Tom’s first solo exhibition “Breaking Boxes” starts on eve of “unlock-down”!
I am delighted to announce
Come and join the feast at Shoreham Wordfest’s 5th annual Shakespeare Festival, a cornucopia of Shakespearian and Elizabethan delights, celebrating the great Bard’s birth and death day of 23rd April.
I have an interest in mythology and old stories, and the inspiration for my first hare came from the story of St Melangell, the 7th century patron saint of Hares.
A fun morning art session exploring the relationship between colour and emotion, creating your very own “Squares and circles” artwork, eating all the pastries and enjoying a good coffee. Everyone is welcome.
Ever since Judith Goldstein arrived like a shooting star to disturb the peace of painter Claude Monet’s household, (Jennifer Pulling’s Monet’s Angels) readers have wondered ‘what happened next?’ Now the local author and playwright has come up with the answer in Monet’s Shadow.
Hilary’s work is high-fired stoneware and reflects her twin inspirations of the Sussex countryside; the Downs and the coastline.
An exhibition of drawings by
Most of my work is based on botanic subjects. The plant kingdom is a rich source of intriguing shapes and colours which surprise and delight the eye.
Shoreham Wordfest’s fourth annual Shakespeare festival, 25 -28 April 2019.