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FIVEWAYS AR TIS T S OPEN HOUSES 2018

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CONTENTS F I V E WAYS A R T I S T S

LETTER FROM THE CHAIR................................ 3 Cover artwork by Fiveways Artist Philippa Stanton aka 5ftinf on her hugely popular Instagram account @5ftinf

ABOUT THE FIVEWAYS GROUP....................... 5 NEW HOUSES..................................................... 7 GARDENS OPEN................................................ 9 EXTRA EVENTS.................................................. 11 FIVEWAYS VIEWS............................................... 13 1. THE GARDEN HOUSE................................ 14 2. AVANT GARDEN POST-FUTURIST POP.... 16 3. EMILY BOO & FRIENDS@44...................... 18 4. DELICIOUS DELIGHTS................................ 20 5. 11 RUGBY ROAD........................................ 22

Most artist portraits taken by Fiveways Artist Sarah Ketelaars.

6. DAVID WILLIAMS AND GUESTS............... 24 7. 47 SOUTHDOWN AVENUE........................ 26 8. ONE-SIX-NINE............................................. 28 9. THEBIGFOREST EMPORIUM..................... 30 10. JEHANE’S OPEN HOUSE........................... 32 11. ‘WOW!’ THEY SAID.................................... 34

This publication designed and edited by Paul Lewis from House 8 (One-SixNine) and Perceptia Press. Fiveways website by webyogi.co.uk.

12. HUMMINGBIRD STUDIO............................ 36 13. UPFUNT HOUSE......................................... 38 14. ART@202...................................................... 40 15. PRINTHOUSE.............................................. 42 16. THE CICADA HOUSE.................................. 44 17. 358............................................................... 46 18. VARNDEAN SCHOOL................................. 48

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19. DOROTHY STRINGER................................. 49

Disclaimer While every care has been taken to make sure the quality of the information is correct at the time of going to print, the group reserves the right not to be held legally responsible for any mistakes or inaccuracies found within this publication.

24. THE OPEN HOUSE PUB............................. 58

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20. RASPBERRY SURPRISE............................... 50 21. TERESA WINCHESTER & FRIENDS........... 52 22. EVA WIBBERLEY & FRIENDS..................... 54 23. ART AT 23.................................................... 56 TRAIL MAP.......................................................... 64


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LETTER FROM THE CHAIR WELCOME TO FIVEWAYS 2018! 37 years and still going strong! 24 houses are opening, with three venues new to Fiveways. Jehane Boden Spiers is new to us, but for years opened The Yellow House in Kemptown, so she’s well-known in the Brighton art world. Her new venue is Jehane’s Open House, at 89 Waldegrave Road. Hiroko Lewis is now opening her own house, after several years of showing with Agnes Chevalier (now departed for new opportunities in St Leonards). Hiroko is at One-SixNine, 169 Preston Drove. Mary Middleton has now brought the fabulous Garden House to Fiveways, with a show of her own work within its amazing garden, a Brighton fixture which opens in the National Garden Scheme and, in the past, the muchlamented Garden Gadabout.

This year, not one but two brilliant pubs are supporting us and showing art; The Cleveland (see facing page) is now a generous sponsor, and The Open House both sponsors us and shows Fiveways artists’ work. Thanks goes to all our sponsors for ensuring that this magazine continues its success. Their help both financially and in terms of publicity is much appreciated. This year, we should thank Paul Lewis, husband of Hiroko, for taking over production of the magazine. Thanks also to Jude Clynick and team, who have masterminded the allimportant task of getting sponsorship. And further thanks to Dan Mackey and Adam Johnson who ably produced the magazine last year. Spring is coming (we are assured!), and we hope to see you in May visiting all the brilliant venues in Fiveways!

And, after a few years in India, we welcome back Rod Clark, opening Avant Garden Post-Futurist Pop on Springfield Road. Here at Cornwall Gardens, we are taking another break as work continues on our house. As ever, we welcome the two schools that are part of Fiveways, Varndean and Dorothy Stringer. They’re open on just one day but should definitely be visited. The variety and strength of the students’ work has to be seen.

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Mark Findlay

Chair, Fiveways Artists Group


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ABOUT THE FIVEWAYS GROUP “OPEN HOUSE PIONEERS” FIVEWAYS ARTISTS GROUP Fiveways is a locality in Brighton, high up on a hill above the city, and centred around the intersection of Preston Drove and Ditchling Road. It is an area renowned for the number of artist residents living and working closely together. In May, as part of the Brighton Festival, and also at Christmas, we open our houses as galleries to show curated exhibitions of our own and others’ work. But Fiveways Artists Group is more than open houses; it is a mutually supportive group of professional artists who work all year round. A diverse group, it includes ceramicists, photographers, illustrators, textile artists, makers, and painters representing all strands of creative practice. To find out more about our work—and perhaps commission an artist—do explore the profile pages and follow us on Twitter. If you are an artist living in Fiveways and the surrounding area, we welcome new members including Associate Members who are practising artists but who may not be opening their house during the Brighton Festival.

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OUR HISTORY The Fiveways Artists Group has a rich and interesting history. It was set up in 1981 by artist Ned Hoskins. He pioneered the idea of opening houses as galleries during the Brighton Festival. Now, more than thirty five years later, that idea has grown from a handful of venues to the current Artists Open House Festival spreading throughout Brighton, Hove, and beyond. If you are an artist and would like to join the group and have your own Open House, please look at our website for more information, www.fivewaysartists.co.uk, or contact Secretary, Eva Wibberley, on evawibberley@googlemail. com


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NEW HOUSES HOUSE 1: THE GARDEN HOUSE (See page 9 for details.)

Her work has been shown at venues including the ING Discerning Eye at the Mall Galleries in London, the Kimberly-Clark corporate HQ, and many AOH festivals.

HOUSE 2: AVANT GARDEN POST-FUTURIST POP RODERICK CLARK Life is patterned by circularity. After 5 years of holidaying from the travails of Open House, I return, with dusty suitcases, to begin again. Lotta Continua.

I also return with a new series of paintings made in Dorset over the past three years, and not previously exhibited. There are new formats, such as the multiple-canvas pieces and some large-scale works. The new pieces continue my preoccupations with colour, geometry, and precision and are increasingly formal in tone while still maximising their decorative attraction. There are also objects and even some ceramics—lets see! Pop still tugs the strings though, and this year’s collection of artists reflects this. There are numerous collaborative pieces on show where we have shared painting duties. So, having gathered my artists and girded my loins, I am looking forward to meeting the lovely people of Brighton—and Beyond. The sun may even shine! HOUSE 8: ONE-SIX-NINE

HIROKO LEWIS After graduating with a degree in Fine Art from Kanazawa College of Art, Hiroko Lewis pursued a career as artist, porcelain pattern designer, and illustrator in Japan, exhibiting widely including at the prestigious National Art Centre in Tokyo. Since moving to Brighton in 2011, she has expanded her repertoire to include metal leaf and patination, fascinated by the glow of haku metal materials and patination, which add extra dimensions and colours, allowing a degree of expression that normal paints cannot achieve. She uses these chemical reactions to create patinas which are then integrated with oil paint and other traditional media to form a collaboration between unrestrained nature and control. 7

Resonance (above), a major commission in oil, metal leaf, and patination for law firm Cripps LLC, was completed in February 2017. Comprising ten panels, and measuring 1.5m x 5m, it fills the lobby at their Tunbridge Wells offices. HOUSE 10: JEHANE’S OPEN HOUSE

JEHANE BODEN SPIERS Born & bred in Brighton, Jehane studied Textile Design at Winchester School of Art in the early 1990s. Her medium is paper & fabric collage often incorporating embroidery. With over 25 years in the creative industries, her designs have been used worldwide for a wide range of products including textiles, gift-wrap, and greeting cards, published by Sanderson Fabrics, Gallery Five, Stewo, Boots plc, and The Paper House Group. Other clients include Liberty, English Heritage, the RSC, and Vienna & Sydney Opera Houses. Jehane has over 15 years’ experience as an agent and is founder of artists agency JEHANE Ltd. She has licensed art by contemporary artists including Cressida Bell, Paul Thurlby, and Ken Eardley. Jehane also offers one-toone consultancy and portfolio reviews to emerging and established artists. Jehane is thrilled to be re-opening her house after a five year break.


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GARDENS OPEN Many Open Houses also feature a garden which may contain anything from art to refreshments. See individual listings for details, but below are a couple of highlights! HOUSE 1: THE GARDEN HOUSE Tucked away behind number 5 Warleigh Rd, just north of The Level, nestles a garden arguably one of the seven wonders of the Brighton world! Back in the 1880s, this wedge of land between Warleigh and Shaftesbury Roads was a thriving market garden, producing food and flowers for the local people. Decline and dereliction gradually set in, and the garden was in a sorry state when Bridgette and Graham moved in 17 years ago. Bridgette, a horticulture lecturer and garden designer Deborah, practise what they preach in the careful planning and development of this now remarkable space. As well as year-round horticultural interest, with brilliant planting, a greenhouse, vegetable plot, fruit, and rose arches, The Garden House provides a learning space for creative and inspirational courses and events (gardenhousebrighton.co.uk).

the looming Viaduct (look out for my prints of it) and now simplified but with added contrasts. During May, it is the site for games actual and metaphysical. Maul-Topiary Croquet and Dazzle Ping-Pong are the preferred ball games, but the space also allows meditations on the organic and the constructed, plus the tea and cake, and in early evenings, Sauron’s Hop-On/Hop-Off Hot Coals Experience is fired up. And of course, it leads to the shed studio wherein my fabulous daughter displays her unique perspective on the art of the knitted. The only way out is through. HOUSE 5: 11 RUGBY ROAD Discover garden sculpture, plants for sale, and a pop-up cafe to sit and relax for a while. Plus pick-your-own ceramic mushrooms in the front garden. HOUSE 22: EVA WIBBERLEY & FRIENDS The garden will be open with sculpture to admire, plus tea, coffee, and homemade cakes (always at least one guten-free option).

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EXTRA EVENTS HOUSE 14: ART@202 Keith Pettit will be demonstrating chainsaw carving in the garden (weather permitting).

HOUSE 15: PRINTHOUSE See the Victorian Imperial relief press in action every Saturday and some Sundays between 2 and 4pm (more details on social media). HOUSE 22: EVA WIBBERLEY & FRIENDS On sunny Sunday afternoons, there will be live guitar music in the garden. HOUSE 23: ART AT 23 On 27th May, at 2pm, Annabelle Williams will perform a selection of favourite operatic arias and songs from musical theatre as well as popular songs by Edith Piaf and Nat King Cole. She will be accompanied on the piano by Tim Nail. Check social media for more details.

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FIVEWAYS VIEWS The Fiveways neighbourhood contains areas of peace, relaxation, and fine walks, with vistas of great natural beauty surprisingly nearby. While in the area, why not

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—————— MARY MIDDLETON —————— GUEST ARTISTS ALISON VARLEY MEG GRIFFITHS

KATH ROWLAND DEB JOHN

JANE BROWNE JO BROOK

LORRAINE PHILPOT SUE SAMWAYS

MANDY MURRAY PAULA CLARK IAN SWAIN

KATRINA MILLER

ANNIE Mc MULLAN SUZANNE SNOW ANN SHEERAN

JULIA FIETTKAU FI BLACK

—————— OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

077 7157 4697

EMAIL

contact@ gardenhouse brighton.co.uk

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THE GARDEN HOUSE

MARY MIDDLETON 5 WARLEIGH ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 4NT gardenhousebrighton.co.uk This May, we are hosting our first Artists’ Open House with the Fiveways Artists Group. The Garden House is well known as a special place of energy and inspiration, and the garden provides a perfect backdrop for the great variety of work which will be on offer. There will be something for everyone to enjoy; a plethora of talented artists showing impressive work, a beautiful setting in one of the best loved and well-known private gardens in Brighton, a warm welcome, and delicious alfresco lunches and teas from The Garden House Cafe! What’s not to like? Outside we have Annie Mc Mullen’s glass sculptures, interacting with light to create wonderful colours and refractions. Lorraine Philpot is an artist blacksmith based in Firle, and she will be showing her mild-steel plant supports and forged garden structures. Also on show in the garden will be sculptural woven willow work by Katrina Miller, Jo Brooks’ monumental ceramic heads, handbuilt clay stoneware birdbaths by Deb John, Kath Rowland’s beautiful decorated pots, and magnificent mosaic stepping stones by Sue Samways.

Ann Sheeran and Julia Fiettkau use succulents to create must have Fat Plant decorations. Under cover will be Paula Clark’s macrame pot holders for indoor plants, beautiful textiles made by the talented Mandy Murray, and Ian Swain’s rescued and renovated vintage tools. Inside the garden room, Garden House artist in residence Mary Middleton will be showing her watercolours, cards, and prints of the garden. Jane Browne jewellike landscape-inspired tapestries will also be on show. For the second weekend only (12/13 May), we are very lucky to have Alison Varley, a renowned jeweller and silversmith. Our jeweller for the other three weekends will be the very talented Fi Black. In addition, Suz Snow will be showing her gorgeous paper cuts. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May SPECIAL NOTE Please note that there are uneven and possibly slippery surfaces, and the garden is unsuitable for wheelchair users. No dogs please (except guide dogs). LEFT: Garden House cakes FACING PAGE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Paula Clark: Macrame Plant Hangers; Mary Middleton: Winter Steps; Kathy Rowland: Decorated Pot; Sue Samways: Floral Mosaic Stepping Stone; Alison Varley: Pendant & Earrings; Jane Browne: Late Summer Fields Tapestry; Lorraine Philpott: Echinacea 14


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—————— RODERICK CLARK —————— GUEST ARTISTS

MANIC MINOTAUR CASSETTE LORD BUNTY CLARK

MARK CHARLTON WILL SPANKIE

—————— OPENING TIMES 10AM – 7PM

PHONE

077 6050 3179

EMAIL

157@mistral.co.uk

/rodclarkartist

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AVANT GARDEN POST-FUTURIST POP RODERICK CLARK 12A SPRINGFIELD ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6DA rodclark.org

A dizzying spiralling vortex of creativity by some of Brighton’s finest meta-pop stylists, spilling over with eye-popping visuals and mixing the hand-made with the digital. The avant garden will further explore our theme of the play of fun between the real and the virtual and amplify the Funky(toy)-town ambience. Beverages and bouffables can be conjured up while Dazzle Ping-Pong and other games can be found. Rod and his assembled guests lead you through a panoply of techniques and creative visions; from geometric utopias in plasticity, outrageous expanses of bravura penwork, mystery layers of science magic in striking juxtapositions, ironic spraycan bewitchments on objets trouvés, striking liquid colour in the softest of materials— cotton—and glittering soul coaxed from the hardest—stone.

Running through the show is a daring colour understanding and strivings for ultimate control over form. Prepare for psychosocial impact and be swept from one arresting piece to the next, and we hope all visitors will enjoy the (free) love (and final wisdom) shown in its making. Please leave quietly Open House Open Mind Open one’s Kimono. GUEST ARTISTS Manic Minotaur: Detailed psychedelic art Cassette Lord: Stencil/Spraypaint on board Bunty Clark: Knitted finery Mark Charlton: Paintings, prints, collage Will Spankie: Stonecarving OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May plus both Bank Holidays

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LEFT: Cassettelord: Red on Cream ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Rod Clark: The Drink Before; Bunty Clark: Space Yani; Manic Minotaur: Guidance Through Uncertainty (detail); Will Spankie: Transformed; Mark Charlton: The Vivid Star Particle 17


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—————— EMILY BEAUMONT —————— GUEST ARTISTS YOLANDE BEER FRANCES BLOOMFIELD JOEY BLOSS

JANET BROOKE

AMANDA DOUGHTY GILLY JAKEWAY

KATHERINE LAWRIE

STACEY MANSER-KNIGHT JENNY STAFF

HAYDN STRIDE ANDY SYMES NICKI TARR

SHIRLEY TREVENA

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

07971 834872

EMAIL

em@myupholstery. co.uk

/emilybooandfriends number44

/emschairs

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EMILY BOO & FRIENDS@44

EMILY BEAUMONT 44 FLORENCE ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6DJ emilybooupholstery.co.uk After a year’s break, we are excited to be open again with a house full of incredibly talented artists, makers, and jewellers. Shortlisted for Best Open House in our first year, we are keen to welcome you back to our bright, open space, to meet the artists and enjoy a delicious cream tea in the garden with the odd ice pop or two. As well as my wonderful returning artists, I’m also delighted to welcome for the first time Shirley Trevena RI, who many of you will know personally or by reputation. She has been involved in the open house for many years and once again will be exhibiting her exquisite watercolours; also Jenny Staff who brings her delicate drawings and sculptures, which investigate her visceral need to be outside; Gilly Jakeway, a mixed media artist who is currently exploring the art of lino cuts and producing gorgeous 50s inspired prints, and last but not least the very wonderful Frances Bloomfield and her fascinating 3D dreamscapes which are guaranteed to transport you to another world. Of course amongst the exquisite jewellery, ceramics, screenprints, glass, textiles, and paintings, there will be chairs—with stories of their own, fully reupholstered and ready for a new life. Nicki and I have had a busy year so are delighted to be able, once again, to create our own designs using vintage frames that we love with a few of the many wonderful fabrics available. This is our small way of protecting the environment

by keeping these chairs out of landfill as well as preserving the wonderful craft of upholstery. We really look forward to welcoming you and know you will find something beautiful to take with you that can be enjoyed again and again. GUEST ARTISTS Yolande Beer: Hand-thrown decorated ceramics Frances Bloomfield: 3D collages Joey Bloss: Silkscreen printed textiles Janet Brooke: Screen printed urban scenes Amanda Doughty: Contemporary jewellery Gilly Jakeway: Lino-cuts and felted artworks Katherine Lawrie: Fine handcrafted jewellery Stacey Manser-Knight: Hand-thrown painted ceramics Jenny Staff: Drawings and sculpture Haydn Stride: Silkscreen prints Andy Symes: Contemporary oil painting Nicki Tarr: Upholstered furniture Shirley Trevena RI: Watercolour paintings OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May 18


ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Frances Bloomfield: Dialogue Domestique 80; Emily Beaumont: Parker Knoll Statesman; Shirley Trevena: Two Metal Chairs; Amanda Doughty: Silver Multiple Cone Bangle; Jenny Staff: BlackDog Walk; Gilly Jakeway: Yellow Chair; Stacey Manser-Knight: Fancy Tail Birds; Janet Brooke: Winter Wonderland (Linocut); Katherine Lawrie: Summertime Bracelet

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—————— KATE LULHAM —————— GUEST ARTISTS SHARK ALLEY

SALLY GOODYER

HANIA MACKINNON SUE CHAMBERS

JULIET WALTERS GILL VARLE

ELIZABETH ANNE NORRIS

RACHEL ENTWISTLE ROB BRIGHTON

FIONA RICHARDSON

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 500930

EMAIL

katelulham@mac. com

DELICIOUS DELIGHTS

KATE LULHAM 60 FLORENCE ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6DJ katelulham.co.uk This year, Delicious Delights is showcasing not only our usual talented core of artists, but would also like to welcome some new artists working in various media to enhance and broaden our repertoire of work to include etchings, pebble lamps, tableware ceramics, and a choice of gorgeous jewellery. As usual, we’re serving homemade cakes and savouries with a selection of teas and coffees in the relaxing garden, decorated with bunting kindly loaned from Bunting Boutique.

Elizabeth Anne Norris: Jewellery Rachel Entwistle: Tableware pottery Rob Brighton: Sculptural lighting Fiona Richardson: Dry point etching OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

GUEST ARTISTS Shark Alley: Decorative jewellery Sally Goodyer: Textiles Hania Mackinnon: Contemporary jewellery Sue Chambers: Mixed media Juliet Walters: Sculptural ceramics Gill Varle: Paper and acrylics

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ABOVE FROM LEFT: Sue Chambers: Beach Series 1; Hania MacKinnon: Gold Plated 5-Step Bangle 20


ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Kate Lulham: Nice Hotel; Fiona Richardson: Starlings; Juliet Walters: Sculptural Ceramics; Elizabeth Anne Norris: Silver Plated Earrings; Shark Alley: Otter Brooch; Rachel Entwistle: Bowls; Sally Goodyer: Bags and Purses

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11 RUGBY ROAD

DAN MACKEY & ADAM JOHNSON 11 RUGBY ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6EB 11rugbyroad.com This year, 11 Rugby Road is opening bigger and better than ever before!

—————— ADAM JOHNSON DAN MACKEY —————— GUEST ARTISTS

ARTISAN CANDLES 

ODDLY WILD CLOCKS LIAM SMITH

TINY TREAT BOUTIQUE LITTLE PAPA

HELEN REBECCA CERAMICS SAM CADY

PAULINE ANNE

JANINE MACKEY

SUPERSTAR ARTS

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 6PM

EMAIL

hello@11rugby road.com

/11RugbyRoad

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The boys love to put on a big show and for the first time, they are using both floors at number 11, which includes adventuring out into the garden.

Oddly Wild Clocks: Charming, playful, and handmade animal character clocks. Perfect for the young... and the young at heart. Liam Smith: Detailed house portraiture and illustration prints

Their ethos is to have “something for everyone,” and it’s a real family of crafters and creative minds that contribute to the look of the home. Adam loves working with ceramics, glass and driftwood. He is an avid drawer with some fabulously detailed prints, illustrations, and craft. Dan’s Brighton-inspired mugs, cushions, and framed prints are perfect gifts or festival souvenirs. His matchbox messages and pin badges always get a grin!

Tiny Treat Boutique: Tiny jewellery and kits so that you can wear the sweetest, tiniest treats!

Joined by eclectic and talented guest artists, the house now offers more handmade gems to discover. Superstar Arts have their quirky textiles and printing on sale too, helping support the charity. This year, sculpture, lighting, and garden art will herald you to the outside space, where you will be able to relax with a cup of tea, coffee, or some cake before exploring the home all over again.

Pauline Anne: Decorative stained and upcycled glass

11 Rugby Road is an affordable Open House that aims to appeal to everyone by making art and craft accessible and fun. GUEST ARTISTS Artisan Candles: Eco candles, eco soya wax, vegan, no parabens, recyclable tin, hand poured in small batches by Pippa.

Little Papa: Inspired creations made with love, craftsmanship, and attention to detail Helen Rebecca Ceramics: Tactile, playful, and functional ceramics finished with beautiful glazes. Sam Cady: Void concrete creations and planters

Janine Mackey: Lovingly-made cute crochet amigurumi Superstar Arts: Creative adults with learning disabilities EVENTS The new space brings with it new guest artists and several workshops that will run throughout May and early June. Check out 11RugbyRoad.com for workshop bookings. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May and both Bank Holidays 22


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—————— DAVID WILLIAMS ——————

GUEST ARTISTS

MICHELLE DAWSON CLAIRE GARCKA

CAROLINE CHALTON HELLYER NAOMI JAMES

ANNA LOUCAH

SAYA McNAIRN-YANAGI KATRINA MILLER MARK NEWMAN LESLEY RAMOS

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

077-8099-1497

EMAIL

davidjohnwilliams @ntlworld.com

DAVID WILLIAMS AND GUESTS DAVID WILLIAMS 8 SOUTHDOWN AVENUE, BRIGHTON BN1 6EG southdownsgallery.co.uk

After a busy year extending our kitchen, giving us more exhibition space, we open our popular house for the eleventh year. Inspired by recent holidays in India and Vietnam, I have lots of new colourful paintings. My garden studio will be open, and tea and cakes will be served on the lawn. Our cat Molly will also be waiting to welcome you! GUEST ARTISTS Jane Couldrey joins us for the first time with her colourful decorated pots. Michelle Dawson returns with her delightful coloured illustrations. Claire Garcka joins us with her brightly coloured paintings. Caroline Chalton Hellyer displays her lovely ceramics collection.

Naomi James shows her wonderful collection of jewellery. Anna Loucah joins us with her fabulous fine jewellery collection. Saya McNairn-Yanagi displays her inspired ceramic sculptures. Katrina Miller joins us with her creative willow basket weaving. Mark Newman shows his fantastic mechanical jewellery pieces. Lesley Ramos returns with her colourful kiln-formed glass. Card payments accepted. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

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ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: David Williams: Flower Seller; Michelle Dawson: Harbour View; Mark Newman: Time Piece; Caroline Chalton Hellyer: Blue Spiral Bowl; Katrina Miller: Woven Willow Baskets; Saya McNairn-Yanagi: Kitsune; Jane Couldrey: Decorated Vase; Claire Garcka: Garden on the Beach; Lesley Ramos: Seder Plate

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—————— STEVE & JANE JORDAN —————— OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 565373

EMAIL

steve_jordan@ ymail.com

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47 SOUTHDOWN AVENUE

47 SOUTHDOWN AVENUE, BRIGHTON BN1 6EH Steve: signature-art.co.uk Jane: lampost13.co.uk STEVE JORDAN Brighton born, I have lived in the city all my life. I studied Art in the 1970s but dropped out of college after just a few weeks. Following an illustrious career as a dustman, I changed direction after several years for a science-based career, specialising in craft paints and ink formulations... Fluid Dynamist in Industrial Rheology (don’t ask me what that is!). My paintings are sometimes amusing or irreverent. I have an on-going fascination for a certain 1960s block of flats.

JANE JORDAN—LAMPOST 13 My work is represented by abandoned or neglected wooden furniture rescued from charity shops & car boots... on occasion, I might also be the mad woman seen delving around in skips. With the emphasis on regeneration, each item of furniture has been given a new lease of life in the hope that it will once more find a place in someone’s home. Always colourful and most certainly individual, you can be sure that each piece is one of a kind. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

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FACING PAGE: Steve Jordan: Sunrise Theobald House ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Orange Chest by Jane Jordan and Orange Pedestal Head by Steve Jordan; Steve Jordan: Blue Pedestal Head (With Subject and Artist); Steve Jordan: Green Pedestal Head (With Subject); Jane Jordan: Tiger Tiger Moth In Flight; Jane Jordan: Striped Table 27


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—————— HIROKO LEWIS —————— GUEST ARTISTS HEINZ MICHAEL KALKBRENNER

ANNABEL WYATT JOHN GILBERT JAN BARGER JULIA WHITE

KATE ORTON

LAUREN HAYES

JUNE FRICKLETON PKSY ART

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PHONE

01273 508651

EMAIL

hiroko@onesixnine. co.uk

/onesixnineArtists

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ONE-SIX-NINE

HIROKO LEWIS 169 PRESTON DROVE, BRIGHTON BN1 6FN onesixnine.co.uk Already familiar to many after appearing in a number of Open Houses over the last few years, Hiroko Lewis is opening her own house, One-Six-Nine, for the first time this year, and is delighted to present this diverse group of imaginative artists working in fine art and crafts. Hiroko’s own work is semi-abstract mindscapes created using haku metal leaf, patination, and oil paint. GUEST ARTISTS Heinz Michael Kalkbrenner: Digital art HMK explores limits and possibilities of different materials and procedures by combining analogue and digital art production methods. Annabel Wyatt: Monoprint Annabel’s work combines mono-printed forms, textured paint, and painted line, and expresses reflections of entitlement, power, and exclusion she has experienced as both a woman and a person from a “working class” background. John Gilbert: Studio ceramics John produces decorative pieces largely in porcelain and stoneware, often employing Japanese Raku glazing with its resultant random and dramatic effects. Jan Barger: Illustration Jan loves putting imagination and colour onto paper, making the intangible tangible, giving visual form to words and mental images, allowing colours to sparkle and glow, and give life to the page.

Julia White: Etching, print, digital art Julia’s work is etched onto zinc plate and inked by hand, with a gold leaf finish. She uses vegetable-based inks where possible and is experimenting with dyes made from the plants and land of the Sussex Downs. Kate Orton: Jewellery, glass Kate has always been fascinated by colour, light, and natural structures. She seeks the simplicity of plant forms in her jewellery, using the innate beauty of the glass to produce elemental, wearable gems. Lauren Hayes: Paper art Fascinated by the repetitive shapes and patterns that occur in nature, Lauren cuts and folds simple paper components to build visually complex forms. More of her work can be seen at 358 Ditchling Road. June Frickleton: Painting June creates sumptuous paintings with strong visual impact heightened by the use of a reduced palette, created over time using a mixture of brush marks and thinned-down oil paint washes, built up in layers until the desired image emerges. PkSy Art: Photography Photographers Patrick Dalla Torre and Sandy Moni Bidin are inspired by quantum physics; their work invites the public to wonder about this intriguing topic. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May 28


CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Hiroko Lewis: Nordic Light; Lauren Hayes: Natural Forms; John Gilbert: Ceramics; Heinz Michael Kalkbrenner: Floating Flowers; June Frickleton: Land of My Father; Jan Barger: Little Elephant; PkSy: (Anti) Gravity; Annabel Wyatt: Green and Red Standing Figure; Julia White: Birling Butterflies; Kate Orton: Pendant 29


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THEBIGFOREST EMPORIUM MR ROWLING & MR CRAVEN 56 CHESTER TERRACE BRIGHTON BN1 6GB

GUEST ARTISTS LAURA DANBY DESERTLAND

LUCY ELDRIDGE

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

078 4187 6576

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Once again, our parlours will be a crowded eclectic circus, an emporium of new creative delights. There is a lot to see! Mr Craven: Raconteur will be showing his art boxes, cut & make cards, witty badge sets, Brighton Men prints, tattoo man clocks, perhaps an artists’ book or two, and new additions to the family of risqué Brighton Men paper dolls. People all over the world commission the beautifully detailed wool-felt dogs and cats from TheBigForest. This year, Mr Rowling, Maker in Chief, will be showing a veritable menagerie of felt animals including an appearance by Simon the Sloth! We are delighted to feature illustrator Lucy Eldrige for the first time. We were

immediately drawn to her beautiful, characterful watercolour and gouache cat illustrations. Desertland is also making their first appearance in the Emporium. Expect to find quirky accessories, bags, and interior decoration cushions too. It’s great to welcome back the ever popular Laura Danby. Her cool Scandinavian inspired prints, greetings cards, and fun jewellery are a delight. The Emporium is, as always, small, perfectly formed, packed with creative treasures, and guaranteed to make you smiley happy. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

ABOVE FROM LEFT: TheBigForest: Frenchman Brooch; Mr CravenRaconteur: Pier Lad 1969 Detail 30


CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: TheBigForest: Cat in a Box & Cat in a Box (Detail); Desertland: Home and Accessories; Desertland: Bags; Mr Craven Raconteur: Ginger Man Clock; Desertland: Cushions; Laura Danby: Fox; Mr Craven Raconteur: Friendly Woodsman; Laura Danby: Gin and Tonic; TheBigForest: Hello! Boston Terrier; Laura Danby: Toucan Bag; Lucy Eldridge: Cats; Mr CravenRaconteur Showerscene Artists Book; MrCraven Raconteur: Brighton Men Print (Detail); Laura Danby: Seagull Print 31


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—————— JEHANE BODEN SPIERS —————— GUEST ARTISTS DEBBIE GEORGE ATELIER STELLA CRESSIDA BELL MARION McCONAGHIE

NATALIE PEDETTI PRACK 5FT INF

KEN EARDLEY

JANE WALKER

IRIS DE LA TORRE

JUSTINE ALLISON

PHILIPPA STANTON SARAH HAMILTON PAUL THURLBY

ELEONORA KOLYCHEVA ANNABET WYNDHAM PATTERNISTAS

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

07703 185413

EMAIL

studio@jehane.com

@jehane_ltd

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JEHANE BODEN SPIERS 89 WALDEGRAVE ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6GJ jehane.com Jehane’s Open Houses have long been a favourite of the Brighton Festival. Brightonborn designer Jehane Boden Spiers is re-opening her house as a new member of the Fiveways Artist Group this year. Her medium is paper & fabric collage, often incorporating embroidery. The house delivers her signature style of contemporary artists in a friendly, beautifully-presented home, previously described as a treasure trove of contemporary art by William Cook, The Spectator. Come and relax in Jehane’s garden—enjoy tea and cake with a special installation in the garden shed by Philippa Stanton of 5ft inf!

Ken Eardley creates highly collectible functional ceramics, all handmade and decorated.

GUEST ARTISTS Painter Debbie George celebrates her passion for flowers and the objects she surrounds herself with.

Philippa Stanton is creating a delicate layered installation in Jehane’s shed this year.

Atelier Stella creates stoneware ceramics with a distinct sense of character, each with unique impressed decorations and glazes. British designer Cressida Bell specialises in textiles, interiors, illustration, and cake decoration. Marion McConaghie is an artist with sketchy strokes featuring delicate lines, some with explosive colour.

Printmaker Jane Walker has a fascination for still life, with rich colour palettes and a strong graphic sensibility. Iris De La Torre makes unique jewellery and accessories inspired by her Mexican background, focusing on colour, playfulness, and joy. Ceramicist Justine Allison is concerned with the simplicity and beauty of clay, using pattern and texture to create subtle, unique variations.

Sarah Hamilton describes her printmaking as joyful, fresh and contemporary, with a mid-century Scandinavian feel. Illustrator Paul Thurlby’s retro aesthetic stems from his passion for vintage posters, while Eleonora Kolycheva, an Estonian from Tallinn, recently moved to Brighton. Annabet Wyndham is a jeweller and a silversmith of small functional pieces often incorporating enamels.

Natalie Pedetti Prack is known for contemporary surface designs gracing textiles, paper products, and ceramics.

Creative studio Patternistas’ patterns are constructed from stylised illustrations of moths, beetles, trees, and flowers.

5ft inf creates photographic compositions using simple, everyday objects contained within a quiet sense of season on her table.

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ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Philippa Stanton, 5ft inf: Turquoise and Orange; Jehane Boden Spiers: Red Damask; Atelier Stella: Planter; Debbie George: House Cup and Snowdrops; Iris de la Torre: Frida; Ken Eardley: Ceramics; Jane Walker: Eardley Jug Pot and Pear; Cressida Bell: Alliums

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—————— FRANCES DOHERTY —————— GUEST ARTISTS JANE DENMAN

ROYSTON MATTHEWS CHARLIE HIGH

ALAN WILLIAMS

ANDREA ESERIN

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 540446

EMAIL

frances.doherty @gmail.com

/theceramicgardener

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FRANCES DOHERTY 31 HAVELOCK ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6GL francesdoherty.co.uk This year we have another exciting mix of work and artists and, because it was so popular last year, a front garden sculpture trail from the bottom of Havelock Road up to the house, featuring work by Frances Doherty and collaborative work with Alan Williams. Frances has been working on a new collection called Of Land and Sea which features sea anemones and proteas. Inspired by The Blue Planet, she has been using a new colour palette and is looking forward to seeing what you think of it. Jane Denman has been exhibiting with Frances for 20 years, and they will be having two other pop-up galleries in Brighton this year, in July and September at Gallery 40. She always designs a large painting each year to go on the red walls of this house and will have a lot of new work to show. Alan Williams is a metal artist and sculptor creating fantastical beasts from found and reclaimed metal. His work reflects a deep observation of the natural world, capturing life and character within each piece he creates. He has made several public art projects in the UK and overseas, and his artworks are exhibited and sold internationally.

collections, and pieces set with sumptuous kimono and sari fabrics. Royston Matthews’ work is inspired by the Dutch still-life painters of the 17th Century, and his images explore the concept of vanitas, using symbolism through subject choice to express the transience of life. In order to create a painterly look to the photographs, he uses the light-painting technique. This involves applying the light to the subject using handheld light sources, such as small torches and light panels. This allows precise control of where the light falls on the subject, enabling a unique look not achievable using conventional lighting. Charlie High is back this year with a new collection of work using unpolished semiprecious stones and oxidised silver. The themes of her work are based on the botanicals which complement the feel of this house. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

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FACING PAGE: Andrea Eserin: Hammered Range; ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Roy Matthews: Sunflowers; Frances Doherty: Sea Anemone Flower; Frances Doherty: Red Protea; Jane Denman: Chill Out; Alan Williams: Seahorse; Charlie High: Gingko Pendants; Andrea Eserin: Swoosh Collection

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HUMMINGBIRD STUDIO

BARBARA SPURR 107 HAVELOCK ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 8GL hummingbirdstudio.co.uk

—————— GUEST ARTISTS JANE ABBOTT

JOANNA SANCHA VANESSA PEASE ARRAN SCOTT DEBBIE HINKS MANDYMEEU

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EMAIL

bebehummingbird@ gmail.com

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For 18 years, Hummingbird Studio has been a vibrant and inspiring environment for students and children to enjoy the experience of learning art.

Joanna Sancho weaves, coils, and twines using willow, bark, jute, sisal, and other materials.

For the second year, The Studio will be showing paintings by Bar Spurr’s enthusiastic students all relating to the inspirational setting of Brighton.

Vanessa Pease uses silver with semiprecious stones to make simple, wearable jewellery. She is inspired by pebbles, seeds, and plants, sketched on her daily walks on the South Downs.

Bar’s paintings depict the Sussex Downs and seashore following the season’s moods. Walking her dogs every day ensures that.

Debbie Hinks, a figurative artist with over 30 years’ drawing experience, teaches life drawing in Brighton & Hove.

Bebe Bird creates hand-built sculpture also inspired by her love of nature and the Sussex coast. She also makes tableware with richly coloured glazes.

MandyMeeU: Silver keepsakes OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends

GUEST ARTISTS Jane Abbott’s ceramic work is mostly centred around the vessel form, although she also makes wall pieces and porcelain brooches. She enjoyed teaching ceramics in schools for many years and now teaches at West Dean College, Chichester. Arran Scott carves and sculpts mostly with wood but also in a number of different mediums and compositions depending on what he is commissioned to carve! His main focus is capturing motion in animal and human forms in the natural environment.

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FACING PAGE: Andy Pickford: Atomic Pavilion ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Bar Spurr: Chasing the Wind; Bebe Bird: Coral Pot; Arran Scott: Elephants; Joanna Sancha: Weavings; Jane Abbott: Ceramic; Debbie Hinks: Dancers; MandyMeeU: Earrings; Vanessa Pease: Silver Rings

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—————— PATRICK KENNEDY —————— GUEST ARTISTS LISA JONES

SAMANTHA STAS LISA HAMILTON HELEN BROWN

KATHIE MURPHY

ANNA THOMSON JANE ROBBINS

NULA SHEARING

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 551839

EMAIL

patrick@upfunt.com

patrick. kennedy.73932

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PATRICK KENNEDY 177 DITCHLING ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6JB upfunt.com Patrick Kennedy creates limited edition lino prints of characters from his children’s book illustration work and wildlife illustrations. Patrick is also a cabinet maker, and takes on domestic commissions. GUEST ARTISTS Lisa Jones: Despite the misleading name, Lisa Jones Studio is an illustrative collaboration between Lisa and her partner, Edward Underwood. Begun in Hackney, London, the couple now design goods from their home-studio in the roundhouse of an old windmill on the edge of the South Downs. Samantha Stas creates fun and whimsical characters that adorn cushions and cards alongside her popular boxed folk. This May, Sam will be debuting new still-life paintings alongside many new products. Lisa Hamilton makes a floral bouquet of fabulous jewellery. After a break from showing at this wonderful house last year, she is showing a new collection of rings set with pink tourmalines, aquamarines, and beautiful sparkly diamonds. Helen Brown: Woodcut landscapes Beautiful expansive views of all your favourite places on the South Downs and beyond. A selection of framed and unframed work on display. Kathie Murphy studied jewellery at Glasgow School of Art and will be showcasing her beautiful polyester resin

jewellery for the first time at upfunt house this year. Whilst exploring the possibilities of this material and teaching on the subject, she has had two books published on resin jewellery and design. Anna Thomson works in bone china, porcelain, and semi-porcelain, Anna’s collection of monochrome vases, lighting, and jewellery is inspired by repetition, variation, erosion, and natural form, imbued with a sense of discovery. Jane Robbins: A lifelong interest in flat pattern, patchwork, and found objects has led to Jane producing decorative collages. The fragile originals are made from newspapers and magazines which are then reproduced in the form of giclée prints and cards for various manufacturers. Nula Shearing designs beautiful stamps for you to create your own cards and decorative features. Nula takes her inspiration from folk art and the Sussex countryside where she lives. Expect lots of exciting new designs this year. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

FACING PAGE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Jane Robbins: Downs Stile; Helen Brown: The Hill on the Downs; Sam Stas: Party Girl; Kathie Murphy: Acrylic Bangles; Anna Thomson: Vasescape; Lisa Jones: Butty Bear; Lisa Hamilton: Blossom Ring; Nula Shearing: Boat & Wave Stamps; Patrick Kennedy: Black Swan 38


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—————— POLLY RAYNES

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POLLY RAYNES, CHRIS BROOKS 202 DITCHLING ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6JE

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VICKY WOODGATE

ANNIE Mc MULLAN HARRY VENNING SALLY ROSE

LINDA CALVERT KEITH PETTIT

PAULA CLARK

BEN NAZARKO

BARBARA COLLINS DONA DIANI

HOLLY JOHNS

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 555007

EMAIL

polly.raynes. artist@icloud.com

/OpenHouse At202Ditchling RoadBrighton

This year, our garden will be filled to the brim with colour, light, and texture. Barbara Collins uses iridescent glazes for flowers swaying, and Annie Mc Mullan’s dichroic glass glows in the sun and shade. Chris Brooks’s metalwork incorporates glass and water and Keith Pettit’s large and textured wood sculptural pieces are created with a chainsaw (demos of which are given during the month). Annie’s glass continues indoors in the form of jewellery, and Keith exchanges his chainsaw for fine wood-engraving tools producing delicate prints. I am delighted to have Vicky Woodgate back after an arduous year of writing and illustrating Urban Jungle and A world of Birds. Her beautiful images grace the pages and inform us of all sorts of interesting facts. Harry Venning joins us once again to entertain with his fabulous Claire in the Community comic strips, and showing with us for the first time is Ben Nazarko with his beautiful and evocative photographs of local scenes. Sally Rose is with us for a second year with her very

popular leather bags and quirky fabric birds armed with sugar tong legs! Linda Calvert’s beautiful porcelain lamps incorporate textures from nature, and Holly Johns’ ceramics have an earthy tactile feel. Paula Clark’s fabulous macramé hanging pot holders have a mix of great colours and textures, and Dona Diani is showing her wonderful jewellery with a mix of stones set in silver. I am enjoying my third season as an Artist in Residence at Glyndebourne Opera House and also loving memories of our trip to New Zealand. There will be a variety of talks and demos during the month. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

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PRINTHOUSE

—————— JUDE CLYNICK KITTY CAVA

CAROL PARKER

KAREN POTTER JILL VIGUS

JESSICA JORDAN CLARE BUCKLE —————— OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 702432

/5waysprinthouse/

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JUDE CLYNICK 54 BARNETT ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 7GH 5waysprinthouse.co.uk After a break of three years, Printhouse is back in a new house at 54 Barnett Road. When we first opened in 2008, we decided to specialise in original printmaking, hence the name Printhouse. While we exhibit a variety of printmaking processes that include lithography, collograph, etching, wood and lino cuts, wood engraving, screen, and monoprints, this does not preclude other forms of presentation, and this year, we have ceramics that incorporates printed surfaces. For 2018, the original four artists, Jude Clynick, Kitty Cava, Carol Parker, and Karen Potter return, with the addition of three new exhibitors: Jill Vigus, Jessica Jordan, and Clare Buckle. The variety of techniques on display is mirrored by diversity of imagery. Jude Clynick’s collographs and wood engraving explore her obsession with the sea’s movement, Carol Parker depicts the world around her in richly textured linocuts, sometimes combining her prints with beach finds to make quirky assemblages, and Karen Potter’s printmaking is created in response to first impression of feeling, light, and colour. Working from drawings and paintings, Kitty Cava takes inspiration from landscape, simplifying her images through the printmaking process to explore colour, mark making, and space. In her atmospheric prints and books, Jill Vigus evokes emotional responses

to forgotten times and lost places while Clare Buckle’s work explores spaces and structures existing on the edge of town and countryside, inviting reflection upon overlooked landscapes. Ceramicist Jessica Jordan, inspired by aerial photographs of land and sea, uses a range of printing techniques on the surface of her forms. Every Saturday afternoon between 2–4, and some Sundays, one of the exhibitors will be found printing on the Victorian Imperial relief press, taking time to talk to visitors about the printing and sometimes giving away proof prints. Further details will be found on social media. It is always fun to hang the Open House show, seeing each other’s work and discussing ideas. We hope our visitors enjoy looking at the exhibition as much as we enjoy the printing and preparation! OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

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FACING PAGE: Clare Buckle: Lynemouth CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Jude Clynick: Muriwai; Kitty Cava: Sheffield Park; Karen Potter: The Lane to Home; Carol Parker: Woodland Artist; Jessica Jordan: Porcelain Landscape Vessel; Jill Vigus: Dark Storm

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—————— NICK ORSBORN RI —————— GUEST ARTISTS

CAROLINE DORLING PHIL DUNCAN LAURA DUNN

LUCY GABRIEL SHARON HINE JAN IRVINE

MO JACKSON

ANDREA JEROME SALLY LANE

CHRIS MURPHY

LINDA RAINBIRD JUDE TURNER

JULIE TURNER

JOHN WARREN

HELEN WARREN

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 550714

EMAIL

nick@nickorsborn.com

/TheCicadaHouse

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THE CICADA HOUSE

NICK ORSBORN RI 30 STANMER VILLAS, BRIGHTON BN1 7HP nickorsborn.com Welcome to The Cicada House 2018 May Exhibition. As ever, we are a house full of light, colour, and fun; a house and garden stocked with an abundance of beautiful affordable art, created by Nick and his 15 guest artists. Please come and enjoy our fascinating mix of paintings, prints, jewellery, turned wood, ceramics, glass, textiles, felting, and more.

GUEST ARTISTS Caroline Dorling: Woodturner Extrordinaire!

Nick Orsborn RI has lived and worked in Brighton for over 45 years. He divides his time between painting, mainly in watercolour, and the production of Cicada Jewellery, a range of earrings, brooches and necklaces created from casting resin, acrylic, gold leaf and other materials. His jewellery workshop in the garden will be open to visitors.

Sharon Hine: Stained glass hangings

Over the past 30 years, Nick has exhibited his work widely throughout the UK and overseas. In 2007, he was elected to membership of The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours (RI).

Chris Murphy: Stoneware ceramics for home and garden

At this exhibition, he will be showing his watercolours, limited edition giclée prints on paper and canvas, a range of artist cards, and, of course, the jewellery!

Julie Turner: Kiln fired glass hangings, landscapes, dishes, and plates

As always, there will be free refreshments at The Cicada House, with a friendly welcome guaranteed! Stanmer Villas is on the no. 50 bus route, and there is unrestricted street parking. Plus—we accept debit and credit cards.

Phil Duncan: Ceramic sculptural finials for home and garden Laura Dunn: Stoneware figures designed as oil and vinegar pourers Lucy Gabriel: Sculpted shoes—amazing! Jan Irvine: Paintings, drawings, and prints Sally Lane: Stained glass panels, hangings, and mirrors Mo Jackson: Contemporary felting in all its forms! Andrea Jerome: The Queen of Recycling— curious?

Linda Rainbird: Fabric fun! Jude Turner: Contemporary/Vintage collages

John & Helen Warren: Stoneware planters, birdbaths, wall plaques & more… OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May, plus both Bank Holiday Mondays

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Nick Orsborn: Ship of Fools; Mo Jackson: Felted Silk Scarf; Caroline Dorling: Turned Wood; Nick Orsborn: Cicada Jewellery; Funki White Bird: Phil Duncan; Sculpted Ballet Shoes: Lucy Gabriel; Stoneware Birdbath: John Warren

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—————— ANGELA HARRISON —————— GUEST ARTISTS

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ANGELA HARRISON 358 DITCHLING ROAD BRIGHTON BN1 6JG Angela Harrison has been a member of FWAG for many years. She is a painter and has been involved in art education all her life. She enjoys the social aspect of being part of Artists Open Houses and looks forward to sharing her work and home with friends and visitors throughout May. Angela and her daughter Lauren have worked together to organise this year’s show and with more exhibiting artists involved than ever before. There is an echoing theme of light and nature that runs through the core of this years show and is explored through a variety of different art forms and practices.

Dawn Thornhill: Hand-cut paper light boxes encapsulating the beautiful scenery of mini worlds

Angela Harrison: Still life oil paintings of humble objects bathed in subtle light and reflected colour

Linda Calvert: Translucent bone-china lamps and tea-lights using impressions from birch logs

Lauren Hayes: Paper reliefs using layers of intricately hand-cut leaves and motifs

Ronel Ferreira: Artisan jewellery using precious metals and natural gemstones

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Hilary Phillips: Owner of MOTH STUDIO in Worthing showing her unique collection of transfer-printed and hand-stitched home accessories.

Hiroko Lewis: Oriental-style decorated boxes using metal leaf and patination processes; Hiroko is also showing in her own open house One-Six-Nine (Preston Drove).

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Caroline Smith: Oil paintings of striking landscapes using vibrant colours and expressive brushstrokes

Deborah Mead: Member of BIP shows a collection of etchings and paintings based on traditional themes.

Jane Green: Light-up canvases exploring pattern through everyday objects

Mark Findlay: Photography based on local landscapes

Zoe Macara: Transfer-printed textiles using collaged fabrics; subtle shades and botanical prints

OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

LAUREN HAYES

HILARY PHILLIPS

CAROLINE SMITH JANE GREEN

ZOE MACARA

DAWN THORNHILL ED HARRISON PETA TAYLOR

MEHTAP MOONFISH LINDA CALVERT

RONEL FERREIRA HIROKO LEWIS

DEBORAH MEAD MARK FINDLAY

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PHONE

01273 887591

EMAIL

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Ed Harrison: Master carver in wood and stone showcases a range of figurative sculptures Peta Taylor: Brush pen drawings based on woodland scenes drawn in vibrant, nostalgic patterns Mehtap Moonfish: Illustrator and graphic designer Mehtap has developed her own personal brand ‘Moonfish’ and creates mystical drawings inspired by shapes and forms from dreams and the natural world.

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Angela Harrison: Early Morning Light; Lauren Hayes: Paper Relief; Dawn Thornhill: Tranquility; Ed Harrison: The Girl and the Bee; Zoe Macara: Textiles; Peta Taylor: April; Ronel Ferreira: Seagulls Necklace; Hilary Phillips: Slowstitch

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20TH MAY

10:30AM – 4PM

PHONE

01273 561281

EMAIL

school@ varndean.co.uk

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VARNDEAN SCHOOL BALFOUR ROAD BRIGHTON, BN1 6NP varndean.co.uk

Now in our tenth successful year of AOH, Varndean School invite you to see Brighton’s best young creative talent exhibit their artwork. We are really fortunate to have a huge wealth of talent within our current Year 11 GCSE art student group and will proudly be showcasing inspiring work that they have produced for their exams from ceramics, fine art, graphic design, textiles, resistant materials, and printmaking. The exhibition will also feature outstanding work from our younger students.

We’re open to the public on Sunday the 20th May only between 10.30am and 4.00pm. This is a great opportunity for our Varndean Families and other members of the wider local community to connect with the school. Everyone is welcome, and we’d love for you to join us to celebrate the hard work our students have put in to developing their creative skills.

Performing Arts students from the school will be providing entertainment to our visitors throughout the day; we’ll also have drinks and delicious savoury and sweet food on sale, so please take in the artwork at your leisure and then kick back for some cake and coffee.

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13TH MAY

10:00AM – 4:00PM

PHONE

01273 852222

EMAIL

communications@ dorothy-stringer. co.uk

/DorothyStringer

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DOROTHY STRINGER LODER ROAD BRIGHTON, BN1 6PZ dorothy-stringer.co.uk

Dorothy Stringer School will be exhibiting both art and technology as part of Surrenden Schools group. Our Artists’ House is part of a larger Spring Festival at Stringer. There will be music and theatre, charity and produce stalls, environment groups, and positive action organisations. This year we are inviting our Alumni to join us.

Refreshments will be available, and performances run throughout the day. Again, we are linking up with Downs View Link College, located next to Varndean VI College, and will be open between 11am and 2pm to show a range of art work. Drumming and Samba Band Unified Rhythm will be playing at noon.


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—————— MARTIN BROWN —————— GUEST ARTISTS

FRANCES BROWN

FLIP UNDERDOWN VICKI DISNEY

RHIANNON WEST

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PHONE

01273 540050

EMAIL

raspberrysurprise1 @gmail.com

/RaspSurpriseOH

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MARTIN BROWN 118 BALFOUR ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 6ND martinobrown.artweb.com In our bright and breezy house, we have a lively mixture of colourful figurative and semi-abstract paintings, playful fused glass, garden mosaics, and layered glass forms. We are opening for our second year as part of the Fiveways group, having opened many times in the past as an independent house. Martin Brown: This year, I have created a series of paintings based on dancers. Using strong gestures, shapes, and colours, I have tried to describe the dynamic and slightly wild uncontained energy that dancers can express. Vicki Disney: Abstract paintings Inspired and intrigued by the colours and textures in the everyday things we may take for granted; a moss covered wall is an array of shades, textures and patterns, a rusted metal roof is a rainbow of reds, browns and golds glinting in the sun. A little of each of these is captured in her large abstract paintings. From far away, a beautiful abstract canvas, but on looking closer, you see finer textures and details beyond the first glance. • www.vickidisney.com • Instagram: vicki_disney

Rhiannon West: Garden mosaic structures I am a Brighton-based glass mosaic artist. Since exhibiting for the first time last year at Raspberry Surprise, I have been busy taking commissions and developing my style further; working with creating drama through colour and texture. I love living in Brighton and feel that my work reflects the colour and fun of our beautiful city. To see more of my work, why not follow me on Instagram: /Mosaicrart Flip Underdown: Beautifully layered glass forms Flip is a Brighton glass artist, working with kiln-formed glass and traditional leadworking techniques, often using Brighton itself as his inspiration. This year, he will be returning with beach hut themes, lots of bubbles, and more complex creations resulting from the alchemy of heat and glass. • www.flipsglassworks.co.uk OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

Frances Brown creates fused glass panels, dishes, quirky birds, coasters, and jewellery, inspired by colours, light, textures, the beautiful Morecambe Bay landscape, and the domestic landscape of her kitchen. • www.franbrown.co.uk • fusedglassfran@btinternet.com 50


FACING PAGE: Rhiannon West: Mosaic Flowers CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Martin Brown: Dancer 4; Frances Brown: Bird Panel; Flip Underdown: Glass Dish; Vicki Disney: Corroded Country

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WINCHESTER —————— GUEST ARTISTS LINDA AYRES PETER BRETT FEN & CO

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STEFANIE PARKER MARIA TILYARD JANE MURPHY

MARION BRANDIS SARAH RICKARD

PHOEBE SHERWOOD FIONA EDWARDS DEBBIE SINISKA

TERESA WINCHESTER & FRIENDS TERESA WINCHESTER 45 PRESTON DROVE, BRIGHTON BN1 6LA teresawinchester.co.uk

Look out for the bunting fluttering on Preston Drove opposite the cycle track in the park, and that’s where you’ll find us! The kettle will be on, and fresh cakes will be baked, but most important of all, there will be a wonderful selection of artworks for you to see! A wide range of work will include four very different jewellers, ceramic sculpture and tableware, cushions,rugs, and other textiles, slumped glassware, recycled leather stationery, lino prints and

paintings, illustrations, magical mirrors, and fine wood furniture. There’s a lovely sheltered sunny courtyard garden for you to enjoy, and there’s certain to be some beautiful ceramic flowers out there as well. Looking forward to seeing you this May! OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

SARAH BURNHAM

SUSAN THOMPSON JUDY CLAYTON

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OPENING TIMES 11AM – 5PM

PHONE

01273 557784 079 2928 2499

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FACING PAGE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Teresa Winchester: Daisy Crow; Teresa Winchester: Three Eggs; Teresa Winchester: Lost Then Found; Peter Brett: Inlaid Chopping Boards; Sarah Rickard: Ceramic Flowers; Teresa Winchester: Dawdling with Daisies; Teresa Winchester: Just Drifting; Marion Brandis: Bowl; Debbie Siniska: Face / Rag Rug; Sarah Burnham: Fine Silver Pendant; Linda Ayres: Necklace 52


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—————— EVA WIBBERLEY —————— GUEST ARTISTS DERYN BELL

RACHEL BELL

DEBRA BROADHURST SUE CHAPLIN

KRYSIA DRURY

ANGELA EVANS SACHA FOSTER

SUE HASELTINE PETER LEGGE SALLY MEYER NAOMI SACK

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01273 702432

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evawibberley @gmail.com

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EVA WIBBERLEY 24 HARRINGTON VILLAS, BRIGHTON BN16RG evawibberley.co.uk 2018 will be our 10th year of opening and, once again, I am delighted to welcome a wonderful selection of artists to the house, including new artists Angela Evans, Naomi Sack, and Sacha Foster. Most of you will know Angela and Naomi, both taking a break from opening their own houses, while Sacha is an exciting young artist blacksmith. The garden will be open, as usual, for hot drinks and cake and a rest amongst Deryn’s and Sacha’s sculptures. In good weather, we will have live guitar music and demonstrations. I have been working on new acrylic and oil paintings with a particular focus on seascapes featuring Cornwall and the south coast of England. GUEST ARTISTS Deryn Bell has been sculpting in stone and clay for 10 years. Her inspiration comes from animals associated with myth, like hares and owls, foxes, wolves, and dolphins. Sacha Foster uses recycled scrap metal, allowing each piece to inspire the sculpture. Working in this way ensures that every piece is individual. Rachel Bell works with porcelain because it is versatile and challenging. She produces lights, ceramic plaques, and vases, occasionally mixing the porcelain with terracotta to produce agate ware. Angela Evans makes her highly original ceramic tiles in a large secluded wooden shed in Brighton. She is inspired by the location of her workshop looking out

onto a rampant vegetable garden, in a city surrounded by the sea and the Downs. Sally Meyer explores natural forms such as seeds and rockpools. She creates multilayered work using acrylics and, by scraping and washing off, is interested in the organic and often surprising results that emerge. Susanna Chaplin uses sketchbooks constantly; her drawings are often ink and wash. Her paintings are taking her sketches into paint, using line and colour. Naomi Sack: Tide Line Finds are creations that Naomi has made from debris collected from local beaches. We all love to walk on the beach and these pieces are evocative of the different experiences we can have, depending on the weather, season, or tide. Peter Legge is a wood turner making beautiful wooden bowls and chopping boards from diverse varieties of wood. Debra Broadhurst explores wildlife and landscapes through etchings and monotypes. Krysia Drury paints in watercolours and oils and loves mixing both vibrant and subtle colours. She enjoys working from nature and is inspired by local landscapes, flora, and fauna. Sue Haseltine makes images inspired by the landscapes she explores by walking and cycling. She works in lino, oil, and watercolour. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May 54


CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Eva Wibberley: Windswept; Sue Haseltine: Garden at Prussia Cove; Deryn Bell: Raku Fired Hare; Angela Evans: Mackerel; Eva Wibberley: Drifting; Susanna Chaplin: Moonlight; Krysia Drury: Coastguard’s Cottage; Naomi Sack: Driftwood; Debra Broadhurst: Camber Sands; Sally Meyer: Seedheads; Sacha Foster: Metal Flower

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ART AT 23

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GANPATSINGH —————— GUEST ARTISTS AINE HENSON FAY GREEN

LEAH O’FAOLAIN CHERRYL WILLIS

TONY FREEMAN

MARTIN BENTLEY NICOLE KOENIG

AGNES CHEVALIER ANNE FRENCH JANE JUKES

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EMAIL

mariamhannah@ yahoo.co.uk

/artattwentythree

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MARIE-ANNE GANPATSINGH 23 HARRINGTON ROAD BRIGHTON BN1 6RF Welcome to Art at 23. This year again we have a cornucopia of talented artists, exhibiting a wide range of visual art, jewellery crafts and textiles. We aim to create a joyful atmosphere for visitors to appreciate the variety of work on show. Nature is a ceaseless inspiration for my figurative paintings, so is the light at different times of the day and the mood created by seasonal changes. I paint in acrylics and inks. Inks are a wonderful challenge, they seem to have the ability to take the artist to a place beyond her/his intent and lead to new horizons. GUEST ARTISTS Aine Henson works in silver with semiprecious stones and freshwater pearls, and produces beautifully crafted individual pieces. Fay Green’s striking digital prints are finished with hand-drawn details. Leah O’faolain creates striking one-off contemporary jewellery pieces.

Cherryl Willis is back with us to show her new landscapes. Tony Freeman’s seascapes and landscapes are inspired by the Sussex coast and the moody sea. Martin Bentley is exhibiting his luminous figurative oil paintings again this year. Nicole Koenig comes back with her vibrant and enchanting oil paintings. Agnes Chevalier designs landscapes on fabric, and “draws” with a needle as with a paint brush, stitching layers of vivid embroidery thread to create a 3D effect. Anne French takes on the art of decoupage and faux inlay and gives it a whimsical twist. Jane Jukes is inspired by marine scenes and her travels through Asia which she paints in watercolours or acrylics. OPENING DAYS Open for all four weekends in May

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FACING PAGE: Marie-Anne Ganpatsingh: Winter Scene ABOVE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Marie-Anne Ganpatsingh: Crocus; Nicole Koenig: Church Roof; Martin Bentley: Child; Anne French: Vases; Agnes Chevalier: Life; Leah O’faolain: Contemporary Jewellery; Cherryl Willis: Summer Evening; Tony Freeman: Skeleton on the Beach; Fay Green: Fiveways; Aine Henson: Silver Textured Heart; Jane Jukes: Seascape 57


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THE OPEN HOUSE PUB —————— THE OPEN

HOUSE PUB —————— GUEST ARTISTS DAN MACKEY

ADAM JOHNSON REX MATTHEWS

PHILIPPA STANTON EVA WIBBERLEY JUDE CLYNICK

DIANE ROGERS

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OPENING TIMES 12PM – 12AM

146 SPRINGFIELD ROAD BRIGHTON, BN1 6BZ openhouse.pub

A large, stylish pub located next to London Road station, The Open House hosts a gallery curated by the Fiveways Artists Group, exhibiting works by many of the group’s artists. In addition to the Fiveways Gallery, there are two other bar areas, an upstairs performance space and one of the largest and most attractive pub gardens in the city. The delicious food, served daily from midday to 9pm, ranges from light bites to lunches to evening meals and uses fresh, Sussex sourced ingredients.

The pub is relaxed and childfriendly by day, and by night, is lively and bustling, with occasional DJs, live music, theatre, and improvised comedy. Located in the heart of the Fiveways Art trail and only a 3-minute rail journey to the city centre, The Open House is both a great place to view original art and the perfect place to take a break from the festival trail. The friendly and welcoming The Open House staff very much look forward to hosting all lovers of Fiveways art at this year’s May Festival.

PHONE

01273 880102

EMAIL

hello@ openhouse.pub

/theopenhousepub

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1. THE GARDEN HOUSE 2. AVANT GARDEN POST-FUTURIST POP 3. EMILY BOO & FRIENDS@44 4. DELICIOUS DELIGHTS 5. 11 RUGBY ROAD 6. DAVID WILLIAMS AND GUESTS 7. 47 SOUTHDOWN AVENUE 8. ONE-SIX-NINE 9. THEBIGFOREST EMPORIUM 10. JEHANE’S OPEN HOUSE 11. ‘WOW!’ THEY SAID 12. HUMMINGBIRD STUDIO 13. UPFUNT HOUSE 14. ART@202 15. PRINTHOUSE 16. THE CICADA HOUSE 17. 358 18. VARNDEAN SCHOOL 19. DOROTHY STRINGER 20. RASPBERRY SURPRISE 21. TERESA WINCHESTER & FRIENDS 22. EVA WIBBERLEY & FRIENDS 23. ART AT 23 24. THE OPEN HOUSE PUB

A huge thank you to our sponsors:

St Augustines, Seawhites, Dorothy Stringer, Beaumonts, David and Co, Surrenden Dental Practice, Roger Mason framing,

Choice Cuts, Preloved, Fiveways Fruits, Maslens Estate Agents, Wigwam, Fiveways Art and Craft, The Cleveland, The Deli,

Frame Factory, Varndean School, Philippa Stanton, Living at

Fiveways, The Open House, Restore Fitness Therapies, Preston Drove Osteopaths

RAIL From Brighton take the Lewes train to London Road station or London train to Preston Park station. ROAD Fiveways Artists Group area is east of Preston Park and the A23 London Road with all venues within walking distance and easy parking.


Fiveways magazine 2018  
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