The Other Summer Exhibition

The Other Summer Exhibition

Discover great visual artists in Adur

Find outstanding works of art covering all genres and mediums, jewellery and textiles, from over 60 artists and over 100 pieces of artwork

The Adur Art Collective’s Summer Exhibition is now open at the Skway Gallery Shoreham. Running from the 19th to the 31st August
open daily from 10am till 5pm
(closed Sunday 25th and Monday 26th of August)

Below is just a small selection of the artwork that is available to view and buy during the Exhibition.

Gold and Spirals

I am a “Multi- media” artist and tutor. Here, I take an elevated viewpoint, by satellite, over the Atlantic coastline of the Namibian Desert in Africa, contrasting the arid landscape

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Sleeping Harbour

Penny Mechen’s exhibited paintings are in the style of Realistic Abstraction and demonstrate the strengths of her two favourite mediums. ‘Sleeping Harbour’, in acrylic, with its gentle blue/grey colour pallet

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Queen Elizabeth II

I was born in Ukraine and have been living in Worthing, West Sussex, UK since 2005 with my husband Kenneth. I am a self- taught artist. I get inspiration from

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Wardrobe

Trained at West Sussex College of Design and the Royal College of Art, London. Worked at Harrods, London as the artist Kodak designing exhibitions and window displays in Regent Street,

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Sussex Meadow

My childhood interest in textiles was re-kindled by an exhibition in Worthing 30 years ago. Having followed a Foundation Art course at Northbrook College, and a number of taught textile

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Dappled Light

A coloured ink painting, using bleached areas to capture the little patches of light as they danced on the tree trunks. I usually paint in acrylics, but the inks really

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Mona Lisa

As an eclectic and improvisational artist Zayeet has worked in film, theatre, photography, writing and collage. Lately she has returned to making assemblages, sculptures and installation art, often from collections

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Eastbourne at Sunset

My Journey started 40 years ago when I studied Textile Design and Technology at the Bulawayo Art College in Zimbabwe. I use boot polish as my medium as it has

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A Shady Spot to Rest

Karen loves to paint and draw people and animals. She works primarily in pastels. ‘A shady spot to rest’ was painted in support of ‘Global Tiger Day’ to raise awareness

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Oak Bark

The inspiration for my work is nature in all its forms and especially trees and woodland landscapes. These works are about the surfaces of bark and rock, looking closely at

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Fractured 2

I’m Kore Sage, a mixed media artist. I’m largely self taught since a few adult drawing classes over 10 years ago. This painting is part of a series reflecting on

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Devils Dyke Descent

I have recently been inspired to try different techniques using various mediums, an array of tools and a more energetic approach. Abstraction, together with colour, has the ability to create

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Nubia 6

Influenced by her Egyptian roots and cultural background, Hala Sabet has always been fascinated by Geo-metry (measurement of earth), its origins and how it develops an infinite variety of possibilities

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Shoreham Rocks

I’m a Shoreham based printmaker and illustrator working mainly with lino, wood and mixed media. My prints are a result of my observations of the local natural environment at different

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The Inner Tree

Positive and negative texture is made deep into the shapes fabricated, creating new forms without and spaces within. Traditional casting methods and materials are adapted to allow sculptures to be

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Magnolias Filling a Room

Shirley Trevena was born in London and now lives in Shoreham by Sea. Her work has been widely exhibited and published in the UK and abroad. She is a member

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Drake

Tom Gillham’s extemporary paintings express a stream of consciousness, creating extraordinary mindscapes.   His work explores: trans-cultural myths and states of mind. Tom’s vibrant abstract paintings combine elements of narrative and

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Derriere

I am drawn to organic materials and currently work in ceramic, wood and stone. I’ve always found the variety and beauty of the human body endlessly fascinating and life drawing

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Waste

Candy Medusa is an artist, illustrator, marine biologist and loudmouth, constantly confused as to why artists’ statements are supposed to be in the third person. She draws much of her

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Aspens

Judy has been involved with art for most of her life having taken training in art including completing a diploma in art and design as well as advanced machine embroidery

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Recollections of Goa

I have lived in Shoreham for about 45 years having moved down from the Midlands and have a studio at home. My work includes painting, ceramic sculpture and stained glass.

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Stripes in Motion

I have been print-making for over 30 years. I have been influenced by a variety of subjects and themes which is why my work has so many different styles and

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Katherine

Having exhibited my art for many years, in varying genres, this is my first attempt with oils. The paints used are around 70 years old. Given to me by a

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Fishing Boats

Fishing Boats was inspired by a trip to Hastings and a wander around the Stade with its tall, black net huts and shingle beach.  It is an inspiring place for

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Seascape

I have lived on the coast all my life – including over 40 years in Shoreham – and find water, the Downs and coastal landscapes constant sources of inspiration. I

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Winter Trees

Building up my drawings in layers and working into these to reveal form and detail is intrinsic to the subject matter, and becomes part of the composition’s overall meaning. My

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Poppies

Poppies is a painting I started several years ago in oils that I have never been totally pleased with. Always intending to return to the painting, the “Other” Summer Exhibition

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Pink Converse

Your favourite shoe hand made in clay, to love and cherish forever. Your child’s first shoe, a ballet shoe, tap shoe, a favourite old raver trainer! Your wedding shoe, or

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Beach Hut Panoramic

Creativity is a key factor in all of Chris’s work either as a product designer (his original trade), cartoonist or fine artist. As an artist Chris simply paints for his

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Angel

I am a mosaic artist first and foremost and Gustav Klimt has always been someone I am heavily influenced by; I love his colour and design and love the golden

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Desolate, Deserted Trees

One of a series of paintings of trees completed at a particularly grey time of year showing the trees in their wintry state. For me this painting is very much

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Darcie

My work as an artist falls within the mediums of paint and drawing. I am an emotional artist and all of my work is from an emotional experience. I like

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Water Lilies at Hatchet Moor

I am a Brighton-born self-taught artist, painting landscapes as well as figurative works. One of my greatest joys – and challenges – is plein air painting, so both ‘Water Lilies

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Polruan

My paintings draw on the natural world for inspiration. I draw or paint directly in the landscape, sometimes developing the sketches further in my studio. My intuition and imagination always

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