Brighton Art Fair / Made Brighton

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This year’s Made Brighton and the Brighton Art Fair are joining forces over the weekend. Does it dilute the brand and message? For us, it adds to the variety and attraction of these popular events to be able to enjoy everything at once.

We’re enjoying a covetable combination of art, jewellery, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, blacksmithing and print at the Brighton Dome’s Corn Exchange.

We love:

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Patrick O’Donnell – oils on canvas, enigmatic dark planets in endless space

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Caroline Lingwood – painting mysterious impressions of fading nature,  plus delicate ceramics flowers

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Leila Godden – misty muted seascapes and shore, texture and tone

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Rosamund Fowler – Entrancing detailed hand printed animal etchings tap into children’s book illustration memories

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Sue Gregor – unique statement acrylic jewellery with real flowers and leaves

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Chris Hawkins – jewellery with a darker edge: antler and bone-influenced silver pieces

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Sarah Grove – pretty quilt- and button-inspired ceramic jugs

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James Price Blacksmith – epic simplicity of line, especially his steel & slate companion set

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Fleur Grenier – harmonious, curvaceous wood, glass and pewter pieces

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Flora McLachlan – dreamy woodland etchings, evoking mystery, legend and myth

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Frances Doherty – powerful ceramic pods and flowers, alien and suggestive

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Dawn Stacey – ‘Reed Reflections’ acrylic on canvas, swans in flight through the green

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Bee Bowen – elegant and unique leaf printed silk garments

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Phoebe Jewellery – fine silver and wood pieces with a pagan woodland feel – squirrel and acorn necklace

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Open all weekend 23-25 September 2016

Brighton Dome Corn Exchange

 

Posted in Brighton and Hove 2016