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2 November 2012

drawing of figures against a red background

April Baby: drawing by Louella Forrest

Grace Eyre offer a wide range of visual art sessions for people with learning disabilities in Brighton & Hove. Sessions aim to build on existing talents and offer opportunities to pursue new avenues of artistic exploration. Current sessions include sculpture, mosaics, painting and photography.

Grace Eyre's artists collaborate with a wide variety of outside groups, including Brighton University, Rocket Artists group and Pallant House Gallery.

Grace Eyre are also currently involved in a five-year project with Southern Railway in which our artists are  developing large pieces of public art in a variety of mediums for display on train station platforms between Hove and Worthing.

During the Brighton Festival, Grace Eyre's artists exhibit and sell their works to the public at their own Open House.

The gallery of artworks on these pages offers a selection of work by artists at Grace Eyre. Many of these works are for sale. Please phone 01273 201909 or email activelives@grace-eyre.org for more information.

To find out more about art activities at Grace Eyre Foundation go the organisations website

Comments

Peter Cutts

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8 November 2012

Thank you very much. It is great to see my art work online.

Barrie Sefton

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5 November 2012

They are all great

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