Arts + Entertainment

The Two Kats and a Cow Spring Exhibition

  • Saturday May 6th 12-5pm
  • Stunning new oil paintings from Katty McMurray, Kathryn Matthews and John Marshall
  • Fabulous new showcase of work from some of the UK’s best independent makers and designers

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The Two Kats and a Cow Gallery, 167 Kings Road Arches, Brighton Beach BN1 1NB

To kick start the Festival season, Brighton’s oldest independent Fine Arts gallery, Two Kats and a Cow (www.twokatsandacow.co.uk) invite you to their annual Spring exhibition this Saturday 6th May from 12 – 5pm.

Come and experience a dynamic new collection of contemporary oil paintings from the much loved trio – Katty McMurray, Kathryn Matthews and John Marshall.

Katty McMurray’s trademark minimal yet highly evocative style coolly captures the subtleties of city culture, via her highly anticipated Copenhagen collection. Kathryn Matthews’ flares of uncompromising colour and exuberant palettes do not disappoint, as she presents a fresh perspective of the stunning scenery throughout Brighton & Hove; and Marshall’s new works exude charisma and a playful insight into the breadth of his technique through the introduction of 8 new cows in a variety of staggering sizes.

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In addition, we are also excited to further our commitment to supporting some of the best independent makers and designers throughout the UK. Featuring fast rising talent such as Kinska, Lucy Kirk, Skratch Ceramics, Silver Spur and Fleur de Carotte and the much celebrated works of Charlotte Miller, Catherine McLeod, Helaina Sharpley, Rowena Brown, Marion Brandis, Cara Tonkin, Peculiar Vintage, Lady Muck, Little Object, Laila Smith, Kit Anderson, Buddug, Louise Vaessen Walker, Phoebe Jewellery and the incredible silk screen printers, Artizan Editions!

A day open to all. Bring your friends and family, meet the artists and enjoy our carefully curated showcase of exciting talent, at the Two Kats and a Cow gallery, situated under the arches and between the piers on Brighton’s beloved beachfront.

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