Shane Jones

  I am a tree surgeon and now I enjoy making things like tables and lamps from different woods I have obtained. I like to play with different colours of wood to make an interesting contrasting effect. I am also collaborating with my wife Rosemary Jones who is an established linocut artist, and we are … Read more

Nick Orsborn

  PAINTINGS PRINTS AND CICADA JEWELLERY Born in London in 1948, he studied Fine Art at Kingston and Reigate Colleges of Art and has lived and worked in Brighton since 1970. In June 2020 he moved permanently to Worthing. Largely self-taught in the use of watercolour, it has been his medium of choice for the … Read more

Jacob Taghioff

  Hi, I am Jacob Taghioff, a local fine artist with a love of natural forms and colour. My paintings and drawings show my bold use of colours that reflect my childhood spent growing up in India. My pen and ink drawings harp back to the days that I trained as an Architect. I like … Read more

Rosemary Jones

  I am an artist specialising in linocut printmaking, and most of my images are of local landmarks in Worthing and the landscape of the South Downs. All my prints are original handmade linocuts, made with real ink, on real paper, on a real press, by me. Each print is unique because it is entirely … Read more

Four Hands

  Jo Studied fine art sculpture at Staffordshire University, graduating with a first class BAHons.On leaving college she worked for a model making company in Hertfordshire sculpting the original models for cartoon characters that were to be mass produced. After 3 years Jo left to combine teaching with a small part time glass etching business. … Read more

Jo-Anna Rawlings

  Jo-Anna Rawling’s 3D needle felting Artist work springs from the love of Natural materials and nature. Using the raw wool from sheep , wood from the land and inspiration from animal’s, Jo-Anna makes funny animal sculptures full of character giving so much joy to our day to day lives. Jo-Anna feels that through animals … Read more

Samantha Hobbs

  Hi, my name is Sam Hobbs and I am an Artist Teacher. I am Head of Art in a local secondary school and I also work with trainee art teachers at the University of Brighton. My degree is in textile design and before training to teach I owned a shop in the North Laine … Read more

Desiree Hart

  Reference material is gathered on location through sketching and photography.   Many visits to Africa have given me a wonderful collection of Big Game images to work with.    Our  English wildlife is also a continuous source of inspiration.  Being a member of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust enables me to spend much of my … Read more

Bernadette Stevenson

Owner/ maker of Bernies Glass Creations. I’m a local Worthing Glass artist, who has been working with traditional leaded, stained & fused glass for the past 15 Years. I also teach beginners glass classes in my garden workshop in central Worthing & offer gift vouchers, so a perfect gift for someone to have a creative … Read more

Julia Ann Field

  Commission Artist: Paintings, Prints and Cards Painting makes me happy. I get enormous pleasure from trying to capture on canvas our beautiful world and how it inspires me. I am a particularly passionate plein air painter, albeit a fair-weather one, but I also relish spending long hours in the studio finishing landscapes or creating … Read more

Tracie Callaghan

  Tracie Callaghan uses a variety of different media to create exciting and unusual artworks that celebrate the beauty of the natural world. Her work explores the relationship between subject matter and the media used, be that through the use of colour, historical or geographical context to create depth and share her passion for our … Read more

Wayne Longhurst

  Hello!  I am Wayne Longhurst, a linocut artist based in sunny (apparently) Worthing. I have been creating linocut prints for a few years now, teaching myself when I first heard about the medium 6 years ago (yep, I hadn’t heard about it until I was in my early 30’s, I guess it skipped my … Read more

Jill Leaney

  Jill Leaney comes from a long line of jewellers: ‘JAGOS’, who were established in St. Albans up until the mid-1970s.   “Primarily a Painter in Fine Art, I began my journey into Silver Smithing and jewellery after inheriting a quantity of ‘Antique Silver Cutlery’ in the mid-nineties. ‘Great I thought, I can put these … Read more

Two Faced Twins

Two Faced Twins is made up of identical twins, Stella and Gem from Worthing. Working together, they create striking artwork and homeware for contemporary homes. As a skilled artist, Stella creates the quirky, detailed illustrations. Gem takes over as lead designer, working on them digitally and adding colour. Stella has never been able to work with colour, and seeing as … Read more

Magical Nook Prints

Nook : noun. ‘A corner or recess, especially one offering seclusion or security ‘ ‘ My name is Fiona Hunter and I am the creator of the Magical Nook. Home to many magical animals and creatures. My formal art training was in Textile and Surface pattern design, which I studied at Bretton Hall College in … Read more

Krysia Drury

  My work is very colourful and I love painting people, portraits, landscapes and still-life using oils, acrylics or watercolours. I am also a printmaker specialising in Monotypes using a three colour process. I work from my studio in Shoreham and on location with other Artists. My training as a painter and printmaker was at … Read more

Jade Jeffers

  My name is Jade Jeffers & my company is JJ’s Beachcombing Art. I am originally from London and moved down to the South Coast just over 2 years ago. I have always been a creative and artistic person and when I moved I was able to visit the beach more and found more treasures. … Read more

Ben Fearnside

Local artist who works from his studios in Lancing. Real metals on canvas: gold, silver, copper, bronze, brass, iron and wire. I bond powder and leaf metals; combine them with acrylics and inks, acids, ammonia, shellacs and solvents. I use layering and a touch of alchemy. Controlled oxidisation reveals the teal colours of Verdigris or … Read more

Emma Cooper

  Following the completion of my Fine Art Painting degree at Brighton University I have continued to paint, and particularly enjoy using bright bold colours and textured work. My process usually begins intuitively and either stops at an abstract piece, or continues on until I see something in the paint to ‘pull out’ – usually … Read more

Emma Bennett

  I’m an Illustrator from Worthing and I sell digital prints of my work which is mainly artworks of Sussex. I have works of Worthing, Brighton, Hastings, Arundel, Cuckmere Haven and Bexhill to name just a few. My black and white style started back in 2003 after a particularly inspiring trip to New York. Here … Read more

Shireen Avis

  My journey started 40 years ago when I studied Textile Design and Technology at the Bulawayo College of Applied Art and Design in Zimbabwe. After rediscovering my creative roots through experimenting with various media and techniques I returned to using boot polish, a medium I loved as an art student. This creativity was a … Read more

Daisy Dawson

  A few years ago, while I was studying at Herefordshire College of Art and Design, I daubed acrylic, smoothed on pastels, crumbled charcoal and gouged and stamped lino prints endlessly. There was always one medium that I always returned to however. Watercolour and ink, with which I developed my illustrative style, although at the … Read more

Kitty McCurdy

  Kitty is a contemporary abstract painter, inspired by her local landscape, predominantly the sky. The works evolve, often over several months.  Her creative process is intuitive, building up, removing and reworking layers of the canvas. The end result is a subtle composition balancing tone texture and light. Kitty graduated with a degree in illustration … Read more

Sean Stones

Sean is a member of Adur Photographic Society, and through the group has developed an interest in landscape photography and further examples of his work can be viewed on his facebook pages. Sean has a passion for photographing wildlife and the natural world. It is a passion that Sean describes as a direct reflection of … Read more

Sarah Duffield BA Hons

  I have loved creating works of art for as long as I can remember. As a child I was fascinated by a painter who lived nearby and worked from his garage – it always looked like the ideal life to me! I studied art at school and then went on to Chichester University where … Read more

Petra Butler

I would to show others how I see the world. The slight changes in light. The striking colours of sunrises and sunsets. The hidden realms of misty days. The reflections in water and glass. I love being part of photography as it brings people together. It makes them talk. It makes them see. Petra fell … Read more

Peon Boyle

  I am a Sussex base Artist who uses printmaking as my medium. I work and live by the coast. I use everyday object to tell a story, it is not just my story but personal to whoever related to the object. It is about love, sacrifice, nurturing, loss, caring, desire, memory, indulgence, fragility and … Read more

Lorraine Heaysman

Dorset born now living in Worthing, Lorraine’s greatest love is to be out at dawn chasing the mist; her body of work reflects her passion. She says her love of being out early is deeply rooted in the times she spent out walking with her grandfather from her earliest years. Lorraine first picked up a … Read more

The Little Kraken

  My name is Ann Newell and I am the maker behind The Little Kraken, a small indie business run out of my back garden summerhouse in Shoreham-By-Sea. I am a mum of four and decided to start The Little Kraken after the birth of my youngest daughter in order to spend more time at … Read more

Helen Wiggins

  Helen  lives on Shoreham Beach and has always enjoyed exploring her creative side which can be seen both in her art and photography. Helen is a self taught artist and explored photography as a creative medium 10 years ago following success in a Sussex Life competition when she received her first publication. This is … Read more

Duncan Allen

  My art is colourful, my art is dark. It’s a kind of surreal pop art. I have painted various subjects over the years – cats, magical crystal balls and statues – but mostly trees, leafless trees. I feel a natural connection with them, and now have a small collection. Studying trees can reveal many … Read more

Jenni Watson

  I am a painter, weaver and print-maker. There is no deep and meaningful rationale for what I do. I simply enjoy the creative process for itself; it is the making, not the completing, that is compelling. Most of my work is inspired by a fascination with natural horizons – and the sea shore in … Read more

Paul Vincent

  Paul is a self taught landscape photographer based on the West Sussex coast near Chichester, where he has lived since 1978 with his wife and three children. Paul says “My fascination of photography was kindled as a young boy, by a school teacher who was a naval photographer with the North Atlantic Fleet in … Read more

Naomi Frances

  I have been working with glass for about 25 years, I love the colours and the textures that glass provides, and the long history that accompanies it. I like the structure that the making of stained glass gives me, but at the same time I am always looking for ways to push boundaries. I … Read more

Laura Swatridge

LovePetPics   LoveLetters   Everything I create I do so with great love, hence the names….LovePetPics, LoveLetters, and LoveFlowers. I am inspired by colour, beauty, words, detail, animals, amazing nature, process, fashion, music and the pyschedelic sixties. I have drawn all my life, I have been obsessed with letters since infants school and I have … Read more