This time next week we will have finished hanging this show – in the beautiful Regency Town House, 13 Brunswick Square Hove BN3 1EH
Thurs 02 Nov – 11am to 6pm
Private View thurs 2nd Nov 6pm to 8pm
Fri 03 Nov – 11am to 6pm
Sat 04 Nov – 11am to 6pm
Sun 05 Nov – 11am to 4pm
Three Abstract Artists create timeless pieces that explore memory, transcendence and absence as presence. Their individual processes involve layering and excavation and are amplified by the Regency Town House, undergoing gentle restoration.
The title, ‘A House Safe for Tigers’ is adopted from the 1975 soundtrack by Lee Hazlewood and conjures a vivid dissonance between the domestic and the wild, the magical and the mundane.
Here I am standing outside @gallery40 central Brighton, UK, in October 2021. We were about half way through a happy week during the exhibition ‘Elemental’ with the sculptor Jo Delafons.
This shows the easy bit, when you’ve done all the admin, emailing, label printing, hanging, curating , preview planning and you just have to turn up and receive all the lovely visitors and friends and patrons – which makes it all worth while; the connecting is incredible and grateful making.
So I am at the very early stages of planning for this years shows – so far three collaborations two with @artistsopenhouses during Brighton Festival in May , and one later in the year in Storrington, Sussex.
I will be posting as I make progress mainly on my Instagram page @kate_scott_paintings and doing my best to make time for my own practice in the studio while loving the creative process of working with other artists to bring an exhibition together
Let me know if you would like to be invited to the shows when we are ready to send out invites
Nice image of the studio taken by @davidstaceyart for The Curator’s Salon Magazine – project of @thegitagoshi – one work in progress on the left and one finshed painting ‘Re Entry’ in my converted garage studio in Hove Uk
So lovely always to receive photographs of paintings in situ; Night tidal what is inspired by late night lockdown walk to the beach; the moon reflected on the inky water; ￼￼this collector also has ‘Tidal’￼ a slightly larger – piece about the sea in Kefalonia Greece – I am very grateful that she decided to have them both in 2020 – a difficult year for showing work – this kind of support keeps us going￼.