Past and Present – An Exhibition by Karren Urben

Really excited to be having my first Solo exhibition in 12 years. After illness and not being able to paint or exhibit for a few years its a dream come true having this show at Colonnade House, Warwick Street. Worthing. Its also my first time showing a large collection of Landscapes. Before moving from Brighton … Read morePast and Present – An Exhibition by Karren Urben

Montague Gallery Artist Naomi Frances

The Montague Gallery in Worthing is currently displaying and selling artwork that has been created by Adur Art Collective artist Naomi Frances. Naomi makes sculptural glass landscapes and beach scenes using a collage of found items from the local beaches and semi-precious stones. Her aim is to make her glass work and her images as … Read moreMontague Gallery Artist Naomi Frances

Montague Gallery

A beautiful arts and crafts gallery in the Montague Quarter, Worthing, between TKMaxx and Macdonalds. All local artist’s works representing many different styles, with artwork for walls, hand-made jewellery, photographs, ceramics, and lots of quirky, original stuff, a real cultural oasis. Nice to see people’s talents on show and not expensive at all. The artists … Read moreMontague Gallery

The work of ceramic artist Jane Abbot is displayed at Shoreham Art Gallery in October 2018

My ceramic work is mostly centred around the vessel form, although I also enjoy making flat wall pieces and jewellery. As an Art teacher for many years, specialising in ceramics, I find much of my inspiration came from the research that is necessary when delivering the Art GCSE and A level syllabus.

Textile artist Lara Sparks will be presenting her ‘London Landmarks’ lampshades & cushions collection at Shoreham Art Gallery in November 2018.

Lara says: “From my ‘Printed Stitch’ collection. I have produced a detailed embroidery and then had it screen printed onto linen. I then give each one a hand finish. I either use applique and free-stitch, or just free hand embroidery to add the pops of colour on this collection.” Free admission.