Richard Adams - Paintings & Drawings - Gallery Artists
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A weekend in Rye and Camber Sands - Lost in the Midlands
Tucked away at the bottom of the British Isles lies the Medieval town of Rye. It’s modest in size but there’s heaps of charm packed inside its walls, from wobbly roofs to blooming tea rooms and bespoke shops to a 600-year-old pub. It’s well prepared for the tourist in pursuit of aesthetic pleasures, and who wouldn’t fall for that! Our ... Read More
Rye International Jazz Festival 2015 | Beside The Sea Holidays
Small Town – Big Event . . . The RYE INTERNATIONAL JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL 2015 Few, if any, small towns the size of Rye can boast of a four day and five night event that brings together internationally known “A” list stars alongside, perhaps, lesser known but nonetheless serious and quality practitioners in Rye International Jazz Festival 2015Read More
Let’s go to … Rye, East Sussex
Next month’s scallop festival is just one reason to visit the pretty seaside town. Exploring the old town’s streets and a trip to the sandy beaches nearby make for an idyllic weekend break, too
Bonfire Procession and Fireworks Night in Hastings, 1066 Country!
Every October, thousands of people come from all over Europe to experience the most spectacular seafront bonfire procession and fireworks display in the whol...
SLIP DOWN MERMAID STREET 2 - Rye, East Sussex - Limited edition giclee print by Colin Bailey
Limited edition giclee print of acrylic painting by Colin Bailey. Another slippery trip down the frozen cobbles of Mermaid Street in Rye, East Sussex. The steep, snow laden roofs threatening to give unwary visitors an early morning icy surprise!
OLD VICARAGE SNOW - Rye, East Sussex - Limited edition giclee print by Colin Bailey
Limited edition giclee print of acrylic painting by Colin Bailey. Early morning snow in St Mary's churchyard in front of the old vicarage, Rye, East Sussex