8 – Centerpiece Exhibition

8 – Centerpiece Exhibition

This will be the 5th year for this fabulous Showcase Exhibition in Shoreham town centre.
This year we will be showing the work of 20 talented adurArtcollective Artists in many media.

The hall is upstairs and the entrance doors are opposite La Galleria Restaurant.

 

Sue Collins

Using a combination of photography and sketching, as well as drawing on her own personal experiences and memories, Sue creates linocut images which are primarily of Sussex and the surrounding area. Read more …

 

Chris Dawson

Creativity is a key factor in all my work either as a product designer (my original trade), cartoonist or fine artist. As an artist I simply paint for my own interest and pleasure and try to create something that people will enjoy and respond to. No subject is safe – a landscape, the human figure, a bunch of flowers. To this I will often include some form of creativity and produce something that is different and thought-provoking. Humour is also an inspiration. Read more …

 

Frans de Leij

Frans’ watercolour paintings aim to capture the way light, shade and atmospheric conditions give shape to individual forms or unify the different elements in the landscape. Landscapes, woodlands, the sea and the creatures that live in them are all welcome subjects for his paintings. Read more …

 

Jo Delafons

Jo Delafons combines found materials with paper and wire to create delicate sculptures inspired by the rusting boats, fragile jetties and light on the Adur river. Read more …

 

Phil Driver

Last summer I was buying fish on Worthing beach in all sorts of weather, I took a few photos and started painting the boats, which became a slight obsession. Here are a few of them. Read more …

 

Sarah Duffield

My paintings are an expression of my love of colour, its expressive nature and the emotional connection I find within the landscape in which I am lucky enough to live. original paintings and prints available. Read more …

 

Kim Adele Fuller

Inspired by the natural world I enjoy expressing colour, atmosphere, light, energy or stillness in my paintings to draw the viewer into the scene evoking a sense of place and a sense of space. Read more …

 

Terry Guile

Contemporary hand made silver and enamelled jewellery incorporating semi-precious stones and pearls. Read more …

 

Tim Gwyther

My work is about a sprit of place. What is ephemeral and what is permanent. Read more …

 

Sylvie Howitt

Vintage old atlases of the world and music sheets are very much part of my inspiration for my hand cut paper cuts in telling new stories and bringing new life to discarded and out-of-date maps. Read more …

 

Martin Sculpture

Sculptural forms cast into metal or stone resin, suitable for outdoor or indoor display. Exhibited at beautiful venues across the south of England.

 

Steve Mason

Steve will be introducing into this year’s Adur Art Trail exploratory 2D and 3D works that have evolved through his recent academic studies. His new work has developed around the perception of construction versus destruction, order versus chaos. Read more …

 

Vanessa Reynolds

I have a varied mixture of artistic interests, from painting with acrylic and oil paints, to oil pastels, to lino and mono-printing, to mixed media and stitch. I have taught art in a sixth form college for 10 years and before that I was a printed textile designer. Read more …

 

Nina Smith

Nina creates beautiful glass artworks including jewellery, sun-catchers and art panels using cut, crushed and powdered glass which is fused together in a kiln. combining textures, layers and colours she produces bold, graphic patterned glasswork. Read more …

 

Rachael Swift

Abstract/life-based carving inspired by stone, its colour and texture. Entitled ‘Wave’ this stope actually contained fish fossils and I removed scales and flesh fibres during carving. Read more …

 

Shirley Trevena

Shirley Trevena’s work has been widely exhibited and published in the UK and abroad. Her still life compositions suggest forms that never quite materialise, the vibrant colours, shapes and patterns at times breaking away from reality. Throughout her career she has pushed the boundaries of watercolour and is now one of Britain’s most experimental and innovative artists in the medium. Read more …

 

Mervyn Wallis

I just love stained glass from the medieval to the modern .It has so many possibilities. from the deep to the decorative and such an integrity of its own which constantly reinvents itself in the ever changing light. Read more …

 

Isla Willatt

A life without colour is like a life without vision. Read more …

 


St Mary’s Hall, 25 East Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5ZQ
Mon – Fri 11am – 4pm
Sat & Sun 11am – 5pm

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