This month Phoenix Art Space celebrates all things romantic in honor of our Love Poems event on Friday 14 February. Visit the second part of our H_A_R_D_P_A_I_N_T_I_N_G exhibition in the Main Gallery, as well as Antonia Thompson's exhibition of acrylics in the Window Gallery.
Part 2 of our two-part painting exhibition.
Visit Part 2 of H_A_R_D_P_A_I_N_T_I_N_Gx2 in the Main Galleryfrom 8 February-1 March.This second part features an entirely new cohort of painters, Rana Begum, Ian Boutell, Philip Cole, Biggs & Collings, Deb Covell, Stig Evans, Jane Harris, Mali Morris, Jost Münster, Patrick O’Donnell, Carol Robertson and Daniel Sturgis.
Visit Scene. Heat. Waves. in the Window Gallery throughout February, an exhibition of acrylics on canvas by Antonia Thompson, with a sculptural quality that might reflect the movement and energy of a bracing beach walk or wild winter mountain trek. Antonia is also our Artist of the Month, find out more about her here.
Have you heard about our Valentines poetry event?
On February 14 we are joined by six of Brighton's leading poets at Phoenix Art Space for an evening of Love Poems. We spoke to writer and poet Henry Normal about poetry, romance, and what he's got planed for the evening...
"It should be surprising, entertaining, informative, funny and who knows, perhaps a little seductive." Read our Q&A with Henry
What else are Phoenix Studio Artists up to?
Louise Bristow, ASC Gallery
Studio artist Louise Bristow is currently exhibiting at ASC Gallery, London as part of the Contemporary British Painting Prize, on view until 6 March. Find out more.
Emma Critchley took part in a BBC Radio 4's Art of Now to explore how artists are finding original and compelling ways to make us understand and feel the crisis of filth. Listen here.
Painter Mike Edwards was featured in February's issue of JaamZIN Magazine, which you can read here.
For the last Wednesday of the month we're quizzing on all things painting. With inspiration and contributions from the curators of theH_A_R_D_P_A_I_N_T_I_N_Gexhibition. Tickets £2
Join us for Family Fun on 7 March. Inspired by the upcoming Work in Progress exhibition, we will push our creativity and explore new approaches to making art. Free and open to all.
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Join us for Open Studios in May
Preview Fri 22 May 18:00-21:00
Open Sat 23 May 11:00-17:00 & Sun 24 May 11:00-17:00