All of us here at ART5 are happy to announce we have been nominated in the Sussex Muddy Stilettos Awards 2017 for Best Art Gallery!
The ethos of Muddy is all about quality and curation and unearthing the cool independent businesses and events in each county. Muddy Stilettos, ‘The Urban Guide to the Countryside’, runs its own annual awards for quality local lifestyle businesses simultaneously across all the Muddy counties. The awards are entirely publicly voted, so we're counting on you, our lovely loyal customers, to help us get to the finals!
This is a very exciting opportunity for all of us, and we really hope you share the excitement too! If you'd like to vote for us, please follow this link here before 24th May when the finalists will be announced!
ART5 Gallery is proud to announce we now have an exciting collection by our new artist Anita Kutsarova.
Anita’s creative artwork represents an on-going exploration through variety of techniques and materials, it embodies her fascination with her constant search of innovative and unique effects…each piece holds a story.
Anita's work can be found in private collections across the globe, but you can view our available collection in the gallery or online here
Following the great success of our Yvonne Coomber solo show, we now have a fresh new display in the gallery!
With works from an array of our artists, there's definitely something for everyone. Alongside some of our returning favourites, we have fresh new works not seen on display before, such as Tina's 'Come What May' and Alex's 'Purple Haze'.
Alongside this, we now have our window display filled back up with gorgeous small pieces including Heidi's intricate textiles, Louise's sparkling seascapes and Anna & Lesley's darling mini glassworks.
Visit the gallery to bask in the beauty of our space or browse our online collections at your pleasure; either way, there's something waiting to catch your eye!
Survivors' Network was established in 1990 by a group of female survivors of childhood sexual abuse to provide services that would support other survivors. Their programs include hotlines, drop-ins and counselling, the local Brighton location being the fore-running crisis center for Sussex.
To brighten and refresh the counselling spaces at the center, one of our international artists Natasha Barnes has kindly donated six of her abstract floral paintings to the charity.
Natasha Barnes creates lavish, vibrant abstract paintings are inspired by her travels, absorbing the moments and transferring her feelings back onto the canvas, with bright, bold colour. Her work brings a breath of fresh air to those who view it, making it a lovely match for this wonderful charity.
Not only will these paintings be used within the building, but a couple of them will also be auctioned off to help raise money for the project. If you'd like to learn more about this charity click here and to find out how you can help or donate, click here.
It's officially Spring, and although the weather may not have gotten the memo, longer days and fresh beginnings will be soon upon us. Nothing says Spring like florals, but whilst it's still so grey outside, there's no better excuse to brighten your home with some gorgeous new art work!
At ART5 Gallery we have a gorgeous collection of joyous floral art works; from paintings, to ceramics, to prints, there's something for everyone! To view our full selection, be sure to visit the gallery or browse online here