Sussex Artists

Painters in Watercolour, Oil, Acrylic and Mixed Media. Portraits, Landscapes, Seascapes, Urban scenes, Figurative, Pop Art, Expressionist and Abstract Art. Drawings, Charcoals, Pastels, Pen and ink, Calligraphy, Stained and Fused glass. Sculpture, Stone and Wood carving, Pottery, Ceramics, Paper cuts, Printmaking and Linocuts. Jewellery, Mosaics, Poetry, Textiles and craftsman designed wooden furniture.

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Carol Cleveland

I'm an actress and comedienne, best known as the featured female with Monty Python. Since moving to Shoreham six years ago I've become a patron of the Shoreham Wordfest and have performed two of my own shows for it. I've also appeared in Panto at the Ropetackle Centre here. I've always enjoyed drawing and painting but have only been exhibiting and selling my work since joining the Brighton and Hove Arts Council's Dupont Art Club eight years ago. In 2016 I joined the Adur Art...

Elaine Bellamy

I create mosaics from china ornaments and crockery, which I find in car boot sales, charity shops and antique shops. Sometimes I use family heirloom crockery when making a piece for a family member. The pieces vary in size and complexity. I am happy to take commissions, although all the designs are individual and depend on what I find on my travels. However, any favourite elements you have can be included.

Neil Wilkinson

My passion for creating figurative sculpture started in my teens, I found the concentration, the quiet environment totally absorbing. This passion remained with me and I returned, whenever possible, to the one area that gave me total peace of mind. Sculpture became an integral part of my life, a second self although my choice of materials has continuously changed and developed. Currently based in Sussex, I have exhibited with the Brighton Sculptors in The Brighton Arts Festiv...

Tony Day

Photography, illustration and digital manipulation.

Frans de Leij

I did not go to art school - in fact, I trained as a biologist at the University of Wageningen (The Netherlands). Although, I am a self-taught painter, I have gained a lot of inspiration from the work of other artists, notably from impressionist water-colourists like Edward Seago, John Yardley, Edward Wesson, Nina Engle and Trevor Chamberlain. The work of these painters breathes an air of directness and freshness that is so attractive about watercolour and almost impossible t...

Shireen Avis

I trained in Zimbabwe as a Textile and Jacquard designer at the Bulawayo College of Applied Art and Design gaining a distinction in textile technology. I work towards a sense of atmosphere in my work and also concentrate on mark making to give the impression of texture where needed.

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