Lewes Artwave 2018

Artwave is the annual artists’ open houses event for the Lewes district. This year, I will be opening my house for ‘Art and Cake @ 66’. Six friends and I will be displaying our work and we will also be serving tea and cake for you to enjoy in the garden. Alongside my jewellery, there will be work by the following:

Caroline Chalton Hellyer – Ceramic Artist. Caroline is an experienced ceramic artist based in Lewes, utilising fluid, organic shapes and colours whilst retaining practical function. She is constantly exploring her craft and discovering new techniques, creating along the way a diverse range of colourful ceramics for the home.

Charly Greensted – Stone Sculptor. Charly has been sculpting in stone for 8 years. He likes to represent human conditions in his sculptures through both figurative and abstract forms that are inspired by nature.

Daniel Griffiths – Sculptor/ Blacksmith. Daniel Griffiths trained as a blacksmith before going on to study sculpture. He now combines both disciplines, using traditional skills and technology to create beautiful animal sculptures from his workshop in Stanmer.

Lou Light – Artist/ Designer. Lou Light is a Lewes-based artist/ designer and will be showing her bird-inspired pictures and cards. For Artwave, she will also be displaying her new work of intricate and colourful collaged flower pictures.

Anna Sherburn – Mixed-media Artist. Anna creates contemporary colour studies using found ephemera. For this year’s Artwave, antique postage stamps will be her theme, repurposed to create a series of arresting large framed pieces.

Kirsten Norbury – Portrait Artist. Kirsten is a Lewes-based artist who specialises in potraits in oils. She completed a degree in Fine Art at Leeds Metropolitan University and provides art workshops for adults and children through her company ArtStart.

We will be open (at 66 Priory Street, Lewes) on Sat 25th/ Sun 26th/ Bank Hol Mon 27th August and Sat 1st/ Sun 2nd Sept 11am – 5pm. Trail maps will be available in the lewes area nearer the time – see https://www.artwavefestival.org for more information. We hope you can come along.

 

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