Galleries

Our galleries offer a diverse and dynamic exhibition programme throughout the year. They serve as a platform to showcase work from a wide range of artists as well as art, heritage and community projects curated by The Horsebridge.

The galleries are free to visit and are open to public every day apart from the first and last day of the exhibition dates which are dedicated installation and de-installation days.

‘THEY CAME FROM THE DEEP’

Horsebridge Arts Taking inspiration from local stories, strange sightings and seafaring legends, ‘They came from the deep’ is a community project that will bring to life a new mythical folk tale inspired by our remarkable seaside town.

Faces

Otto Hopf In 'Faces' Hopf explores through multi-media painting and sculpture the richness and contradictions of human nature and relationships: intimate, political and Global.

The Paradoxical Stitch

Hilary Ellis The works in the exhibition reflect a preoccupation with process and its ritualistic repetitive nature. Using a limited vocabulary of mark making and subdued palette, the works bear witness to the passage of time.

DUNGENESS DESERT

Tim Cousins invites ... Invited by Tim Cousins, these artists spent time over the past 2½ years in Dungeness. Their responses to this extraordinary place are the subject of this diverse exhibition

Portrait of Homelessness

Robert Greshoff Portrait of Homelessness, an exhibition by photographer Robert Greshoff, offers a thought-provoking perspective on Kent’s homelessness crisis through the words and images of local charity Porchlight’s residents.

Pushing the Boundaries of Landscape

Earthbound Women & Friends A collaborative exhibition by Earthbound Women and invited artists to explore the concept of pushing the boundaries of Landscape Art

Anniversaries

Locus Arts Locus Arts members take inspiration from artistic anniversaries that fall in 2019, working in paint, ceramics, glass, and mixed media.

The Smell of the Sea!

Ann Palmer Ann’s oil paintings depict the land, sea and sky at various times of day and year, state of the tide and weathers. Her style is impressionistic, tending towards some abstraction.

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Whitstable Seaside Guide 
Whitstable Seaside Guide

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