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Tina Davies @ Brighton Fringe 2019

Posted on April 21, 2019 | 0 comments
Tina Davies is a Brighton-based contemporary artist. Born in Australia and after achieving a BA from the University of Cardiff, she developed a 30 years successful international career creating unique art with ceramics, and paintings.

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Caroline Wright @ Brighton Fringe 2019

Posted on April 21, 2019 | 0 comments

Caroline Wright

Brighton Fringe '19

Dreaming of Waves

Art5 Gallery, Brighton

8th - 14th of May 2019

MAY 11th Meet & Greet

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Born and raised in West Sussex, Caroline studied art and design at Brighton University and has a BA Hons degree in graphic design from The University of the Arts, London.  

Caroline remembers spending much of her spare time as a child colouring and painting and filling endless sketchbooks with detailed drawings of the Sussex countryside where she grew up. Her appreciation of space, beauty and light that began at an early age continued to develop throughout her life.

Now that she lives on the beach the stunning, ever changing sea views provide constant inspiration for her contemporary fluid paintings. Her home studio is flooded with an amazing quality of light which bounces off the sea all year round. This is uniquely captured in her work through her use of colours, the metallic and pearlised threads of detail and glasslike resin finishes which coat her watery creations.

ART5 Gallery is a strong supporter of Caroline’s work in England, having her as a resident artist for over 3 years. We are thrilled to be hosting her for her Fringe 2019 show, entitled Dreaming of Waves. The exhibition is free and will run from Wednesday May 8th until the 14th. Meet the artist on May 11th [ 2 pm to 6 pm].


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Anna & Lesley @ Brighton Fringe 2019

Posted on April 21, 2019 | 0 comments

Anna Carter & Lesley Ennis are North Devon artists, collaborating to make their unique artwork since 2008. Their work consists of sourcing sea glass from their local beaches and transforming them into art. Collectors across the world hold their artwork, most notably in China, Australia and the UK.

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