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Weekends 6-29 May Brighton and Hove, Ditchling and beyond aoh.org.uk Headline Sponsor

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AOH would like to thank our sponsors and supporters Headline Sponsor Sponsors and Supporters Contents Introduction AOH exhibitions and events Brighton & Hove Map Key to symbols Brighton & Hove BEYOND THE LEVEL BRUNSWICK TOWN CENTRAL DYKE ROAD FIVEWAYS HANOVER HOVE KEMPTOWN SEVEN DIALS WEST HOVE INDEPENDENT Along the coast and over the downs COAST DITCHLING HASSOCKS INDEPENDENT 3 4 6 8 9 15 21 27 31 37 43 49 57 65 69 75 77 83 87 Cover artist: Penelope Kenny AOH 2017 brochure cover artist Penelope Kenny is an Australian born artist who now lives and works in Brighton. Her work explores the relationship between humans and other animals, especially in connection to transhumanism, evolution, hybrids and biotechnology. Penelope Kenny will be exhibiting at The Old Market in Hove throughout the festival (see p4). Cover photography: Jean Luc Brouard Design: Chris Lord Print: Gemini Press www.gemini-press.co.uk Artists Open Houses Ltd is a not for profit company. Registration Nº. 5420675 (England and Wales) Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the information given in this publication is accurate at the time of going to print, AOH cannot be held responsible for any variations, errors or admissions of which we have not been advised. We recommend that visitors confirm details for individual venues online before setting out. No recommendation is implied in any of the listings. Under no circumstances can AOH accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public visiting the Artists Open Houses festival. aoh.org.uk 1

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6-29 MAY 2017 AOH 2017 Headline Sponsor Artists Open Houses is delighted to welcome Handmade at Amazon as our new Headline Sponsor in 2017. “Handmade at Amazon is proud to be supporting local Artists and Artisans through our sponsorship of Artist Open Houses, which is a fantastic showcase of British crafts and entrepreneurship.” Mike Miller, Worldwide Director of Handmade at Amazon. Handmade at Amazon will be offering a Best Newcomer Award to an artist or maker new to Artists Open Houses this year. Over four weekends in May, artists open their doors to offer work from over 1,200 artists, exhibiting in more than 180 venues across the city of Brighton, Hove and beyond. The Open Houses are grouped in local trails, each with their own unique character, from the fishermen’s houses of Hanover, Regency houses of Brunswick, to the urban warehouse spaces of the North Laine and cottages of the South Downs village of Ditchling. Visiting Open Houses offers the chance to meet the artists and to buy work directly from them. The hugely diverse range of artwork on show includes original paintings, prints, graffiti arts, ceramics and textiles, as well as photography, sculpture, crafts, jewellery and many other media. The Artists Open Houses is an inclusive open-to-all event, welcoming participation from all areas of the community, including community groups, marginalized, school and college student artists. Visiting local artists in their homes and studios is an unmissable part of the Brighton festivals’ season. Many Open Houses also offer the opportunity to get involved, providing workshops and events for both adults and children. Entry to the houses is free. With homemade tea and cake on offer too, the Artists Open Houses are a very special weekend treat. AOH Team • Judy Stevens – Festival Director • Chris Lord – Development and Design • Fiona McTernan – Festival Manager, Marketing, Advertising and Sponsorship • Lisa Yousefi – Marketing and Social Media • Claire Quigley – Finance • Idil Bozkurt – Blogs, Photography and Filming Thank you to all our AOH Trail Contacts. Thanks also to: Pandora George and team – Bullet PR Tim Jukes – Website development and design Angi Mariani – The Latest Mark Tulley – Gemini Press Charlotte Barrow – Visit Brighton, Also: Paul Clark, Roger Browning and Brighton Fringe. Our sponsors at: Lawrence’s Art Supplies, Hamptons Estate Agents, Sure Property Solutions, My Brighton, The Old Market Brighton & Hove Buses Connect with AOH http://aoh.org.uk/newsletter 3

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The Resplendent Rabbit-bird of Paradise (70x100cm) Nine colour screenprint. 4 Penelope Kenny @The Old Market A CURIOUSTAXONOMY Penelope Kenny Artist Open Houses 2017 Brochure Cover Artist Wednesday 12th April – Sunday 28th May, Waterloo Room, The Old Market, Hove Penelope Kenny, the Artists Open Houses May 2017 Brochure Cover Artist, is an Australian born artist who now lives and works in Brighton. Her work explores the relationship between humans and other animals, especially in connection to transhumanism, evolution, hybrids and biotechnology. Through her hybrid creatures she investigates the potential outcomes of humans trying to control evolution through genetic manipulation and scientific tampering with the species boundaries. Since completing a BA in Printmaking at the University of Brighton she has exhibited widely, in the UK and internationally. She creates limited edition textiles, fine art screenprints, wallpapers and books using hand-made inks made from pure pigments and metallic glazes. See more of Penelope’s work in the Artists Open Houses at: Flamingo House (p.45), Peggy Poppleton’s Shop (p.64) and Stanley Road Store (p.11). From Wednesday April 12th, throughout May, until June 30th April (from 12th) Weekdays: 13.00–17.00 (box office opening times) + when venue is open for performances (see website) May Weekdays: 11.00–17.00, Saturdays: 13.00–17.00 (box office opening times) + when venue is open for performances (see website) June Weekdays: 13.00–17.00 (box office opening times) + when venue is open for performances (see website) The Old Market 11a Upper Market Street Hove BN3 1AS www.theoldmarket.com

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The Transgenic Cabinet (100x70cm). Thirty-seven colour screenprint. Animated Animals of the Small Kind (100x70cm). Eighteen colour screenprint. Calling All Judges The Best Artists Open House Award, sponsored by The Latest, offers you the opportunity to vote online for your favourite Open House. From the start of the festival, simply visit the AOH website: www.aoh.org.uk, follow the links and place a vote for the house that you believe best captures the spirit of the Artists Open Houses. The houses shortlisted by public vote will go through to the final, to be visited by The Latest team for selection for the Award. Read Latest 7 Magazine for more details during the May festival period. www.thelatest.co.uk www.aoh.org.uk Why not take part? If you live in the Brighton and Hove area you can open your house as part of the Artists Open Houses festival. To find out how to get involved, including how to join a local trail, have a look at the ‘Artists info’ section of our website: www.aoh.org.uk/for-artists You can also take part if you live outside the area, by becoming a guest artist in someone else’s open house. For more information visit: www.aoh.org.uk/artists-seeking-houses Open House Events Many Open Houses offer you the chance to explore your creative side through handson workshops and other events. For all event information see the Events page of the AOH website: www.aoh.org.uk/events 5

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Using the brochure Travel information The map on the previous pages (6 and 7), gives an overview of venues within the city and the listings for those venues can be found from pages 9 to 73. Listings and maps for venues in the surrounding area can be found from page 74 to page 87. Information on opening times, opening dates and facilities offered by venues, are in the box at the bottom of each listing. Key to symbols Venues listings Contact details Dates not open (in light type on white background) Opening times (24hr clock) www.myopenhouse.org me@myopenhouse.org 01273 123456 NEW HOUSE 11.00-18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Type of venue Facilities offered (see below for details) Days and dates open (in bold white type on green background) Refreshments served Live music Disabled access Easy parking Garden open Food served Workshops /demonstrations New venue – first year open Card payment facility Maps 8 Open House venues 9 On Trail maps, venues in other adjacent trails Preston Park Station Station BRIGHTON MUSEUM Landmark building Church P Car Park Built up areas Park or urban green area Rural area Water Bus www.buses.co.uk G Flat Single Rate Fare £2.50 (£2 within city centre) G One day’s unlimited travel from: £4.20 smartphone app or with a “key card” (see below) £7 from a driver. G Discounts for children, teenagers and students G Senior citizens can travel free off-peak G Short hop fares £2 Download the m-ticket app for free and let your phone become your ticket. You can buy tickets 24/7 and have your ticket to travel immediately or save it for later. Simply activate your ticket before boarding the bus and show the driver. Easy to use key smartcard available online at smartbuses.co.uk or 1 Stop Travel Shop, 26 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1EB. Place your card on the reader when boarding the bus. Rail www.nationalrail.co.uk Cycle www.brightoncyclehire.com At Brighton Cycle Hire (below Brighton Station) you can hire a range of bikes from 3 hours upwards. Cars and Parking www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/ parking-and-travel/parking Brighton & Hove City Council operates several off-street car parks and numerous on-street pay & display parking spaces across the city. Most on street parking is now pay by phone. You will need to register first at https://paybyphone.co.uk/registration or call 01273 458458 to do this. Once registered you can pay using touch tone or text, following the instructions on the meter. You do not need a smart phone for these methods. Although Brighton & Hove City Council has reduced the number of on street cash pay and display machines, there is usually one per street. You can also pay at using cash at a PayPoint. Locate the nearest paypoint at https://www.paypoint.com/en-gb For the location of car parks visit www.park-up.com/brighton. Download the new free app where you can see all the on-street and off-street parking spaces available www.appyparking.com 8

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Franklin Pk Cres De Montfo SoutIhslainmWgptEwoownradrSttSLitStncolnCSWotlasehimnaHngatHSnoatonCnvoSoetvrbeTrdHerSatemrHpodCweranredRsdRd BEYONDTHE LEVEL Sponsors Knight & Knoxley Estate Agents www.knightandknoxley.com Moe's at the Circus Coffee House www.facebook.com/ MoesatTheCircus Lost and Foundry Found Object Lighting and Repairs www.lostandfoundry.co.uk Nick Ford Photography www.nickfordphotography.co.uk Victoria Mason Cardens Accountants www.cardensaccountants.co.uk Prestonville Rd Davey Drive e Southdown Ave ESTON PARK rrace Road Road Villas d eston Park Avenue 13 12 14 Stanford Ave 12 11 15 Grantham Rd Ditchling 10 an Ter Hol lingdean Rd Road A23 London Road Dyke Road Drive 11 10 7 6 Beaconsfield Road Rugby Rd 16 Florence Rd 8 9Springfield Road London Road Station Ditchling Rise Clyde Rd Free hold Terrace Princes Road Princes Cres RoundhiRlichmond Rd l Cres Upper Lewes REdoiandburgh Rd Ha Vere Road Warleigh Gerard St Winchst’r Wakefield Rd Newp’rt St Lewes Road Martin’s Pl Stanford Rd St ACragmyplbeeSlltRredet Hamilton Road PRESTON CIRCUS 5 Stanley Rd Rd ’S H New England Rd Viaduct Road Rosehill Terr Rosehill New England St 1 Kingsb’y St BGuuiclBkd’ufchoakridmnSgStthamClRifotaodn Street rrey St erick Pl r St p St St St Dyke Rd rminus Rd 17 15 16 2BSrtiagthitoonnSRDedviaeCBlhsnaathtChoSamtmWpPetAolsnWtlbAeHvseteirlHtlilRRlHSddtBowuacrkd’GhPaulmildPfol rdTeRd Bus Station ST BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH Ann St Cheapside Albert V 18 13 11Trafalgar St London Road Providence Pl hmond Pl St Ditchling Road 3 Oxford St THE LEVEL 5 ST PETER’S CHURCH Pk Cres St M’tins St 1 4 Wellington Rd Elm Grove H an ov 3 Islingw ord Road Southover 4BAelgrNaveewSatrk Pl Street d St 7 Finsbury Rd Beyond the Level www.beyond-the-level.org.uk Beyond the Level has become one of the main Open House attractions in the annual Brighton Festivals. Now in its 24th year and 12 houses and studios strong, Beyond the Level aims to showcase the work of an ever-growing community of practising artists and designers living and working in or around the vibrant rejuvenated London Road area of Brighton. Situated north and west of the Level recreation area, the Trail aims to provide visitors with quality original arts and crafts, in informal and homely settings, at affordable prices. Travel information Walking Beyond the Level is easily accessible by foot or bike - much of the trail is flat! Bus The Preston Circus end is on the 5, 5A and 5B bus routes; Ditchling Road has the 26, 46 and 50; the Vogue gyratory end is served by the 23, 24, 25, 28, 29 and 49. Rail The Italianate London Road station, served by Brighton mainline and Lewes stations, is bang in the middle of the Trail. 9

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BEYOND THE LEVEL 1 BMECP 10a Fleet Street, Brighton BN1 4ZE Seven Sisters: Davinder Dhillon Yemaya: Lester McCollin Springer Even on Calm Waters Waves Will Rise: Tom Frost Linear Code 1: Rhoda Baker Black and Minority Ethnic Community Partnership (BMECP), a charitable trust, provides a space for the community from different cultures and backgrounds to meet and share their skills and knowledge. It champions BME groups and others such as migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. Near Brighton Station, it opens its doors for the first time, to display a broad variety of disciplines by local amateur and professional artists. The exhibition will guide you to an array of exciting visual delights bursting with passion, subtlety and creativity. You will have the opportunity to see local artist Emily Jolly, demonstrating watercolour painting on Sunday 7th at 2.00 to 4.00 pm. Also exhibiting is Lester McCollin Springer, an internationally known Cuban visual artist with a unique and dramatic style, who uses Caribbean colours to paint his people and their journey, exploring human values and culture through his perspective as a black man. www.bmecp.org.uk meryam@bmecp.org.uk 01273 964214 NEW INSTITUTION You will be able to meet some of the artists whilst enjoying tasty ethnic snacks in the BMECP café. Disabled access is available. 10.00-18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2 ATELIER 51 51 Providence Place, Brighton BN1 4GE ATELIER 51 open studios and shop is a converted Victorian warehouse behind London Road and opposite St Bartholomew’s Church the tallest Church in Britain. Resident artists, Sarah Young, Rhoda Baker, Elaine Bolt and Silvia K are again joined by many guest artists and makers. Elaine Bolt Ceramics Rhoda K Baker Paperscapes Sarah Young Prints, paintings and products Silvia K Ceramics Tom Frost Screenprints 10 www.atelier51brighton.com jon@tuttonandyoung.co.uk 07729 771239 STUDIO OR WORKSHOP 11.00-17.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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BEYOND THE LEVEL Storm Cloud: Ian Lawerence Donut: Nick Ford 3 Oxford Street Nick Ford’s Studio Nick Ford Photography, 19 Oxford Street, Brighton BN1 4LA Nick Ford and guest artists welcome you to The Studio to celebrate the coming of age of the Beyond The Level Trail. Fantastic work is showcased to commemorate this 21 year milestone, including a guest appearance by The Beyond The Level logo designer, Caroline della Porta! Nick Ford Metallic photographic prints Caroline della Porta Illustrator Judy Alexander Mixed media Susan Shehadie Multimedia collage Chris Millard Drawing and painting Candida Lloyd Ceramics www.nickfordphotography.co.uk nick@nickfordphotography.co.uk 07834 912247 7777 80898/818 STUDIO OR WORKSHOP 10.00-17.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 4 Ian Lawrence @Crescent Studios 18 Park Crescent Place, Brighton BN2 3HF Following a year of experimenting with back-lit images, I will be exhibiting a selection of 30cm sq. lightboxes alongside recent canvases. Abstract in style, these boxes are more about the feeling of the land than they are about any specific view; the light making them like tiny stained glass windows. Ian Lawrence Lightboxes of images of the Downs and large abstract paintings. www.ianlawrenceart.com ianlawrenceart@hotmail.com 07786 410581 STUDIO OR WORKSHOP 11.00 - 18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Lost and Foundry: Lady-Cat Bunny: Lizzie Needles 5 The Stanley Road Store 25 Stanley Road, Brighton, BN1 4NJ Twenty five artists under one decidedly charming roof. See work from new makers on the Brighton scene and from established artists with a cult following. We’ve a vintage shop upstairs and a plant shop in the garden. Unusual, daring, ethical and fun, The Stanley Road Store looks forward to seeing you again. Lost and Foundry Found object lighting Miranda’s Plants Outdoor plants Use and Take Care Collage and sculpture Rachel Eardley Coin jewellery and illustrations Tin City Recycled tin altars Made By Swimmer Recycled soft toys Fig Contemporary macramé Vintage Mad By M Rock n roll embroidery Hal of Hove Small batch bath and beauty products Sam Stas Curious characters Bag n Bone Recycled leather notebooks Grande Dame Illustrations Anwen Williams Collaged buttons Penelope Kenny Fine art screen prints Alice Frost Pottery Maria Tilyard Textile creatures Lizzie Needles Needle felting Ompompom Graphic knitted textile designer Lâontine Soulier Illustrations Barbara Jones Frocks The Stealthy Rabbit Paper mâché Little Birdy Ceramics Silver Spur Silver jewellery Seventy Seven Seas Recycled metal sculptures Tiki by Cécile Gilbert Resin jewellery www.thestanleyroadstore.co.uk thestanleyroadstore@gmail.com 07931 224449 HOUSE Fr 18.00-21.00, Sa-Su 11.00-18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Also open 2, 3, 4 June 11

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Insect jewellery from reclaimed metals Izzie Roffe-Silvester Andalusian Hills: Guy Pickford BEYOND THE LEVEL 6 The Bumblebee House 67a Preston Road, Brighton BN1 4QE Patricia Finnegan Painting, drawing and printmaking Guy Pickford Painting Carol Patten Print making Sarah Gladden Drawing and illustration Ed Babb Mixed media and photography Tom McNally Drawing and illustration Just beyond Preston Circus you will find The Bumblebee House. Here you can discover the work of six artists new to the Open House scene. Come and explore a house full of creativity, from puppets to paintings to comics. And make sure you don't miss the chance to meet the old men in the shed. thebumblebeehouse@gmail.com NEW HOUSE 7777 80898/818 12.00-18.30 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 8 Nature versus Nurture 77 Ditchling Rise Brighton BN1 4QN Come and explore this newly decorated Open House, specialising in works of intricacy. The exhibiting artists have an eye for detail and there will be a varied array of work on show. Enjoy refreshments in the garden while you’re there. Inspired by nature, influenced by nurture, intertwined with humour. Izzie Roffe-Silvester Jewellery, paintings, reclaimed wood Charlotte Roffe-Silvester Watercolour and gouache paintings Claire Silvanna Cullen Print designer and artist Zoe Charlotte Surface pattern designer and illustrator Small Woolly Elephant Animal sculptures and potted plants www.izzieroffesilvester.etsy.com isabel.roffe-silvester@bath.edu 07545 313470 NEW HOUSE 7777 80898/818 11.00-18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 7 Glass In Fusion Unit 9 Beaconsfield Studios, 25 Ditchling Rise, Brighton BN1 4QL 9 Jennifer Beresford 115 Ditchling Rise, Brighton BN1 4QP Divas 2016: Jennifer Beresford West Pier in Gold - Kiln Formed Glass Panel: Stephanie Else/Glass In Fusion A fabulous glass studio, showcasing a vibrant collection of kiln-formed glass artworks. On show will be gorgeous glass bowls, panels, framed glass pictures and sculptural pieces. Also on display will be striking contemporary jewellery designs, unique screen printed Tshirts, prints and cards, beautiful illustrations and handmade leather goods. Come along and be amazed! Stephanie Else Fused glass Sebastian Bolivar Handmade jewellery Inky Biscuits Silkscreen printing Graham Whitaker Leatherwork Dawn Elizabeth Williams Illustration www.glassinfusion.co.uk stephanie@glassinfusion.co.uk 07887 975818 STUDIO OR WORKSHOP 11.00 - 18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 12 An established Open House returns in 2017, exhibiting exciting work, ranging from painting to garden sculpture. There will also be a variety of smaller, original decorative pieces in mixed media. Cards, canvas and giclée prints will be available. Jennifer Beresford Figurative painting in oils Ewelina ‘Lu’ Milian Driftwood art Susan Mills Stained glass Kara Sanches Garden sculpture Andy Walters Decorative carved wood Debbie Green Hand built pottery jennifer.beresford123@btinternet.com 11.00-18.00 01273 620041 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 HOUSE 29 30 31

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Anna Mills 'Brighton Rooftops' Burning Bright: Chris Hawkins BEYOND THE LEVEL 10 Archipelago studio 79 Beaconsfield Road, Brighton BN1 4QJ Artists’ studio with an exciting mix of artists including jewellers, painters, illustrators, ceramicists and mixed media. Shortlisted for best Open House last year. Chris Hawkins Jewellery and paintings SolaaJewellery Jewellery Tanya Ufer Precious jewellery seecreatures Surface pattern Lucy Williams Mixed media Mayah Jewellery Jewellery Rachel Entwistle Potter Laura Henderson Wooden spoons Helen Joubert Sea impressions Kitty Griffiths Jewellery Elmi Terjavjainen Drawings Mia Underwood Mixed media Natalia Jaffe Geometric fusion www.chrishawkinsjewellery.com chris@chrishawkinsjewellery.com 07875 929858 7777 80898/818 STUDIO OR WORKSHOP 11.00-18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 12 Preston Park Recovery Centre 18 Preston Park Avenue, Brighton BN1 6HL Southdown Mental Health Recovery Services present a diverse and vibrant mix of painting, sculpture, photography and film. The work is displayed in Preston Park Recovery Centre, a double fronted Victorian Villa overlooking the park. The exhibition is curated by local artist Judy Martin. This is our third year of participating in the festival, showcasing the work of many talented artists who use the Recovery Services. The exhibition aims to build bridges between our artists and the wider community of Brighton and Hove www.southdownhousing.org recoveryservices@southdownhousing.org 01273 565049 INSTITUTION 15.00-18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 11 Brighton Etch Cornerhouse 15a Stanford Avenue, Brighton BN1 6DW Brighton Etch fine art printmakers Jo and Heike have joined forces with talented artists and makers to create a vibrant exhibition of exquisite works of art and craft. We welcome visitors to our ground floor Open House, with tea and cake in the garden provided by Jane Harvell and Jay Curtis (with the help of some cake fairies). Heike Roesel Etchings and watercolours Jo Riddell Etchings and woodcuts Liz Toole Paintings on wood Dolores Swift Neoma Design Bespoke leather bags Kathie Murphy Resin jewellery Tanja Ufer Precious jewellery www.heikeroesel.co.uk heike@heikeroesel.co.uk 07962 615445 HOUSE 7777 80898/818 11.00-18.00 M TWT F SS 1 234567 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Yellow fields by the Sea, Etching: Heike Roesel Pete Fraser We lost a dear friend and member of Brighton’s art community to cancer at the end of 2016. Pete Fraser was a member of the Beyond the Level group and with his partner Frances Bloomfield hosted a very popular open house at 30 Gerard Street for several years. Pete was a great host, always up for a chat about his own meticulous, sharp, witty and experimental mixed media work. He was also incredibly supportive of Frances's work and career in a completely selfless way. Visitors would always comment on the high quality presentation of the show and this was a result of Pete’s consummate professionalism. He recognised that special quality the open houses have, and would put visitors at ease by being willing to talk about all the art work on display as well as sharing cuttings from plants in the garden, discussing books and music and promoting our shared ideals and values. His valuable contribution to this community will be greatly missed. 13

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