Venue address: Forge Gallery, The Street, Walberton BN18 0PQ
Showing the work of 10 artists covering a wide range of practice
Susan Quekett's recent painting references 17th century Spanish art, but her signature colourful interiors continue to bring joy. Expressive Sussex landscapes explore a love of place.
Jess Jordan loves corroded surfaces, the contrast of rough and smooth line, patterns and texture that are found on stones, wood, glass and metal that has been weathered and broken down.
Sylvia OK Johnson studied pottery in Hong Kong and then at Diablo College in California, apprenticed to Gary Holt.
Nancy Scantlebury-Thompson is an illustrator and artist. Her work includes children's books, social media & commercial illustration, book covers, greetings cards and Giclée prints.
Campoli & Nelson are a collaboration of two skilled craftsmen, a silversmith and a fused glass artist. Their work ranges in style between the abstract and sculptural Modernism.
Holly Bell is a ceramicist living and working in Brighton. Her work is mainly thrown on the wheel, and heavily influenced by the coastal landscape, both in terms of form and colour palette. She is a member of the Sussex Guild of craftspeople.
Linda Farr mainly uses stoneware to slab build. She also mixes media, mounting fired pieces on reclaimed wood and develops wall hangings by combining these elements.
Mike Copley makes functional stoneware, thrown and slab work, in his pottery behind Forge Gallery. He mixes and develops his own glazes.
Tel: 01243 554818
Priscilla Ritchie studied at The Byam Shaw. She has exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Portrait Society, Royal Society of British Artists, New England Art Club and Paris.
Sue Tinkler works in glass producing sculptural pieces and wall art including kitchen splashbacks. Her jewellery, or ‘wearable art’ reflects industrial and geological themes.
Tel: 07762 928771