‘Creating Space’ – Welsh art exhibition by WiRE’s Sarah Jane Brown

Posted: 22nd May 2017

‘Creating Space’ – Welsh art exhibition by WiRE’s Sarah Jane Brown

Pembrokeshire artist Sarah Jane Brown to present solo exhibition ‘Creating Space’ in the Joanna Field Gallery.

Contemporary Welsh landscape painter Sarah Jane Brown will be presenting a new exhibition in the Joanna Field Gallery, Torch Theatre, Milford Haven in June. Titled ‘Creating Space’, this solo exhibition of atmospheric paintings reflects the powerful way in which the sea and coastal environment universally aid self awareness, expansive thought and emotional space.

Exploring from a perspective of mindfulness, this new body of work considers the state of being present and of fully connecting with the immediate surrounding environment. Simultaneously the artist is also examining internal beliefs and boundaries on a journey of self awareness. The subtle developing of this sense of seeing both inward and outward is illustrated through a sensitive and perceptive collection of paintings.

‘Creating Space’ exhibition opens at the Joanna Field Gallery on 2nd June with a special Open Evening, where there will be the opportunity to meet Sarah Jane and discuss her work. This solo exhibition will then run until 29th June. Situated in the Torch Theatre, Pembrokeshire’s only professional theatre venue and arts complex, the Joanna Field Gallery provides a calm, clean modern space in which to view and contemplate Sarah Jane’s art.

Sarah Jane has exhibited widely across the UK including several solo shows in Cardiff and prestigious exhibitions in London, such as the ‘Cork Street Open’ in Mayfair and with the ‘Royal Society of Marine Artists’ at the Mall Galleries. Her work is now collected internationally. For further information on Sarah Jane Brown and her paintings, please visit www.sjbart.com

Exhibition: ‘Creating Space’. Dates: 2nd-29th June. Venue: Joanna Field Gallery, Torch Theatre, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire SA73 2BU. Tel: 01646 695267


The gallery is open from 10.00am – 8.00pm, Monday – Saturday

It is free to view the work in the gallery.