Featured Artistans

Corrin Tulk - Abstract Seascapes

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Corrin's work is inspired by her local surrounding in the Norfolk Broads and along the East Anglia coastline. She creates an interpretation of the landscape or seascape including memories of harbours, lifeboat houses, off shore wind farms and the disappearing cliffs in semi distinguishable forms.  Corrin was shortlisted for The Royal Institue of Oil Painters Mall Galleries (2014).

Michelle Daniels - Raku

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Michelle’s Raku work is inspired by photographic images of planet earth as seen from the International Space Station and also recent images of Jupiter from NASA’s Juno cam. Her Raku procedures are now included in the new edition of Peter Cosentino's 'Encyclopedia of Pottery Techniques' in both the burnishing & raku sections.  Michelle also had the opportunity to meet ESA astronaut Tim Peake and present a 'space pot', inspired by his amazing photography from the International Space Station.

Spencer Murphy - Photography

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We are privileged to present work by Spencer Murphy, who has been included in the National Portrait Gallery’s Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize exhibition seven times between 2006 – 2013.  In 2013 he was the overall winner.  He now exhibits in the Permanent Collection at the National Portrait Gallery.

Leesa Carden - Seascapes

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Leesa Carden is the founder of Ginger Llama.  Leesa’s speciality is life drawing and painting.  Her paintings reflect her style of working intuitively with paint using bold brushstrokes to create moody land and seascapes.  Leesa studied Art and Design in Australia and Painting at the Art Academy, London.

Gayle Shapton - Wildlife Paintings

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Gayle’s work is inspired by the animals that surround her in the East Sussex countryside.  She is influenced by trends in fashion and interiors and her textile training is evident in the decorative backgrounds of her paintings. Gayle has shown her work in Galleries and Art Fairs across the South East.  She was featured in Sussex Style Magazine as “One to Watch” in 2015 and her work has featured in Index magazine and Country Homes and Interiors.

Lee Baylis - Paintings

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Lee has been painting most of her life and has a qualification in Art and Design.  She enjoys working expressively to bring joy to the canvas and viewer and is inspired by Monet, Gerhard and Jackson Pollock.  Lee paints with passion and specialises in expressive abstraction and impressionism.

Artisans

Visual Arts

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 Seascape Paintings 

Leesa Carden  

Abstract Seascape Paintings 

Corrin Tulk

Wildlife Paintings

Gayle Shapton

Abstract Paintings

Lee Baylis

 Photography 

Spencer Murphy

Illustrative Paintings

Neil Thompson 

Paintings (mixed)

Mollie E Barnes

Animal Paintings

Marie Claire

Drawings & Paintings

Jan Moffat

Machinery Drawings

Louise Gray


Jewellery

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Sea Glass and Silver Designs

Tania Covo 

Silver and Enamel Designs

Wendy Kemp 

Unique Costume Necklaces

Sue Petszaft

Tiara’s and Necklaces

Lavender-Blue

Ceramics

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Raku Pottery

Michelle Daniels

Artisan

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Vintage Jackets 

Angela Vernon Bates 

Candles

Iset Candles

Trust Skincare

Shhh Holistic 

Christmas Decorations

Lavender-Blue

Upholstery and Home Furnishings

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Upholstery

Helen Marshall 

Lampshades

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