Hundreds of people admired work by international and award-winning artists at the launch of the SeeArt Gallery in The Pantiles.
More than 300 guests were entertained by a living statue and singers Jon Christos and Adam Lacey last Thursday evening, as the new permanent gallery opened its doors.
Artists represented by SeeArt, which runs the annual ‘boutique arts event that raises the profile of the arts, social life and businesses in the southeast’ in Tunbridge Wells every year, were also present.
Gallery managing director Susan Beumee said: “All in all it was a spectacular evening of art, culture and live entertainment.
A great start for the southeast of England’s first destination gallery.”