Luxury lighting, luxury lighting Sculptural Art for me is about fun and if I can literally light up someones world, even better. Light Art based in Worthing and I cover all areas in Sussex includingBrighton, Worthing and all the other surrounding areas.
The new exhibition includes; images from 'Post to the Coast' creative research workshops, postcard competition winners & runners up. The artwork of 125 students, from 8 schools, that we havebeen working with as part of the CoastEd arts edcuation programme with local museums. We are regenerating an area in Beach House Park in partnership with Worthing Wildlife. Transforming the unused space into an exciting, educational nature garden using re-cycled objects.
We are a contemporary art gallery situated in the sunny seaside town of Worthing in West Sussex. We specialise in original works and limited editions from a wide selection of different artists. Wealso offer a bespoke framing service. Feel free to contact us with your requirements and we will be more than happy to help you. At Room with a View you can always expect a warm welcome whether you are looking for a particular piece or just want to browse.
Ropetackle Arts Centre is a purpose built, award-winning*, community-run arts venue that attracts some of the biggest and best performing arts events in the UK. Situated in the heart of Shoreham, WestSussex, our goal is to stage events for all tastes and budgets for the good folk of Adur and beyond. A registered charity, and staffed almost exclusively by volunteers (including our Trustees), Ropetackle Arts Centre is run by and for the local community.
Inclusive Arts is a partnership run by Jude Bitton and Fiona McVey following social enterprise principles. Our mission is to provide "Arts for All" making all projects inclusive, aimed at anyone whohas a creative and inquisitive mind. Inclusive Arts is based at Heene Gallery, in a beautiful Victorian building in Worthing's west end. Inclusive Arts use this atmospheric building as a base to provide an arts, therapy and teaching space for the community of Worthing and beyond.
We offer a wide range of Art from such artists as Joy Kirton Smith, Kerry Darlington, David Shepherd, Sam Toff, Gary Hodges and Adam Barsby. Our gallery offers a wide choice of both frames and mountsto enhance your pictures, using the finest materials available, which are of conservation and museum quality. Having our workshop on the premises means that expert advice is always close at hand from our helpful and friendly staff.
I grew up in Manchester and studied graphic design at Loreto College. I went on to study Computer Science at UMIST (Manchester University) specialising in computer graphics. I've lived in Brightonsince 1995 and work full time. Painting consumes most of my free time although I also enjoy building and modifying PCs and looking for fossils along the Sussex coast.
We are loading Boxbird with a huge collection of new work by Graham Carter today! Treat yourself or buy the perfect gift from a selection of affordable silkscreens and originals art works! We are HUGEfans of Sally Elfords work - infact did you know that our first ever sale at Boxbird gallery was one of her prints, way back at our opening night 7 years ago! Sally is still one of our best sellers and its not surprise when you see how beautiful her prints are!
As of now, Isis Gallery ceases to exist. Everything we do will now come under the auspices of John Marchant Gallery. Please find our new website here. Facebook is here, Twitter is here, and you canfind us on Instagram under johnmarchantgallery! Venceremos! On A Plate For You, the first installation in the UK by the renowned Danish artist Martin Erik Andersen since early 2011, will take place at the Regency Town House in Brighton, opening November 22nd.
I spent much of my early childhood in Germany and Africa - where I read every book on my parents' shelves, became fascinated by the patterns on everyday objects, and learned to make lino-cuts. Wereturned to a dark rainy London when I was in my teens. I detested school but was rescued by an inspirational art teacher, Meriel Cardew (wife of the potter Michael), a vivid, kindly figure. Highlights included visits from Michael and from the Nigerian potter Ladi Kwali.