Otherworldly scenes on show

lsjs Sussex Express ENTS, May 3, 2013
lsjs Sussex Express ENTS, May 3, 2013
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Well-known artists and newcomers are showing their work in the industrial setting of the old Phoenix Ironworks as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival 2013.

The exhibition takes place at Foundry Gallery, North St Lewes, from May 11 to 25, 12pm to 5pm (not Mondays or Tuesdays).

Wenda Bradley and Christine Hall of Artemis Arts present The Fringe at the Foundry as part of the Brighton Festival Fringe.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Virgin Records, Roger Dean will be launching a limited edition print of a new version of the Virgin Records Logo and will also be exhibiting some of his amazing, otherworldly landscapes.

His daughter Frejya Dean will show drawings paintings and prints based on her sensitive appreciation of Nature.

Peter Messer, Haydn Cottam, Andrew Fitchett and Irene Marot take people to mysterious places. Harold Mockford, after his powerful retrospective at the Towner Gallery, shows more paintings of local people and places.

For more information call Wenda Bradley of Artemis Arts on 01273 486595 or Chris Ient on 01273 700781.

Email ient.christine@gmail.com.