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10 Mar 2024 - 26 Apr 2024

Tadhg Mae Projects are proud to showcase a diverse group of artists working in various media. Each work a jewel, together, a visual feast.

Planting and War, the two most contrasting concepts of life and destruction, come together in the month of March. Named for the Roman god of War, Mars, March became a time when armies marched once again, and farmers ploughed the soil, beginning the new cycles of the land.

Mars was both the god of War and Agriculture; his animal symbolism is a Wolf but also a Woodpecker: the hunter and the hunted. In this month of contrast and the vital promise of spring, magic and earthly renewal, it appears to be the perfect time to celebrate a divergent group of artists whose work sparks opportunities for contemplation, growth, discussion, and debate


Ivor Abrahams RA was a British sculptor, ceramicist, and printmaker. He enjoyed numerous exhibitions internationally. His work is in many important private collections and institutions worldwide, including Tate Gallery London, which holds an edition of E.A. Poe: Tales and Poems.

Agnieszka Szuba

Artist, photographer, musician and art historian Agnieszka has participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions and has provided illustration for over 50 books and album covers.She uses multiple techniques to achieve shimmering, glistening dark images rooted in fairytales and myths. Agnieszka’s pagan imagery hide secrets and open doors to worlds of magic leading to paths unknown. Agnieszka is an explorer of all that is magical and mythical. A cantadora she collects tales, spells and whispers fashioning them into her art.



  • Date: 10 Mar 2024 - 26 Apr 2024
  • Location:51A George Street Hastings East Sussex TN34 3EA United Kingdom


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