Colourful paintings and glass sculptures by some of the South East’s most talented artists are on show in the latest exhibition in the Control Tower at Kings Hill.
Among the exhibits is ‘The sky outside me’, an atmospheric, playful oil painting by Jemma Day, whose work has recently been featured in Tatler and House & Garden.
Also on show are abstract landscapes of the rolling hills of the South Downs by Loraine Hays, Cornish land and seascapes by Andrew Palmer and paintings that explore how artificial intelligence can assist in the creative process by Gabriel di Mauro.
The paintings are alongside contemporary glassworks by Joe Szabo, who mounts pieces of stained glass into steel frames to create eye-catching and unusual works.
We always try to select works that will appeal to a wide range of interests and show a variety of mediums,’ said June Frickleton of Frickleton Fine Art who curates the exhibitions on behalf of Kings Hill developer Liberty Property Trust.
“We have some very talented artists in the south east and these exhibitions are an ideal opportunity for people to view their work in an informal setting.”
The exhibition is open Monday to Friday between 9am and 5.30pm. It closes at the end of January 2019 when a new exhibition will be installed.