New embroidery by Rachael Dickens is created using materials found entirely on the beach. Sea-washed tattered textiles, corroded and oxidised metals and ragged crumbling plastics. This work sits alongside Viv Yankah’s ceramic vessels, inspired by the ancient salt and rust encrusted surfaces of large brightly painted navigation buoys. Both artists explore the aesthetic of the impermanent, the way a material begins to take on the qualities of it’s environment and the changes that surfaces exhibit over time.
After the demolition and the rebuild I can hold still and relax .
An installation of work by four artists.
Paperface, a stop motion film celebrating and exploring female beauty and ageing.
Drawings of walks and time. Stop motion films
Chasing shadows, a film from a beach hut residency. The demolition, time lapse film of the house coming down.
Using the brand new space that will be my new home we take this opportunity to show films drawings paintings and still photography in a light and beautiful space….and in the larder the bathroom the hall and under the stairs!!
“Shame you have to live here it makes such a good gallery” John Gallen