twelve by six

For six weeks the De La Warr Pavilion will showcase the work of twelve local artists at this pop-up project space in Bexhill town centre.

Representing a wide range of professional art practice, the project is a rolling sequence of week-long exhibitions, which will include painting, installation, print-making, sculpture and photography.

All of the participating artists are active members of the Pavilion’s Artist Critique Group which provides a context within which artists who live locally to the Pavilion, and those from outside the region, may present and discuss their work.

More details on the Artist Critique Group can be found here.

Visitors have commented :
Beautiful paintings and photographs.
Very good use of space – loved the Downs paintings – very relaxing photos very interesting subject.
Excellent use of premises and a brilliant possibility for future local art. Hoorah for the Pavilion!
What an excellent idea to start off an art gallery in Bexhill. Good luck.
Very good luck – great thing to have in the centre of Bexhill.
Great idea, look forward to the next 6 weeks.
Wonderful stuff on the “high street”.
Brilliant to have space to show your work. Long may it continue.
Wonderful to see an interesting display of local work. Look for ward to the next few weeks!
What a wonderful idea it will promote Bexhill as an interesting town to visit – lovely paintings today, looking forward to the next few weeks.
Good luck with the gallery I hope it continues, looking forward to the rest of the current run.
Good to see some art ‘on the streets’ – long may it continue.

This project has been made possible through the kind support of Hilary Randall (Silver Nutmeg), Patrick Stappleton (Redwell Estates) and Kim Christmas (RDC).

Posted on Monday, 03 December 2012