Members of The Association of Sussex Artists will be exhibiting their work and demonstrating their creative process at Parham on Sunday 24th July 2022. Working from gazebos in Fountain Court, approximately a dozen professional and amateur painters, sculptors and potters from West and East Sussex will be showcasing their work.
Here, we introduce a selection of the artists who will be joining us and explore their different artistic styles.
Linda is a Botanical Artist with a passion for watercolour painting, drawing her inspiration from her beautiful garden and worldwide travels. She has a particular interest in the intricate detail of her natural subjects and holds a diploma from the Society of Botanical Artists. Linda is a member of the Horsham School of Botanical Artists and the Leonardslee and Nyman’s Florilegium. To view Linda’s work, please visit www.artistsandillustrators
With a lifelong passion for Ancient Egyptian art combined with a technological curiosity into how things are made, Mick’s artistic talent lies in replicating beautifully carved stonework that can be found on the walls of Ancient Egypt’s tombs and temples. Mick splits his time between his career as a historic-aviation journalist and his stone carving and Egyptological pursuits. Recently he has completed a one acre Egyptian-themed meadow garden at Chiddingstone Castle in Kent.
Jennifer is a self-taught artist who works with a range of media, including watercolour, oils, acrylics and pastels, with a preference for graphite pencils. Jennifer enjoys a variety of challenging subjects, with a keen interest in wildlife and nature. Recent works have covered many subjects, from automotive vehicles to subjects linked to the First World War.
A largely self taught artist, Tim has experimented with a variety of media and sculpting methods, having tried wood, clay and casting before arriving at his current preferred material, stone. Tim makes mostly abstract pieces which strive to combine forms with descriptive lines and finds inspiration in a variety of everyday items, from pieces of string to animals. His main and recurring theme however is abstracts derived from the human figure.
Alison is a professional wildlife artist based near the village of Warnham. She has won many awards for her unique style, interpreting wildlife in a semi abstract and colourful way. The paintings are full of movement and colour harmonies. She is well known for her contemporary wildlife paintings.
The exhibition will run from 12pm – 5pm on Sunday 24th July 2022. To visit the exhibition, you can either book tickets in advance by clicking here, or purchase tickets to the Garden on arrival.