Supported by Arts Council England

Supported by Rother District Council

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Exhibitions & Events

Will Taylor - 'Animals with Attitude'

14 October – 05 November

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With sculptures by CELIA ALLEN

A show of dramatic new works from Rye based artist Will Taylor. Large scale charcoal drawings of animals in photographic precision, capturing the individual characteristics of some intriguing ´┐╝wildlife. Come and find your favourite.

3D works by the renowned ceramicist Celia Allen provides a dynamic collocation of works.

The Preview, with the artists present, will be on Saturday 14th October from 11.00am - 1.00pm. Come for a glass of wine and to browse and buy. The exhibition will be spectacular!

Will Taylor

Will's Show...and Meet the Artist

14 October - 5 November

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Here is the Poster.

As well as being present at the Preview, Will is also available in the Gallery between 3.00 and 5.00pm on Saturday 14th October, so that you can meet him and ask questions on technique, inspiration and why ANIMALS WITH ATTITUDE!

Will Taylor Animals With Attitude Oct17

Celia Allen - Ceramics

14 October - 5 November

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Celia's ceramic 'Animals with Attitude' have a mysterious life of their own - but they could well be a part of your Collection. It is just a question of choosing your favourites.

Maybe these...

Celia Allen Friends Two Goats

More from Celia...

14 October - 5 November

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...or these...or others...

Crows By Celia Allen

Art Competition for local Primary Schools.

4th - 13th November

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Participating Schools: Beckley, St Michaels, Playden, Peasmarsh, Rye Community. Rye College.

Prize awarded to individual schools.

Theme: 'Fish' works on paper any media.

Judges: Artist Louis Turpin, Dani Humberstone, Jane Fenn Gallery Director.

Awards presented by Mayor Of Rye, Jonathan Breeds 4th November 2.00pm.

Fish Stormont

John Ryan Retrospective.

20th November - 14th January

Gallery 6 Permanent Collection

John Ryan (1921 – 2009), national cartoonist, pioneering animator
of Children’s TV films, writer and story-teller was a much loved resident of Rye. His most famous characters are Captain Pugwash of the good ship The Black Pig, Harris Tweed special agent, Lettuce Leaf and Sir Prancelot. A variety of work from his long career is being shown and some of his children’s books will be available to buy.