Still time to visit Sussex Nightstop’s online affordable art auction!


Didn’t get to visit all the houses you wanted to?
View and buy selected pieces online.

Although the Artists Open Houses festival is over for this May, AOH  fundraising partner Sussex Nightstop’s art auction continues, selling affordable art to raise money for their work with young people experiencing homelessness.

Take a look at to view artworks donated by AOH Festival artists and grab yourself a bargain.

Work for sale includes pieces from abstract painter Jo Watters-Pawlowski; glass sculptor Helen Twigge-Molecey; architectural artist Amalia Sanchez de la Blanca; abstract oil painter Maroulla Simmonds and benevolent artist Tony Mills.

Lot 4: Sandfield Pond II – Jo Watter-Pawlowski

Lot 5: Fungi – Helen Twigge-Molecey

Lot 9: Royal Pavilion -Amalia Sanchez de la Blanca

Lot 10: Santorini Night – Maroulla Simmonds

Lot 24: The Boys – Tom Clifford

Lot TM3: The Kiss – Tony Mills