PREVIEW: Romany Mark Bruce at BRUSH Gallery: ‘Women and Abstracts’

Graham Robson November 17, 2015

Women and Abstracts featuring a solo show of new paintings by Brighton based fine artist Romany Mark Bruce will be staged at BRUSH gallery during December.


Romany is best known as the commissioned sculptor for the Brighton AIDS memorial, which was unveiled in 2009.

He has had a prolific period producing this new body of work that merges effortlessly between figurative, abstract expressionism and the space in between. His broad sweeping strokes and rich palate are emotionally charged onto the canvas bringing an emotive experience to the viewer.

Romany is a trustee of The Sussex Beacon, a charity offering specialist care and support for men, women and families affected by HIV.

A  limited edition giclee print is being produced especially for this exhibition and all proceeds of any sales from the print will be donated to The Beacon.

There will also be a chance to win a print via a raffle; tickets will be available at BRUSH for the duration of the exhibition and all proceeds will be donated to the charity.

Romany Mark Bruce
Romany Mark Bruce

Romany says: “I am really excited to be having my first solo exhibition in 3 years at Brush Gallery. The exhibition will feature all new work, some of which is inspired by my trip to Ecuador in 2014”.

Women and Abstracts opens with a Private View on Saturday November 28.

If you would like an invite contact Hizze Fletcher at:

Event: Women and Abstracts an exhibition by Romany Mark Bruce

Where: BRUSH, 84 Gloucester Road, Brighton, BN1 4AP

When: Open to public December 1-30

Times: Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm

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