Work by artist Jill Nolan on show at Littlehampton Museum

Jill Nolan
Jill Nolan

An exhibition of paintings by Jill Nolan is running in Littlehampton Museum’s Butterworth Gallery until Saturday, December 22.

Lucy Ashby, archives and exhibitions officer, said: “Jill, who is based in Rustington, took up painting on the advice of a friend and once she started she found that she could not stop! She studied art in Surrey, where she exhibited regularly with the Croydon Art Society, and won awards for her work. Since moving to Sussex Jill has exhibited locally, though this is her first time at Littlehampton Museum.

“Jill’s preferred medium is watercolour, and she takes inspiration from many different sources, such as the African Room in the British Museum and the work of French post-impressionist painter, Henri Rousseau. As a result, her work is both colourful and varied, and this exhibition promises to be a wonderful feast for the eyes.

“All pieces in Jill’s exhibition are for sale, so if you are looking for a unique Christmas gift the Butterworth Gallery is the place to visit.”

Littlehampton Museum is at Manor House, Church Street, Littlehampton.

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