Designing for the Everyday: from Bloomsbury and Ravilious to the present day is a new exhibition at the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne.
It opened with a discussion with three of the St Jude’s Artists who are featured in the exhibition – Angie Lewin, Mark Hearld and Ed Kluz.
There are some nice Omega Workshop pieces to see and some wonderful Ascher scarfs – including the Barbara Hepworth artists square ‘Landscape Sculpture’ 1947 (photo above).
It runs until the 31st August – and is free!
Unlike the Matisse Cut – Outs at the Tate Modern which costs a hefty £18.00 to get in – but it is a lovely exhibition and the scale of some of the pieces and the beautiful colour work are quite a revelation…