Shoreham Art Gallery

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Shoreham Art Gallery

A Treasure Trove of Talent

A lot has been changing at Shoreham Gallery over the past few months.

We’ve grown our Online Shop, developed an extra gallery space (which we subsequently were not able to use due to the lockdown) and we have welcomed three more talented local Sussex artists to our collective. In addition Sussex glass artist Alison Chesman has most recently joined the Gallery with her unique illustrated stained glass panels. Alison’s work can now be enjoyed alongside our two other glass artists all exploring different approaches using this medium.

Alison Chesman, stained glass panel

This February Shoreham Art Gallery are showcasing the work of four fabulous Sussex jewellers: David Lilly, Georgie Major, Terry Guile and Sarah Bridgland. Each artist brings their individual style with a variety of materials such as wirework, fused glass, embossed silver and gemstones. Their ideas have developed in many different ways from shaping the materials, by looking at nature and at other art forms.

Georgie Major, Blue Agate & Swarovski Crystal STS Wire Wrapped Pendant

Terry Guile, Labradorite and silver teardrop earrings with antique lace studs

We asked them all “What has inspired your latest jewellery pieces” and they have been giving some insight into how their work has been created. All the details can be found by going to www.shorehamgallery.co.uk/news/  
The exhibition is the first in Shoreham Gallery’s 2021 programme of events and runs for a month, although the February Jewellery exhibition can only be viewed online during the lockdown.

David Lilly, Amethyst Darricarrere Ring

Sarah Bridgland, Dichroic Glass Pendant

The Online Gallery and Online Shop are always open and offers FREE delivery to the BN43 area.
www.shorehamgallery.co.uk/

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