Over 450 visitors enjoyed a wide range of artworks by members of the Society at the Town Hall recently. The Mayor of Eastbourne, Cllr Gill Mattock (third left in the photograph) opened the exhibition which raised money for the Mayor's Charities, Wayfinder Woman and Memory Lane. Keith Ridley, Consultative Editor at the Eastbourne Herald and Gazette (second left) presented the Eastbourne herald Trophy and certificates to the winners. Seen here with Gill Mattock and Keith Ridley are, left to right, Roselyne Ferdinand, Christine Munro, Les Needham, Andrew Forrest and SEA President Beresford Pont

For more details on demonstrators and events see the calendar or SEA Facebook page.



January        18th Celebration of Members work

February      15th  Maggie Cross - Chinese Brush Work

March           15th AGM

April             19th  Peter Van Breda - Landscape

May              17th  Will Dyke - Lino Printing

June             21st  Adebaje Alede - Oil portrait

July              19th  Terry Hobbs - Oil landscape

September    20th  Paul Clark - Watercolour

October        18th  Kate Osbourne - Gouache

November     15th  Stepehn Cheeseman - Line and wash


January         17th Celebration off members work

February        21st  Ronnie Ireland  TBA

March            20th  AGM


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The Society is a lively and thriving non – profit making organisation with close to 200 members. Its aim is to promote art through demonstrations, workshops and exhibitions. Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in art.

The SEA donates monies raised through exhibitions to local charities.

Also presented at the recent monthly demonstration was the People's Choice Award at the exhibition won by Ian Parratt for Twilight Stroll,Birling Gap. Award is presented by Jean Mockford of Mockford's Blinds.

Pictured is Robert Stevens receiving his certificate for second place