All the Fair of the Unfair

31 Mar 2023 – 2 Apr 2023

Regular hours

Fri, 31 Mar
18:00 – 21:00
Sat, 01 Apr
12:00 – 17:00
Sun, 02 Apr
12:00 – 18:00

Free admission

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  • West St. Leonards
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All the Fair of the Unfair, brings together 6 Artists with diverse practices exploring the different mediums of painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Installation & Live Performance.


Lucy Brennan

Lucy’s work is centred around the themes of science, spirituality, the Irish landscape that she grew up with, personal narrative, family life, the human body, the deep feminine, and James Joyce’s Ulysses. https://www.brennanshiel.co.uk/

Georgie Wheeler

Georgie works in a range of media including acrylics, watercolour, biro and spray paint, in Georgie's words " brought together in a part chaotic, part realistic lasagne of terrible jolliness." http://www.georgiewheeler.co.uk/about.html

Chrissy Mclaughlan

Chrissy’s Sensibilities as an artist direct her to observe the marginal and the peripheral in the environment. She is intrigued by the tensions, structures and material qualities created by the transient nature of this artificial layering in urban and rural environments: https://www.chrissymclaughlan.com/about

Jude Montague

Jude is an artist. writer and composer with a multi-media practice that crosses disciplines. She is active in new printmaking, installation, poetry, prose fiction, film history, vocal work and performance. https://www.judecowanmontague.com/art

Morokoth Founier des Corats 

Morokoth’s projects are deeply influenced by nature, heritage and memories, often drawing from her Cultural roots and travels. Her ideas manifest into design, decorative art and illustration. https://www.morokoth.com/

Mark Walter

Mark works in series producing pieces reliant on action and spontaneity; using found objects such as wood, corrugated cardboard, pastry cutters but to name a few are applied to canvas and ply wood.  Using techniques such as these gives the work unpredictably, outcomes are often unclear, but experience has enabled me to embrace the uncertainty of this process. Working in this way, being led by chance is often a starting point which reveals the limbs of something new. 

Exhibiting artistsToggle

Georgie Wheeler

Lucy Brennan Shiel

Chrissy Mclaughlan

Morokoth Fournier des Corats

Jude Montague

Mark Walter

Mark Walter


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