Art Exhibition & Sale
Saturday 23 March & Sunday 24 March 11am - 4pm
Private View - Friday 22 March 6pm - 8pm
Join us at this 19th-century castellated mansion to the west of Wadhurst in East Sussex to view the acclaimed work of Robin Alexander Elliott (1936-2023).
There is ample free parking and 30% of sales will be donated to FSH.
Born in London in 1936, Robin Alexander Elliott trained at Sidcup School of Art between 1951 and 1956, studying under Frank Auerbach and Jack Smith, amongst others. After National Service at Catterick Camp in Yorkshire, he worked as a freelance illustrator, before having his first solo exhibition at the Hammond Lloyd Gallery, London. Nature and the British landscape served as key sources of inspiration for his work, which was also informed by travels in Europe and America, and five years spent living in the hills of Cerro e Alcaria, Portugal. Robin’s work has also been exhibited at The Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London and at many galleries in Kent and Sussex including The Pallant House Gallery, Chichester. Collectors from Europe, the USA and Australia have acquired his work Prices will range from £350 to £3,500.