Category: Gallery

Jola Spytkowska – Ceramic Creatures

Why do you create what you do?
I want to make myself happy and others into the bargain. Its what I do best and its my way of giving pleasure to others – and to hopefully inspire them.

Teresa Martin – Tortoise Psychosis

What is your greatest joy when creating?
I like the transfer of creative energy into a new form. Some works take more than 18 months to complete, absorbing huge amount of sustained faith and concentration. When they finally go on show, the public reaction replenishes your spirit again.

Jennifer Pulling signs her book at Shoreham Art Gallery

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.

Ray Burns at Shoreham Art Gallery

To relax I work from my studio creating stencil art, lino-printing, painting, write short stories and create miniature sculptures from found objects in my spare time. I suppose I write as an outlet for my creativity, I’m not interested in fame and fortune. What I would like though is to share my work with others.

Amanda Duke has joined Shoreham Art Gallery

My mixed media and textile work are a response to what I find in my natural surroundings. Activities around foraging, collecting, experimenting with wet and dry media processes are inspired by a year residency at Sussex Prairie Gardens.