Horsham Museum Exhibition by Steve Gubbins

When you visit some of the bigger cities in the world like New York or Paris there are galleries galore with artists exhibiting a variety of wonderful, sometimes quirky art in many different forms.  If  you have the desire for art but don’t have the time to make a long trip, you need to come to the Horsham Museum in December and January for Steve Gubbins’ Exhibition of Ceramic Art and Abstract Photography. This exclusive exhibition of Steve Gubbins work will be opening on Friday 7thDecember 2012 and will be on show right through until the end of January.  As an added bonus, pieces from each of the collections will be available to purchase.  If you are always looking for the perfect gift for the person who has ‘everything’  this could be the answer to all your Christmas shopping problems.  There will be a wide array of Ceramic Art  or you may decide to select  them an example of some Abstract Photography, either one is a unique present that they will always appreciate.

Steve Gubbins is a well known local portrait photographer who has lived and worked in Sussex for most of his life.  He has taken has passion for photography and used this to create incredible pieces of Abstract Photography that challenge your imagination. Abstract Photography is an art-form where a photographer will take an everyday item and then use their imagination and photographic expertise to bend and stretch the image until into new colours and shapes, adding a dimension you may never have imagined.  Mind boggling?  Find out by visiting the exhibition and make up your own mind! Admission to the Horsham Museum is free and the exhibition will be open during normal opening hours from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday.  If you haven’t already been, you can also visit the main museum and see some of Horsham’s history. The museum is located at 9 The Causeway, Horsham RH12 1HE. Contact the Studio for more information.

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