I am so pleased to have my work exhibited alongside so many talented artists and makers this week at Sullington Manor Farm, West Sussex, it’s a beautiful location set in divine country side with a very good cafe in site – open 10.00-16.00 every day until 23rd October
This painting ‘Reclaimed’ 50 x 100cm looks amazing against such a powerful orange wall -every aspect of this house connects you to nature, so it’s absolutely beautiful we are open again today 11 till 6 pm and both days next weekend – I am there every day showing with 11 other artists- in my element !
￼September 24th 25th and October 1st- 2nd 11am- 6pm
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Pop up artists open house set in the Diwns, West Sussex
I am still resting and processing the amazing madness of May – the month that is the most intense for artists in Brighton and Hove Uk.
It sometimes feels like a crazy helter-skelter of deadlines, followed by quietness but mostly I am so proud and happy from all the plans that came to fruition, the connections made and the new friends collectors supporters who flowed towards me, and the amazing artists I exhibited with – and the capacity for open minded appreciation of the Humans who made the effort to visit us in three different venues.
And the people who have come since to the studio to see the work; something I really enjoy – contact me email@example.com to arrange a visit
It’s been a wonderful week of showing with this fantastic bunch of 21 artists and makers in this inspiring space – it has been so harmonious and positive and well recieved – one day left – I will be there all day today 12am-4pm The Regency Town House 13 Brunswick Square Hove BN3 1EH
@kathandcompany Gallery in Twickenham London – one weekend only unfortunately but I managed to catch her – must be 30 years since we last met – and it was as if we’d seen each other the week before.
We were at the same 6th form college in Brighton, and then were amongst the very few art students who went to Hastings College of Art and Technology for our foundation course, both disappointed at first not to go to Brighton, it actually became the most positive and influential accident of fate for us both, a wonderful course, incredible teachers, including legendary Rod Harman, unique life long friendships made and inspirational learnings.
Freddie is now a professor at the Royal College of Art and makes totally thought provoking feminist mixed media pieces that need to be seen in the flesh to be appreciated – I am so honoured to have been able to be in contact again – the gallery is amazing and is hosting 12 artists over 12 weeks bookable online http://www.newartathome.co.uk