Artists Open Houses Brochure May 2014

 

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Exceptional art, perfectly framed Used Ja ck Land scape b y The S trange Case Other artists available: Sir Peter Blake • Damien Hirst Banksy • Mr Brainwash • Marc Quinn Pure Evil • Dave White Ben Eine • Ben Allen Compa ny with an interest free loan 0% APR REPRESENTATIVE 13 Bond Street Brighton BN1 1RD 01273 724 829 brighton@artrepublic.com www.artrepublic.com The credit advertised is provided by one credit provider with whom we have a commercial relationship. Archer Publications Ltd (t/a artrepublic) is a licenced broker of Own Art loans. Registered address: 13 Bond Street, Brighton, BN1 1RD 5 APRIL TO 15 JUNE 2014 BRIGHTON MUSEUM & ART GALLERY A SLICE OF LIFE Peter Doig Red Deer 1990. Arts Council Collection © the artist 03000 290900 visitor.services@brighton-hove.gov.uk www.brighton-hove-rpml.org.uk free admission

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Official Sponsor CONTENTS Introduction Jonny Hannah @ The Old Market Open Houses Open Exhibition Brighton and Hove map Key to symbols OPEN HOUSES IN BRIGHTON & HOVE Beyond The Level Brunswick Town Central Dyke Road Fiveways Hanover Hove Kemptown Seven Dials West Hove Independent Houses 9 15 21 27 31 39 43 49 55 61 67 2 4 5 6 8 Sponsors & Supporters OPEN HOUSES IN SURROUNDING AREA Ditchling Newhaven and Ouse Independent Houses 77 83 86 Cover artist Jonny Hannah has regularly exhibited in the Artists Open Houses for over a decade, initially at Six and more recently The Wolf at the Door. This May Jonny is exhibiting at Ravenswood (see page 12). There will also be an exhibition of Jonny’s work at The Old Market in Hove, running from April 11th to May 25th (see page 4 for details). Since graduating from first, Liverpool Art School, then the Royal College of Art, Jonny has been in great demand as an illustrator, all the while pursuing his own painting and printmaking work, in addition to teaching at Solent School of Art and Design in Southampton. aoh.org.uk 1

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ARTISTS OPEN HOUSES 2014 For four weekends in May, the Brighton and Hove Artists Open Houses (AOH) festival throws open its 200 front doors, inviting you inside to see the work of over 1,000 artists and makers. The festival provides a unique opportunity to meet the artists and makers in their studios and homes and to view and buy artwork directly from them. Showcasing everything from paintings, prints, sculpture, photography and video, to ceramics, glassware, textiles, and jewellery, the Artists Open Houses offers something for everyone. Many venues also hold workshops and events, offering you the opportunity to participate as well (visit the AOH online Events page for times and details www.aoh.org.uk). The Open Houses festival is an open to all, inclusive event, welcoming young and marginalized artists alongside its many established, professional artists. This year we are pleased to introduce the AOH Young Artists Project, piloted in five venues, where young artists both exhibit their work and develop useful learning skills for the future. Some of the most exciting work from this year’s Open House artists can be seen in the curated open submission exhibition: ‘Translations’, in the extraordinary Drawing Room, upstairs at The Regency Town House (see p5). Also don't miss AOH 2014 brochure cover artist Jonny Hannah’s extraordinary exhibition ‘The Road To Darktown’, at The Old Market, Hove (see p4). Follow a trail or take your pick – be inspired, take part, or just enjoy the experience of visiting Artists Open Houses. Judy Stevens Festival Director, Artists Open Houses AOH Team Judy Stevens festival director Chris Lord print design and development Kate Helmer administration and web support Claire Quigley finance Fran Swaine website content, marketing and social media Jay Curtis advertising and sponsorship Guy Maberley blogs AOH Consultative Group Nicola Coleby, Simon Martin, Bill Randall AOH artists: Martha Mitchell, Tim Jukes, John Whiting Thanks Peter, Daniel, Nicola and Ben at Surface Impression, Pandora at Bullet PR, Paul, Angi, Andrew at The Latest for their help. Also, The Laughing Dog Gallery, Roger at Victor Boorman & Co and all our sponsors and supporters for their continued help. AOH Young Artists Project An exciting new development from the Artists Open Houses! Look out for five young artists from Brighton University and Art in Mind (raising awareness of mental health issues through art), exhibiting in six Open Houses. The houses are sponsoring the young artists by providing space and mentoring skills. This is a pilot project which AOH hopes to develop in the future – keep a check on the website to see developments if you’d like to get involved next year. Open Houses taking part in the Young Artists Project are listed below – look for this symbol Y q BRUNSWICK TOWN Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre (page 18) Jude Hart (mentor) and Lisa Buttery q FIVEWAYS 31 Havelock Road (p34) Fran Doherty (mentor) and Josie Rogerson q SEVEN DIALS Olive Tree Artists (p56) Jane Abbott (mentor) and Josie Rogerson NHR Organics (p57) Laura Hoy (mentor) and Roo Hassan q INDEPENDENT HOUSES q DITCHLING 131 Preston Drove (p73) Jesse Leroy Smith (mentor) and Becky Netley Ditchling Museum and Art and Craft Centre (p80) Lucy Jenner (mentor) and Kirsty Lumm CONNECT WITH US Artists Open Houses @artistshouses artistshouses 2

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¡ Become a Friend of AOH By becoming a Friend of AOH, you are helping to provide valuable support for artists taking part in the Artists Open Houses festival, helping to keep costs affordable for artists at all stages of their careers, including school and college students, as well as marginalised artists. As a not for profit company that currently receives no public funding, AOH relies on it’s supporters. Your annual £15 subscription will give you: q The Artists Open Houses brochure sent to your address at May and Christmas q E-newsletters in the run up to and during the AOH festivals q Your name listed on our Friends section of the AOH website q Invitations to the AOH launch party, Awards Night Event and other VIP events Why not make someone you know a Friend of AOH as a gift? If you would like to subscribe, please fill in and return this form, with a cheque for £15, made out to Artists Open Houses Limited to: Artists Open Houses Ltd 6 Clifton Street, Brighton BN1 3PH Title (Mr/Mrs/Ms etc) First name Travel information Bus www.buses.co.uk q Flat Single Rate Fare £2.40 (£2.00 within city centre) q One day's unlimited travel from £4.10 online price with a "key card", from www.smartbuses.co.uk. q Large discounts for children and teenagers q Senior citizens can travel free off-peak q Tourist fare £1.50 (between Brighton Station and Churchill Square, Brighton Pier or Royal Pavilion) q Short hop fares £1.80 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. Parking www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/ parking-and-travel/parking Motorists can use the same Pay & Display ticket to park in different bays around the city so long as the tariff bands and values are the same, the ticket is not expired and it is displayed correctly. Surname Address (we will send your AOH brochures to this address) Postcode Email address Design: Graphic Detail: info@graphicdetail.co.uk Print: Gemini Press http://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. Open House Events Many Open Houses offer you the chance to explore your creative side through hands-on workshops and other events. For all event information see the Events page of the AOH website: www.aoh.org.uk/events 3

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TRANSLATIONS Open House Open Exhibition, Upstairs @ The Regency Town House Joachim Lambrecht: Rippenkugel Pippa Darbyshire: Chimney pots in 2 The Open Houses Open Exhibition is a curated open submissions exhibition that showcases some of the most exciting work from artists and makers exhibiting in the Artists Open Houses festival. This year the Open Houses Open Exhibition will be shown in the extraordinary Drawing Room, upstairs at The Regency Town House, a location much loved by artists and visitors for its distressed grandeur. All artists exhibiting in the Artists Open Houses festival were invited to submit works, which broadly responded to this year’s exhibition theme of ‘Translations’. Submissions in any media, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, textiles, jewellery, ceramics were welcome. Nearly ninety artists submitted more than 300 works for the exhibition and, as in previous years, only a small percentage of work could be selected. The wide variety and high quality of the submissions made the selection an enjoyable if often difficult process. We have focused on selecting work which stood out both conceptually and in its formal execution, and which resonated with the domestic setting of The Regency Town House. The works on show reflect the vibrancy and dynamism, as well as the diversity in media and techniques, of art on show throughout the city in the Artists Open Houses. We hope you will enjoy this exciting exhibition in a prominent location, where the selected work will be shown throughout the May festival period. The exhibition will be open on weekends from the 3rd-25th May. 5 Kay Aplin: Botanical Structures Tony Bowen: 5952 east sussex - regret Tony Bowen: Tony Bowen: 6249 wanstead flats - rumours 6360 whitechapel - call me The selected artists are: Kay Aplin, Tony Bowen, Linda Calvert, Donya Coward, Pippa Darbyshire, Lucy Delano, Joachim Lambrecht, Bernard Lodge, Christobal Ocha, Robert Peel, Ella Robinson, Nikki Ward, Miranda Ellis The Open House Open Exhibition is curated by: Katy Norris Assistant Curator, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester Jenny Lund Curator of Fine Art, The Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove

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HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE The map on pages 6 and 7, gives an overview of venues within the city and the listings for those venues can be found in pages 9 to 76. Listings for venues in the surrounding area can be found from pages 77 to 87. Information relating to opening times, opening dates and facilities offered by venues, can be found in the box at the bottom of each listing. Calling all Judges The Best Artists Open House Award sponsored by the Latest, is again opening up the judging process to the public this year. From the start of the festival, simply go to www.thelatest.co.uk, or www.aoh.org.uk, follow the links and place a vote for the house that you believe best captures the spirit of Artists Open Houses. The top three nominated houses will go through to the final of Best Artists Open House Award. Read Latest 7 magazine for more details during the May festivals. www.thelatest.co.uk www.aoh.org.uk KEY TO SYMBOLS Venues listings Opening times (24hr clock) Type of venue Facilities offered (see below for details) 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Dates open (in bold type) Dates not open (in light type) Refreshments served Live music Disabled access Easy parking Garden open Food served Workshops and demonstrations NE W New venue – first year open Maps 10 Open House venues 10 Venues in other adjacent trails Photo courtesy J Kay Aplin PRESTON PARK STATION J Kay Aplin: Gorseinon wall relief, 3.5 x 2.5m, The Ceramic House (Above). Winner J Kay Aplin holding the 2013 Best Open House Award, at the awards night (below). Station BRIGHTON MUSEUM Landmark building Church P Car Park Built up areas Park or urban green area Rural area Water aoh.org.uk 8

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q S TO BEYOND THE LEVEL NGDEAN TER RNE AV E ST AN Sponsors Seawhite of Brighton Ltd www.seawhite.co.uk Moe's@ The Circus www.facebook.com/ MoesatTheCircus 27 9 10 AV E 17 28 8 SOUTHD RD D FO R H OL GRANTHAM LO ND ON FLORENCE RD FO R RO AD RIC HM ON D DY KE 11 ST AN IELD INGF SPR 12 1 13 AD RO ES NC PRI RD C LL FR EE A2 3 RUG BY ROAD 12 2 29 L IN AV D 11 9 8 HOLD T EY DRI VE www.beyond-the-level.org.uk RESTON PARK 13 1 14 15 1 ERRACE ROAD 27 7 31 S RE D LONDON ROAD STATION E 2 ED ES INB TH OM Beyond the Level LUCE PS O K RD D FIEL RY R D AVE DITCHLIN G RD ACE T ER R AVE R N PA D ROA ROA D AS VILL E K AV NUE ROAD GD EA OWN AVE N RD B EA C O NS F MEL I EL D D R IV E ROU ND HI 5 RD RO AD 10 CH DIT LIN IS G R 3 30 RD RO AD 3 HA B OUR DE CLY WA KEF IELD RD S TA N F O RD PK CR ES PL LE M ROA D PRESTONVILLE RD EN W NE D ND R GLA W VIADU EN HA ER NO CR E S VE HA R CO NO ST V W LEM ER LIN A AN TER CO SHI LN NG ST TO ST AR N TS ST T HOW ARD RD REET CLIFTON ST S T RO AD R N Beyond the Level has become one of the main Open House attractions in the annual Artists Open Houses Festival. Now in its 20th year and 13 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 Brighton. Situated north and west of the Level recreation area, the group 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 of the Trail 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, 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 EL O O RD RD IL TH CO ES W WEST T HILL RD N TO MP T LS BRIGHTON STATION C H E AP SO UT 3 3 ST SIDE HO VE 4 PL R 5 PL LU T TH BA E AV T H AN NG HE R ST BU C K’ H AM P L COB DE N OV IS LI ST ALS 2 ER THE LEVEL HAM PDE N RD M HA AT CH PL KINGSB’Y ST 6 ST HOW AR DP L 2 AGNE S ST 1 ELM GROV E WEL LING TON 7 CT RO AD ROSE HILL T ERR 6 ROSEH ILL NE W P’R TS T 8 STA N ES LEY R D S M’TIN ST RO AD 5 S D NE ST ST AR D GERR ST HST’R WINC PRI N CES C RE S PRESTON CIRCUS NE 7 UP PE ST R LE W UR GH RD RT ING RO A TO LE WA R D HA MI O LT N RO K AN FR IG RD 4 H LIN AD PK CRE S ON GT LI N EL W AD RO AD RO W GL AN D ST DITC HLING RO AD LO N DON OA D OR D R W MI N DY K E R OA US R D D RD

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q BEYO ND THE L E V E L 1 Freehold Studio 3 2A 19 Freehold Terrace, Brighton BN2 4AA 07786 078571 | elainebewley@gmail.com | www.elainebewley.com Sarah Bonnot-Tijhaar: Palace Pier Elaine Bewley 2A Edinburgh Road, Brighton BN2 3HY 01273 278613 | nicki.corbett@hotmail.co.uk | www.sarahbonnot.com Elaine Bewley Thought provoking and witty sculpture and installation made from discarded and found materials. First time Open House artists, Nicki and Sarah, are the two Artists at 2A offering an exciting mix of original mosaics and acrylic paintings. Multi-textured mosaic artwork brightens the interior and garden. Colourful paintings are inspired by local scenes with a nostalgic flavour. We look forward to welcoming you. Nicki Corbett Mosaics Sarah Bonnot-Tijhaar Acrylics 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M STUDIO/WORKSHOP T W T F S S M T W T F NE W 11.00-17.00 S S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F NE W S S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2 Don’t Look Now Gallery Radek Andrle: The Chariots 4 1 Newport Street Following last year’s successful debut, Radek Andrle returns to Brighton, bringing his unique collection from his home city of Prague. Enjoy this opportunity to see his wonderful sculptures inspired by the beauty of the human body in male and female forms, including a selection of his new work. Radek Andrle Metal and tin 52B Upper Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 3FH 07970 887604 | photogerrard@msn.com | Search Facebook: Don't Look Now Gallery John Fowler: Don’t Look Now Ground Floor Flat, 1 Newport Street, Brighton BN2 3HL 01273 911289| radek.andrle@seznam.cz | http://www.radekandrle.cz Welcome to our brand new Open House showing photography and, unusually, video from an international line-up of artists. We have a wide range of very beautiful, interesting and sometimes challenging imagery in both moving and still form for you to feast your eyes on. My daughter has also promised homemade cakes and refreshments...mmmm nice. John Fowler Photography and video Rob Silverstone Photography MeseB C Photography and video Anna Hopkins Photography Dawn Mead Photography NE W 11.00-17.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 10

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B E YO ND TH E L E VE L q 5 37 Park Crescent 7 30 Gerard Street 37 Park Crescent, Brighton BN2 3HB 01273 605147 | parkcrescent37@gmail.com | www.jennyshaw.com Elisabeth Bell: Chair Frances Bloomfield: Dialogue Domestique 4 30 Gerard Street, Brighton BN1 4NW 01273 621084 | f.bloomfield@btinternet.com | www.francesbloomfield.com Opening for the 5th year, we invite you to view our new work in this spacious and light-filled early Victorian house. Here you will find Elisabeth Bell’s bold and arresting drawings, Michelle Cobbin’s joyous and uplifting paintings, David Graham’s luminous fused glass, Peter Haynes’s delightful stone sculptures, Allison Quick’s elegant and robust jewellery, and our host Jenny Shaw, with striking and intriguing paintings and drawings. Frances Bloomfield Mixed media Pete Fraser Collage Janet Brooke Lino and screen prints Bryan Ellery Bronze portrait heads Julie Kirk Silver jewellery Katka Sedlackova Ceramics Angie Meaden Ink drawings 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 6 Volcanic Editions Jennifer Beresford, 2013: Seaside 8 Jennifer Beresford 16 Rose Hill Terrace, Brighton BN1 4JJ 115 Ditchling Rise, Brighton BN1 4QP 01273 620041 | jennifer.beresford123@btinternet.com Pam Aldridge: Rhino on the Roof, Etching Pam Aldridge Recent prints exhibited in London, including the Royal Academy Summer Show. Ian Brown Works in public collections include: Tate Britain, V&A, Arts Council of Great Britain, British Libraries Special Collection, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, USA. Framed limited edition fine art prints in a range of media. Unframed prints in the browsers are by artists using the studio over the last twelve months. Sundays only. Welcome to an exhibition of vibrant, exciting work which includes sculptures, displayed in a Dungeness-themed garden. Jennifer Beresford Landscapes in acrylics Andy Walters Carved wood, decorative items Liz Lyddon Print making Jackie Jones Silver jewellery Howard Johnston Wood carvings Sylvie Howitt Paper cuts on vintage maps Debbie Green Hand-built pottery, garden sculptures Tara Grant Etchings Chris Burchell Collins Sculpture in metal and wood Thea Zl Wilkins Illustration Marian Gerrett Stained glass 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M STUDIO/WORKSHOP T W T F S S M T W T F S S 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 11

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q BEYO ND THE L E V E L 9 99 11 Betty and Friends 99 Ditchling Rise, Brighton BN1 4QP 01273 697498 | barbara@beanbagboudoir.co.uk | www.barbarajonesretro.co.uk Betty Shek: Hand embroidered seahorse felt brooch Lost and Foundry: cat lamp Garden Flat, 20a Springfield Road, Brighton BN1 6DA 07857 114183 | bettywcshek@yahoo.co.uk | www.facebook.com/BettyAndFriendsArtistsOpenHouse Betty Shek Felt art, buttons and up-cycled jewellery Elizabeth Anne Norris Silver enamel jewellery Adam Regester Art and illustration Flip Underdown Kilnformed and leaded glass art PopCorny Screenprinted artworks Nnuroj Non-conventional knit-wares SpecialCANmade Artisan handcrafted jewellery Barbara Jones Frocks Mary Dean Wool and felt Eric Pearson Ceramics Karen Ongley-Snook Glass jewels Chrissy Smith One-off bags Lara Sparks Embroidery Hoity Toity Vintage style jewellery Harry Crampton Fine art photograhy Bill Donohoe Floral prints Siobhan FitzGerald Local jams and preserves Lost and Foundry Recycled lamps Myra Harud Cardigans Betty Bib Fairies Sherry Humpreys Willowood wreaths Madame Treacle Vintage inspired cards Katie Young Enameler Sam Wilson Paper cuts Clair Boubli Jewellery 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 10 Glass in Fusion Jo Riddell: Two Silos 12 Ravenswood Unit 9 Beaconsfield Studios, 25 Ditchling Rise, Brighton BN1 4QL 07887 975818 | info@glassinfusion.co.uk | www.glassinfusion.co.uk Stephanie Else: Birds on Branch—embossed, kiln formed glass tile 28 Florence Road, Brighton BN1 6DJ 01273 507288 | cjriddell50@gmail.com | www.joriddell.net A fabulous glass studio, showcasing a vibrant collection of kiln formed glass artworks. The range includes jewellery, bowls and panels as well as stunning framed glass pictures and an array of fantastic gift ideas. Also featuring Ptolemy’s wonderful Hubcap Creatures. Come and be amazed! Stephanie Else Fused glass Ptolemy Elrington Hubcap creatures An eclectic mix of printmaking, illustration, fine art photography, jewellery and sculpture, with tea and cakes in the garden. Jo Riddell Etching and wood cut Chris Riddell Illustrations Heike Roesel Etchings Tony Bowen Prints Tanja Ufer Applied art, metal Si Uwins Wood and metal Ed Kluz Paper collage and print Jonny Hannah Painting Kate Helmer and Siobhan FitzGerald Tea and cake 11.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M STUDIO/WORKSHOP T W T F S S M T W T F S S 11.00-17.00 S S M T W T F S S M HOUSE T W T F S S M T W T F S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 12

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B E YO ND TH E L E VE L q 13 Hummingbird Studio 107 Havelock Road, Brighton BN1 6GL 01273 556684 | barbiane@madasafish.com | www.hummingbirdstudio.co.uk Fay George: Bird We’re delighted to welcome you again to this year’s brilliant collection of new work by: Barbara Spurr Landscape paintings and prints Bebe Bird Ceramics Lucy Jenner Photo montage Roger Slater Large wooden vessels John Culligan Organic wooden bowls, vases and candlesticks Clare Pyant Landscapes and prints Rachel Baker Upcyled vintage Fay George Raku birds and sculpture Vanessa Pease Nature inspired silver Jose Heasman Copper foil stained glass Claire Parker Cards 12.00-18.00 S S M T W T F S S M STUDIO/WORKSHOP T W T F S S M T W T F S S 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 13

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