Britten's War Requiem Print Exhibition
17 July - 4 August 2018
In association with the Petworth Festival and as part of the festival’s 1918/2018 anniversary strand, Kevis House Gallery presents an exhibition by artist Ruth Dent who uses ‘colour and gesture to express her emotional response to music, literature and nature’.
Inspired by Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, itself a biting response to the horrors of the First World War, Dent "endeavours to capture the spirit of the music and words, as this monumental piece moves along its journey, always bearing in mind the cost to humanity”.
Image detail:Ruth Dent Dies Irae 11 1/10 £495
6 September - 20 October 2018
Ruth Barrett- Danes, Jill Bray, Polly Dutton, Frances Hatch, Jonathan Newdick, Naomi Rae and John Whittall will be showing a variety of works on paper using the Sussex landscape as their inspiration.
Rae will be showing some large scale works which have not been shown in the gallery before.
Anne Desmet and Friends
Saturday 5 May - Saturday 23 June 2018
An exhibition of wood engravings curated by Anne Desmet RA, featuring Neil Bousfield, Anne Desmet, Edwina Ellis, Peter Lawrence, Peter S Smith and Roy Willingham.
"These are artists who seem forever to be pushing new frontiers, trying out new possibilities and taking great creative risks within the constraints of a highly exacting, centuries-old medium."
8 January - 6 April 2018
An eclectic mix of various artists' work.
Most artists seen on this website will be in this show. If you see a particular work of interest please contact us to make sure it is in the gallery before you visit,