Lindfield Arts Festival is so pleased to welcome such creative talent once again and to celebrate the 10th Anniversary we have more venues than ever before. Look out for the art trail. The venues will be displaying art from 10.00am till 5.00pm on Saturday 21st September and 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sunday. Exact times see programme or website. Follow the links below for more detailed information.
Lindfield Arts Studio
Lindfield Art Studio will be opening their doors for the 2019 Lindfield Art Festival on Saturday 21st September from 10.00am to 5.00pm and on Sunday 22nd September between 10.00am to 4.00pm. It will be hosting an open house where visitors will be able to come in and see the work of seven incredible local artists, including the founder of Lindfield Arts Festival and the Lindfield Art Studio’s owner, Leesa Le May.
Each day the Studio will also be running various free workshops at 11.30am and 1.30pm where visitors can try out new skills.
On both days Lindfield Art Studio will also be running a raffle where the winners will receive an art gift from one of the amazing artists exhibiting. All the artwork on display will also be available to purchase and between 1.00pm and 2.00pm adults will be able to enjoy a free Prosecco hour as well!
On the Sunday, there will also be an Art Café open between 11.00am and 3.00pm where homemade cakes and refreshments will be served in the Studio Garden.
More information about Lindfield Art Studio can be found on their website here.
Lindfield Primary Academy’s Sports Hall on School Lane
We are excited to showcase over twenty-five local artists’ work over the Arts Festival weekend. This year’s Art Exhibition, sponsored by Taylor Wimpey. Artworks cover many mediums including oils, acrylics, various printmaking techniques, watercolours, textiles etc. and range from figurative to abstract and conceptual. Many of our artists will be around over the whole weekend so there is an opportunity to chat with them and find out about their work, all of which is for sale.
There will also be a promotional table from artists belonging to the Adventurers’ Art Club so if you would like to get involved with a local club, you can find out all about it.
Artists include: Shelley Morrow: | Tommy Golunski:| Jo Myles:| Sarah Jones: | Helen Wiggins – Art by Wigs:| Suzi Alfred: | Hilary Kennett: | Tom Gillham: | Megan Snyders: | Fleur Cowgill: | Claire Roberts: | Tom Mackewn: | Suzanne Elizabeth: | Irene Burns: | Abi Street Glass Studio Ltd: | Nicola Baker: | Jo Hodder: | Telar de Luna: | Neil Giles: | Sue Pearson: | Wendy Wren: | Margaret Ruxton:
Outside the hall tea and cakes will be available, courtesy of the Lindfield Bonfire Society. Come along and see the incredible work that is being exhibited, and check out the artists attending below by clicking on their name to find out more details!
Burgess Hill Artists – King Edward Hall – Jubilee Room
Artist, makers, and designers from Burgess Hill and Bolney will be exhibiting their work at the Lindfield Arts Festival for the second year running. Featuring original works in watercolours, acrylics, inks, oils, reverse oils on glass, and ceramics. Subjects range from local landscapes and portraits (both people and animals) to fantasy dreamscapes, by way of miniatures, realism, comic books, and whimsy. Artworks are also available as fine art prints on paper or canvas and as greeting cards.
More information about the Burgess Hill Artists can be found on their website here and their Facebook page here. The Burgess Hill Artists include: Jim Batt | Alan Spencer Brooks | Jayne Crow | Mike Duck | Yasmin Frampton | Emily Hutchings | Melanie Hodge | Sandra Smith | Annie Watts | Holly Sellors
Paul Guthrie, 41 William Allen Lane, Lindfield RH16 2SE
Paul Guthrie is having an open house to showcase his new collection of work on Saturday 21st September between 10.00am and 4.00pm. Paul’s previous work has been exhibited widely and attracted buyers from all over the world. “My intention is to create vibrant, original art to lighten the space we live in.”
More information about Paul’s work can be found on his website here.
PPearl Gallery, 118 High Street, Lindfield RH16 2HS
Sarah Cole, Field & Forest
Sarah is a practicing Artist and qualified Art teacher, with over 25 years of experience; working with both adults and children of all ages and all abilities. She returns to Field and Forest with fresh creations for 2019. Festival goers are welcome to pop in for some refreshments and admire Sarah’s art works.
She runs a range of art classes and workshops from The Gingerbread Tree Studio, and regular Art Clubs, for both KS1 and KS2 children, at Blackthorns Primary School. She tutors individual clients for exams, scholarships and for the sheer pleasure of art. She has run workshops for schools including Cumnor House School and Brighton College Prep School. She loves to share her knowledge and expertise in art with others, giving inspiration and confidence to those she works with, whatever age or experience. More information about Sarah’s work can be found on her website here.