| Coastal Currents '16
Open Studios taking place this September
3rd / 4th & 10th / 11th
11am - 5pm Saturday & Sunday
Come and visit me to see my new work as well as work from printmakers who use letterpress, lino, risograph, etching and silk screen to make their mark.
And while your there try your hand at letterpress printing yourself.
Featuring work from:
Clem Marshall Boland
| Other Open Studios very near by
Hanging By A Thread Embroidery No.35
Unit 1, Britannia Enterprise Centre
Hand-embroidery artist Charlotte Bailey, is revolutionising traditional technique with
contemporary subject matter. Royal School of Needlework trained Charlotte also worked on the Royal Wedding Dress. Small items, stitched jewellery, artwork and prints for sale and commissions welcomed. Not your grandma’s needlework!
The Basketry Workshop No.40
Unit Britannia Enterprise Centre
Originally trained by professional makers in England, Scotland and Ireland Julie Gurr makes a range of traditional and contemporary basketry items. Come and see baskets being made and a variety of items for sale including baskets, sculpture, and decorations.
Georgia Scott No.41
Studio 5, Britannia Enterprise Centre
Sculptural lighting tailored to architectural spaces on all scales, from public to domestic, from grand to intimate, using materials such as woven metal meshes and glass to produce an atmospheric blend of ethereal silhouettes, subtle shapes and light.
Over Wrought Forge No.43
Unit 2, Britannia Enterprise Centre
Now in their second year, Tobias Cobrin and Ben Crosthwaite have fully established themselves as artists in metal in the centre of Hastings.
Fire meets steel and what emerges can be as simple as an elegant hook for hanging jackets or kitchen pots right through to stylish railings for the garden of your dreams. With full 3D design facilities and access to the latest technology, traditional skills can be deployed to the most exacting requirements. The results will both please and serve for many years. Metal, like good design, endures.