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Record first night art sales

The Rye Society of Artists celebrated a bumper first night of their summer show. We review the exhibition

Open studios – admire and learn

Three local artists' studios are open to the public until June 19. Heidi Foster went to see what was on offer

Last chance for local artists

Roll up, roll up for the last weekend of the RSA show at the Rye Art Gallery on the High Street. An eclectic mix of abstract and realistic, paintings, ceramics, prints and photographs, visitors will be given food for thought and manna for the soul

Showcase of Rye Arts Society

Rye Arts Society showcases the multi-talented artists of town and around in its spring show

New Road Artists open studios

The Rye Arts Festival has included a number of exhibitions - one of which was across "the bridge" and along New Road, and not to be missed as artists talked about their work

Andrew now has time to paint

Whilst juggling employment (as an architect and gallery owner) and voluntary roles (with the Conservation Society and the Art Gallery in Rye), Andrew Blyth's ambition has always been to devote more time to his real love - painting - and is now largely focussing on developing new creative ideas. Dee Alsey in her "Ryers Unwrapped" series finds out more. Three of Andrew's works (watercolours of Dungeness scenes) can be seen in the Rye Society of Arts Summer Exhibition 10:30am-5:30pm daily until August 31 in the Dance Hall behind the Conduit Hill Community Centre

Local artists shine in superb show

Rye Art Gallery's latest exhibition "A Celebration of Light" opens on Saturday September 6 with works by Andrew Blyth and Andy Wood PRI RBA who now live in the Rye. For admirers of watercolours the exhibition promises to be one to savour with beautiful images of land, town and sea. And both artists will be working in the gallery at various times during the exhibition.

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