Waiting Game is a new painting by Jane Denman for Brighton Art Fair
Damien Borowik makes handcrafted machines and uses them as creative tools to draw. With a strong emphasis in using unpredictability and chance in his work, Borowik explores the aleatoric mark-making qualities of the machines through automation and mediation. Currently, he controls the machines to create abstract Expanding Squares and deconstruct landscapes and cityscapes. See Damien’s… Read more »
We will be showing Emily Jo Gibbs’ exquisite stitched work in the foyer at the Brighton Art Fair. Emily Jo is a British artist who over the last two decades has established an international reputation for her textile pieces. Emily Jo’s current practice focuses on hand stitched textile portraits, and she has been working on… Read more »
For the Brighton Art Fair Ashley Jones will be exhibiting images taken from studies drawn and painted at the beach and on the street, exploring the shapes of people as singles, couples or in crowds and their relationship with each other and the space they are in. Ashley hopes to show how small images can still suggest… Read more »
Here is one Life Drawing by Paul Fenwick which he will be showing on his stand at the Brighton Art Fair. These drawings often provide the basis for his more improvised studio paintings and are the foundation of his practice.
Dawn Stacey was asked to design the front cover for Viva Lewes this month based on edible fungi and plants found in the wild. There’s also a lovely interview inside with images and mention of her work at Brighton Art Fair this year.
JFK Turner currently has a solo exhibition at The Brighton Fishing Quarter Gallery on Brighton seafront. The gallery is on the beach below the Old Ship Hotel between the piers. Jonathan will be showing a series of new work created especially for this exhibition. The show will run until Monday 15th August and will be… Read more »
Judith Davies makes ceramic sculpture and drawings. Her ceramic work is hand-built from porcelain, richly textured and coloured with layers of pigments and wax. Drawings are in layered washes of ink on very thin Japanese paper, overlaid with silver-point and are a large Ai size. Brighton Art Fair will be the first time Judith has shown… Read more »
This weekend Anna Bean created an installation / photo booth experience for The Humber Street Sesh called ‘Moonage Daydream’ where festival visitors were invited into a sci-fi otherworld to have their photographs taken with some Glam Rock Spiders from Mars. Performers The Giddy Kippers became characters based around David Bowie and Hull’s Mick Ronson. It… Read more »
The Cass Art Summer Giveaway is back for 2016 and this year, it’s bigger than ever with over £15,000 worth of prizes. From luxury art sets to high end stationery, art classes to art prints – there’s something to capture everyone’s attention. For your chance to win, enter here before midnight on 31 August 2016…. Read more »
Steve Forde is currently working on an artwork of Brighton West Pier available exclusively at the Brighton Art Fair. He is still working on the detailed drawings which he does in Adobe Illustrator using archival photos of the pier as reference. The final artwork will be a side elevation of the pier, complete with all architectural… Read more »
For the last nine years Linda Bristow has been concentrating on creating ceramic meadow flowers which are individually hand made sculptures which vary in size. More recently, she developed a new method of creating a meadow by using old printer’s trays in which she makes small tiles with wild flowers pressed into each one. The… Read more »