Colour and texture in summer show

Don't miss the Summer Open exhibition at Murmurations Gallery in Bexhill which is showcasing a colourful mix of seasonal local art until August 25.

Monday, 15th August 2016, 4:02 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th June 2018, 11:31 pm
Murmurations gallery in Bexhill SUS-160815-144335001

Murmurations gallery has been showing off a large range of artwork which blends the varied elements of the British summer.

Ranging from playful seaside scenes by St Leonards based artist, Emma O’Brien and Bexhill based Roy Bugden to the moody landscapes of Hastings based Samantha Guertin and Kate Gritton’s marshlands.

Murmurations Gallery director Joe Nguyen commented: “The exhibition is a finely curated show with colourful and textured layers exploring many different mediums and practices. Often, it is hard to tie so many disparate pieces together, but the exhibition manage to bring a natural ebb and flow that guide the visitor’s eye throughout the gallery. The exhibition is well worth a visit on sunny or rainy days.”

For more details go to Murmurations is open 10.30am-4.30pm on Tuesday-Sunday. All artworks are available for sale during and after the show.