Whitstable's Caxton Contemporary gallery

PUBLISHED: 11:05 22 September 2009 | UPDATED: 16:16 20 February 2013

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A thought-provoking exhibition goes on display at Whitstable's Caxton Contemporary gallery this month, as three popular artists deal with the notions of memory, loss, experience and transience...

A thought-provoking exhibition goes on display at Whitstable's Caxton Contemporary gallery this month, as three popular artists deal with the notions of memory, loss, experience and transience.
Nicky Hodges will be exhibiting her well-known half-remembered landscapes, people isolated on streets and objects recalled from her childhood. Jenny Wiggins' maps are sealed on aluminum, wood or paper and thin layers of acrylic are applied to form stratas of experience and memory.
Finally, Samantha Sand-Holmes's beautiful but unexplained craft works will be on display.
The exhibition runs from 23 Oct to 29 Nov.
For more information 01227 272 444

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