Richard paints views of places and people he likes, in both oil and watercolour. Enjoyment of medium and subject is paramount.
Handwoven rugs, runners, table carpets and wall hangings.
re worked vintage treasures, from corsets to jewellery to tell another tale
Jehane Boden Spiers
Jehane Boden Spiers' textiles have been quoted 'antiques of the future' by BBC Homes & Antiques. Jehane has recently developed a range of framed limited edition giclee canvas prints inspired by a range of her Brighton-themed embroideries and collages.
Hebe Vernon- Morris
Ann d'Arcy Hughes
Flood The Valley
A charming collection of needle felted woolen animals associated with the South Downs.
Betty Wai Chun Shek
Elizabeth Anne Norris
Playful illustration combining a variety of media to create textiles and artwork.Bringing out the whimsical and childhood innocence of my everyday surroundings.
Emma Bromley Hill
Sabrina was born in Venezuela.Her art studies at the world-renowned art school, Cristobal Rojas,in Venezuela. Sabrina uses bodies to create impressions on canvas.The works are abstract in composition, realistic in form, and surreal in content. Contemporary Artist, Vivid Energetic Colourful Artwork, Modern Paintings,Abstract, Figurative,Sculpture,Wood,MixMedia.
Sussex County Arts Club
Susan Jane Dunford
Teesside born illustrator featured in The Guardian and The Independent.
Brighton based maps and diagrams.
Beautiful, detailed and unique etchings
Vassiliki Maryeti Cawson
My work takes form from an intuitive premise, and might change or not from the original intention. I studied with Franca Basevi in Florence, after completing a degree in Philosophy . I use Craft Crank, which is fired and sometimes coloured, or S. T. Material. When a piece breaks in the firing, but is worth saving, it is cast in Cement Fondue, and the surface treated with colours.
Doug Coupe, painter and printmaker, studied at Salford Art School where he attained his National Diploma in Dersign. The Elderly L.S. Lowry was a frequent visitor to the School offering advice and encouragement to young artists. After national service, durig which he studied Lithography at Headington College of art in Oxford. Doug started teaching and settled in Brighton where he exhited his art work. He Studied Print making at Brighton Art College including Screen Printing and Etching.
My woodcarving hobby started in 2002 with a 3 day course in Devon, under the tutelage of Ian Edwards. I designed and built my own workshop/shed in the garden and enjoy carving with hand tools made in England, sourcing my wood from native species of timber.
I make hand thrown ceramics at a studio in Brighton where there are several other potters. Some features of the pots are:â€¢high iron content clayâ€¢homemade glazesâ€¢fired to 1245 celsiusâ€¢electricity from renewable sourcesfrom Good Energy.
Inspired by ancient artefacts, forms in nature and the manipulation of materials, my latest work continues to evolve from ideas conceived during my studies with themes of repetition, rhythm and the relationship between individuals and the greater mass.
Hollowed forms provide the bulk of Johnâ€™s work. Many of the more decorative pieces are left with the natural edge of the timber and will feature defects, sapwood and bark. Other pieces, which are intended as functional items, will be turned from sound material and may portray more geometric lines.
Trish's work features polished natural stone with subtle colours
Roger's work includes scenes of Sussex, as well as still life and animals
Rie Tsurutu Ceramics
Fabric collage using vintage images and fabric
Abstract acrylic paintings on canvas
Paintings of colour, texture, layered surfaces and mark-making, that delight in the uncertainty of the creative process.
"For the Love of Chocolates"The symbolic skull not with diamonds but with smarties to explore the bitter and sweet...