In the magnificent drawing room of The Regency Town House, six artists present a stunning collection of paintings, drawings and ceramics. The six met at the St Andrews Place Art School in Lewes and continue to work collaboratively.
Rosin O’Shea is a South African born self-taught artist who is a successful interior architect and founder of the design and build business Red Square D&B. An artist and sailor who is passionate about people, portraits and experiencing the world’s many cultures.
Tan Kingston is a fine artist based in Kent, Sussex and Somerset. Her oil paintings are an exploration and interrogation of aesthetics through colour, brushstrokes and texture.
Laura Darling paints in oils to capture semi-abstract interpretations of landscape; exploring colour, texture and the morphology of the land. Her more figurative work focuses on still life, employing similar paint techniques to evoke mood and light
Stef Hunter is a ceramicist. She produces thrown and hand-built ceramics with a focus on colour and surface, influenced by the seasons and places on the South coast. Stef graduated in 3d design from Bristol and completed an MA in Ceramics at UCA Farnham.
Juliet Milward is a figurative artist, painting in oils. Her use of colour draws the viewer into the atmosphere created in her paintings, where the background and figure are given equal importance.
Jane Palmer won the Artist of the Year award in the May AOH festival. She specialises in portraits in oils, and welcomes commissions. Jane loves ‘capturing those elusive moments when models forget themselves and travel somewhere else’. She will also be showing her Sussex landscapes, still lifes and life drawings.