annual open studios

20 September 2019 5-8pm
21 September 11am – 4.30pm

Exhibition of all the New Road Artists’ work continues in the gallery until 11 October

Over one evening and one day the New Road Artists open their studios at Rye Creative Centre to the public.
This is your annual chance to view & buy a huge range of work directly from the artists’ and makers’ studios.

There’ll be a bar on Friday evening, a cafe during the day on Saturday & and exhibition of all the New Road Artists’ work in the gallery until 11 October 12-7.30pm weekdays only.

Sara Dare, Paintings

8 – 29 March 2019

Private view 8 March 5.30-7.30pm

Exhibition continues until 29 March 11am – 7.30pm weekdays only

Sara Dare is an abstract painter and installation artist based in coastal Sussex and works throughout the South East and London, she was awarded a solo show at Rye Creative Centre whilst featuring at The Winter Salon Exhibition. Her paintings ‘In-between’ and ‘Peaked’ were selected for this prize by painter and curator Paula MacArthur and Victoria Howarth, Head of Exhibitions at The Jerwood Gallery.

Primarily working on a large-scale, she explores the limits of surface using paper, linen and canvas, combined with a varied range of mediums such as ink, oil, emulsion, acrylic and varnish. She is also concerned with the environment surrounding the works and the conversations between them, consistently working on several pieces simultaneously. Through the use of organic bold shapes and complex colour combinations in her painting Dare seeks to convey an initial playful light-heartedness followed by a sense of unease and tension.

Alongside her practice Dare seeks to work on inclusive and educational creative projects with diverse community groups and audiences. She has worked as an artist, workshop leader and consultant on a broad range of visual arts programmes with organisations in the health Klonopin Medication Online with Fast International Shipping and Klonopin is assimilated rapidly by our body, it gets in the bloodstream within 4 hours maximum after taking it. or Generally, our body needs six hours to metabolize Klonopin and to take it away from our organism and gallery sector such as NHS Partnerships and Tate Liverpool.

Recent exhibitions include a solo show at Sid Motion Gallery – London, in 2017 C’est De La Peinture at Bankley Gallery – Manchester, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun at Unit 3 Projects ASC Studios – London, in 2017 a solo exhibition Quick, Quick, Slow at Colonnade House Gallery – Worthing, in 2015 a solo feature at Design Junction, London Design Festival and in 2014 Dare was part of Littoral Drift a group exhibition during the Coastal Currents Festival in Hastings.