2a Adur Avenue, Shoreham-by-sea, BN43 5NN

Welcome to Art@2A. The house is situated on the corner of Adur Avenue and Erringham road. Join Karen and 7 fellow artists in her quirky house with art deco features.

We will have a mixture of paintings, mosaics and ceramics on show.

The Garden café will be open with seating inside and outside the house for you to enjoy a cuppa, cappuccino and a selection of cakes and cookies.  

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Karen Bravery
Karen is a mixed media artist who uses ink, charcoal, acrylic and pastel. She will be showing portraits and landscapes inside the house. Her studio (posh shed in the garden!) will be open to view work in progress and sketchbooks.
Elaine Bellamy
Mosaics made from vintage crockery, tiles and porcelain ornaments, this art is sometimes called’ Pique –assiette’
Penny Mechen
Realistic abstraction, in acrylic, watercolour or pastel, is the favoured style of this artist with colourful landscapes, water scenes and creatures. The collection includes a selection of originals, prints as well as cards.
Kathy Serinturk
My mosaic work is based on the Japanese philosophical idea of kintsugi, which is that nothing is ever really broken and that beauty can emerge from broken things. I am also hugely influenced by Gustave Klimt
Tim Huitson
I have been painting for many decades but have only recently begun to exhibit to a wider public. My canvases mainly inhabit an area in the interstices between pure abstract and representations of landscapes and seascapes. I live near the seashore on Shoreham Beach and much of my recent work has been inspired by the light on the shore and the energy of the sea.
Caroline Tyler
I make smoke fired pottery. I seek to find shapes which best display the subtleties of smoke. I polish with beeswax once fired to enhance the shine and reflect light”.
David King
I usually paint in oil or pastel. My main interest is portraiture but I also like to paint outdoor scenes, often local to the beach.
Michael Lainchbury
Ceramics is my life passion. Inspired by the chalk downs and flint seams, i create closed forms and use ancient techniques to refine and finish them
Open Garden, Refreshments
Open Dates
May 28th, May 29th, June 4th, June 5th, June 11th, June 12th
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Additional Information
Open Garden, Refreshments, on street parking available