On Monday the Executive Committee of Brighton & Hove Arts Council was presented with copies
Coachwerks 19a Hollingdean Terrace, Brighton BN1 7HB Tel: 01273 900902 A varied and exciting exhibition
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.
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.
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.
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 the tutors of the Seawhite Studio, Atrium Gallery, Emily Ball
My subject matter is often inspired by my enthusiasm for landscape studies, having gained a degree in Geography in London many years ago.