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15 December 2023 – 20 December 2023
We’re delighted to be hosting a members exhibition celebrating the wonderful people who support ONCA year round.
HEAL includes a wide array of works that inspire or are inspired by thoughts and actions of social, environmental and physical healing, reparation and restoration. The selected artists will display everything from fine art, paintings and ceramics to sculpture and photography. This is true celebration of ONCA’s community of practitioners.
About the artists
Agata Read is a visual artist and researcher working with photography based in St. Leonards-on-Sea. Her practice and research incorporate the relationship between photography, feminism, and thread as well as process of intervening in the material structure of a photograph.
Nalo Solo is a visual artist, illustrator, graphic designer and poet whose work focuses on socially conscious realism. Her work questions how to rebuild the self and surrounding community with authenticity and ethical practice whilst still stuck in regressive systems and negotiating the long term after effects of trauma on physical and mental health
Holly Campbell is a Brighton born and raised artist who now lives in London. Her work predominantly uses the technique of linoprinting, which explores themes of the everyday, nature and the unusual.
Lucia Sellars is a British/Bolivian artist who works with fine art, text and moving image. Her poetry collection ‘The State of Moving’ was published by Beir Bua Press in 2022.
Charlotte Fuller‘s (nee Webster) work encompasses drawing, painting, ceramics and textiles; exploring the magic and mystery of the cosmos, interconnectedness and balance.
Carla Wright is an artist living and working in East Sussex. She makes ceramic sculpture, furniture & wall-based works that explore community architecture & places of gathering in predominantly working class neighbourhoods, centred around public spaces – communal buildings and playgrounds.
Ruby Campion is an artist in their third year of UOB Fine Art BA. Their work is often sculptural, but also explores video-based performance, found object collections, and drawing.
Deru Anding is based in west London where he practices his creative works as an artist and designer. His works reflect the natural world he once inhabited back in Borneo. His monochromatic drawings are intricately detailed in black ink pen and sharpie marker pen.
Pauline Rutter is an archival artist, community and organisational poet. Her background in fine art, education, sustainability and activism show up in her cultural work and academic and creative writing published widely online.
Monday 18 December, 1:30 – 5:30pm.
Tuesday 19 December, 1:30 – 5:30pm.
Wednesday 20 December, 1:30 – 5:30pm.
This event is suitable for all ages. Our gallery is wheelchair accessible however the toilet is up five stairs. There are accessible toilets close by, please read more about visiting the gallery here. If you need support accessing this please call 01273 607101 email .
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