Coastal Currents

Open Studios

Curated Events Open studios

School House Studio

Elaine Baker and friends, Anna Wilson-Patterson, Meg Dodson, Sarah Nelson and Amy Leake showing; porcelain art, paintings of coastal huts, hounds and wildflowers, Rye inspired watercolours, ink and mono prints, felted art, hand carved wooden ware and much more.

School House / Anna Wilson-Patterson

Paintings inspired by cliff top living. Large windblown gorse landscapes evoking walks through The Firehills. Wild flowers in Gopsall Pottery. Greyhound and lurcher drypoint etchings.

Annie Soudain

I use my immediate surroundings and my imagination to create images of paintings, linoprints and fabric collages.

Daddy Papersurfer’s Shed

Nigel Crockett. Mainly paintings, environmentally friendly gift shop and a pair of panties. “Gorgeous art. Gorgeous man.”

Elisabeth and Tillmann Lenz

Elisabeth Lenz explores the sea and landscapes of East Sussex in her drawings and paintings. In Tillmann Lenz’s photography series “Small Man in a Big World” small model figures discover the world from a different perspective.

Tim Riddihough

House, garden, and tower installations. Sculpture, ceramics and paintings.

Matt Hardman

This is the first time that Matt Hardman has opened his home and studio to the public. His works in oil and cross-discipline imagery should prove to make an interesting and stimulating visit.

Fairlight End Open Garden and Studio

Fairlight End Garden, featured on BBC Gardener’s World, will be open. This 3 acre garden is a nature style 21st century garden, and contains 2 natural ponds, a model kitchen garden, meadows and an orchard.