Hannah Kynoch: Self Perceptions and Intimate Points of View
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Hannah paints, embroiders and designs her artwork in her St Leonards beach hut - the inspiration for much of her work.

Hannah has created a collection of artwork that endeavours to capture everyday snippets of personal points of view and intimate perspectives.

Using oil paintings and embroidery Hannah portrays her understanding of the female form; her view of obscure angles and wobbly bits.

Using unusual colours and snippets the figurative paintings take up landscape qualities, the work becomes personal to the viewer.

Hastings Pride + Hastings Artists
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A collective exhibition - Hastings Pride + Hastings Artists celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and 50 years since the first Pride march in New York city in 1970.

An exhibition of work by local to Hastings artists that celebrates the diversity in our community and the love for the LGBTQ community and its friends and supporters.

15% of the sale price goes towards Hastings Pride celebrations for next year's Hastings PRIDE day.

Adam Dando: alligator pear
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A collection of new works by Adam Dando

Charlotte Faraday: Hastings Moments
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Photography by Charlotte Faraday

Andrew Hemsley: Crown Botanica
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An exhibition of monochrome images captured in the Crown over a five year period.

In the Snug bar throughout February.

John Coello: Shore - A Local View
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Paintings 2017-2019 by John Coello

Pia-Jaie Carpenter: home to you
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An exhibition of new works by Pia-Jaie Carpenter

Molly Anne Barrett & Megan Donfrancesco Reddy
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Rosa Doyle: Market Garden
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Rosa Doyle's latest exhibition, "Market Garden", is inspired by an unlikely source: her local veg box scheme.

Rosa celebrates the wonder and variety of her weekly veg box in these lush and vivid watercolour paintings.

Benjamin Phillips: Roadtrip
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Artworks by Benjamin Phillips