Visual Artist, Fashion Designer & DJ. Based in Hastings, can create custom Visual Art/ Fashion as well as alterations.
I make paintings and prints of domestic objects such as rusty enamel jugs, garden tools and birds, which are usually life-size. I also make images of the sea – which inspired me to move to St Leonards in 2002. Large waves are created using an energy like the ocean itself, with paint dripped, poured and scraped back in a state of constant change between ebb and flow. I like to paint the ocean from…
Freelance artist, writer and teacher. Co-author: What they didn’t teach you in art school (Octopus books, Ilex, 2016)
Chris Daly – Soap and Rocket
Soap and Rocket is a photo ’zine / website / Instagram feed & analog camera shop dedicated to fine art & film based photography – edited by Chris Daly.
Common mormon studios Ltd
ART & DESIGN STUDIOS. Common Mormon Studios is a greative hub containing 11 studio spaces over two floors. The studios range from open plan spaces to private rooms, most spaces have excellent natural light. Studio prices include heating electric and wifi.There are toilets and a kitchen facility as well as a studio manager on site.
Emily Johns studied geography at Durham and immediately afterwards studied fine art at Goldsmiths because pictures seemed to be the right medium in which to think about geography. Her work spans poetry and politics. Over the last 30 years she has collaborated with poets published by Hearing Eye and her work has been widely used by campaigning organisations. Her touring projects include: ‘Conscious…
I am an artist, photographer, content producer and educator based in St Leonards-on-Sea. I am known for my photographs of London and its music culture and for events and blogging. Locally, my activity includes event & portrait photography, workshops and talks. My work engages with themes of music, community, home, environment, multiculturalism and youth-culture. I have exhibited an installatio…
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.