Exhibition

Where the Wild Things Are | Paintings & Sculpture

8 Jul 2017 – 22 Jul 2017

Event times

Preview event: 8th July 2-5pm
Family Workshops: Big Heads Family Portraits - 15th July 11am-1pm
Ceramic Animals Workshop - 22nd July 11am-1pm
Exhibition runs 11am-3pm Weds-Saturday until 22nd July (and by appointment).

Cost of entry

admission to preview & exhibition is free of charge.
See further event programme here for workshops and activities:http://ryecreativecentre.co.uk/upcoming-exhibitions/

Rye Creative Centre

Rye, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • From Hastings: Aprox 50 minutes. Depart Hastings Station, Bay F, Bus Number 100 (Hastings-Camber-Lydd) Arrive Rye, Freda Gardham School stop. (Right outside The School). Service Run by Stagecoach. From Tenterden: Aprox 45 minutes. Depart Tenterden (opp The Vine) Bus 312 (Tenterden – Rye), Arrive Rye Railway Station (stop D). Service run by Coastal Coaches.
  • Rye Rail Station is 10 minutes walk. Ashford: 25 minute journey time. Hastings: Aprox 20 minutes. London approx 2hours and 30 minutes with changes

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Join us for a first view of our upcoming exhibition.
This exhibition features work by three artists in response to the realities of those untamed creatures - children & animals. Stephanie Rubin, Stephanie Fawbert and Nikki Tompsett contribute sculpture and paintings.

About

All around us are cartoony, unthreatening representations of animals and sweetly patronising images of children. This exhibition presents the work of three artists as they grapple with the real-life creatures. It brings together sculpture and paintings which represent children, animals and the honest connection that can exist between them. Avoiding the cute and cuddly, all three artists present us instead with untamed reality. Their work examines our desire to exert control over nature (and our own wild offspring) as we socialise and tame them but it also celebrates children’s freedom of expression and their joy in simply being alive.

Opening view 2-5pm Saturday 8 July.
Refreshments provided, free admission & parking.
Exhibition continues 11am-3pm Weds-Saturday until 22nd July (and by appointment).

Curators

Paula MacArthur

Paula MacArthur

Exhibiting artists

Stephanie Rubin

Stephanie Fawbert

Nikki Tompsett

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