Megan Rose

29 September–28 October

Mon - Fri 8am, Sun 9am (Sat closed)-Mon - Fri 4pm, Sun 12pm (Sat closed)

Generations explores themes of self reflection and aims to visualise the thoughts and feelings I am unable to verbalise. I alter black and white landscape and self-portrait photographs with powder paint and my breath to create a layer of texture that gives the photograph another dimension and allows it to speak for me.

Monday - Friday 8am-4pm

Saturday closed

Sunday 9am-12pm and 5pm-7pm

18 The Clarendon Centre
47 New England Street
Brighton, BN1 4GQ

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