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1 Victoria Grove, Second Avenue
Hove, England, BN3 2LJ
United Kingdom

01273 727234

Cameron Contemporary Art is dedicated to showing a changing programme of high quality established and exciting up and coming British artists.

Between Land and Sea

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between land and sea

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A mixed summer show of work inspired by the ever changing moods of the British land, sea and sky. Expect colour, texture, sun and waves and maybe a little wind and rain — just right for the British  summer!

 

EXHIBITION DATES

16th June – 27th August 2018


special PRIVATE VIEW

A charity event in support of the Brighton and Hove Samaritans.

Friday 15th June, 6pm—8pm

In this special Private View we will also be celebrating 50 years of the Brighton, Hove and District branch of The Samaritans.

As part of the evening we will be raffling 3 great prizes.

"Big Patch of Sun", a beautiful framed Artist Proof limited edition print by Kirsty Wither, will be raffled alongside ''April Showers'' , a sensitive solar etching print by Luella Martin and a bottle of Single Malt Whisky.

Raffle tickets are priced at £3 each (or £15 for a strip of 5) and are available now from the gallery and during the evening. All proceeds will go directly to Samaritans.

In addition, 15% of gallery sales on the evening will be donated to the charity.


ARTISTS INCLUDE

Claire Beattie, Pippa Cunningham, Matthew Draper, Dinah Dufton, newcomer to the gallery Linda Felcey, Rowena Gilbert, Victoria Graimes, Luke Hannam, David Harkins, Mark Johnston, Solange Leon Iriarte, Hannah Ludnow, Simon Laurie, Luella Martin, Julie Nelson, Anja Niedring, David Storey, Astrid Trugg, Richard Whadcock and Kirsty Wither.

Further images and details will be aded as they become available.