Romney Marsh Art Gallery

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We're currently hosting two exhibitions at the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre: 'The Romney Marsh Churches' by John Hosking and Zoe Varian and a new exhibition from The Marsh Art Collective. Come along and see their incredible work.

The Romney Marsh Churches by John Hosking and Zoe Varian

An exhibition of Linocuts by John Hosking of the Romney Marsh Churches. Prints are for sale and there will be a book signing on Saturday 31st March 2-4pm of a new book of the prints, including the prose writing of Zoe Varian.

24th March - 22nd April.

Opening times: Wed - Sun 10am-4pm; and from the 1st April Mon -Sun 10am-5pm



John Hosking, MA

John Hosking has exhibited widely since 1975. Including showing at the Royal Academy Summer Show, The Mall Galleries, The Royal Water colour society Bankside Gallery, Royal Society of Painter-Print Makers, Bankside Gallery and the Beatrice Royal Art Gallery, Eastleigh, Hampshire plus many more one person and group exhibitions. His work is in public and private collections here and abroad, including the Metropole Arts Centre Permanent Collection in Kent, Hampshire County Council, The Department of the Environment Government collection and Imperial College, London.

Zoe Varian

Zoe Varian studied history at Canterbury Christchurch University as a mature student and subsequently lectured in social and economic history. Her research interests are currently focussed on the role of Anglo-Saxon women for the Folkestone People's History Centre's Research Group. This project brings together her interest in visual art, history and the particular language of time and place.


The Marsh Art Collective

New exhibition at the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre Art gallery

7th April – 22nd April

Opening times: Mon -Sun 10am-5pm

'The group of artists that make up ‘The Marsh Art Collective’ have come together through friendship and the common belief that art has provided each of us with an important opportunity for creative well-being.'

'Our former careers spanned the worlds of travel, finance and teaching. We are now experiencing a surge of activity in our chosen art forms. We hope that the work we share with you captures our collective love of nature, colour, shape and pattern that is in our world. The range of interpretation in this shared event highlights the individual interests, skills, approaches and media that each of us have developed.'

We hope you enjoy ‘The Marsh Art Collective’ Gallery Experience

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