Hello, I am an artist interested in poster design and press illustration, but I also do portraits, book illustration and decorative prints. I specialize in digital and vector art. I have MA in Design from Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw. I live in Hastings, Old Town.
Anne-Marie Watson’s drawings are handwritten, flowing texts which describe memories and reflections of past events and thoughts on present experiences. They answer urgent, interesting questions or repeat the same word over and over again. Their creation is an absorbing, time consuming process which necessitates commitment and patience. Akin to one off performances the works are highly charged docu…
Freelance illustrator and concept artist, specialising in realistic illustration for film, videogames and media.
I’m a creative writer. Much of my earlier life has been spent as an artist, filmmaker (artistic shorts), photographer, but now all that feeds into my writing. I write mostly novels, literary and historical. Moved here just before lock down with my husband and dog and love the creative vibe here. Enjoy drawing too. Looking to meet other like minded souls.
Recent Saint Martins Fine Art Graduate working with partner Milly Chester making linocut prints of animals, nature, and local areas.
Chris “Kit” Butler
Freelance illustrator open to commissions! (please contact me via the group or IG)
Hastings Arts Forum
Hastings Arts Forum aims to promote the work of artist members and support the visual arts for the benefit of the local community. The Forum provides a professional gallery space to support these aims.
Hastings Visions Art Hub is a community studio based at The Ore Community Centre, run by artists Licy Clayden and Philippa Haines. We run a variety of adult classes and courses, which include our popular Art for Well Being class and there will be two new pottery courses starting soon. There will be opportunities for local artists to ‘hot desk’ studio space at an hourly or daily rate and the studio…
Originally from London Katherine studied fine art at Camberwell School of Art. She now lives and works in Hastings, a town rich in contrasts and eccentricities and the inspiration for much of her work. Her imagery, which is often described as accessible but slightly unnerving, is the product of an excellent grounding in traditional figurative art practise, and an interest in the surreal. Katherine…