Judith Alford

Judith works through the medium of stained glass having learnt the techniques at college. This is a centuries old craft which has changed little with the passage of time. Selecting and cutting coloured glass she then hand paints designs such as letters, patterns and pictures onto the glass using traditional glass paints. The painted glass is then fired in a kiln to make the paint permanent. This process of painting … Continue reading

Iris Bishop

My interest and experience in using innovative textile techniques, enables me to create unique garments, shawls and accessories, alongside complementary artwork in a variety of media. Individual commissions are welcomed. I customise each piece to fit and suit my clients in terms of style, size and colour, using high quality materials and with a professional finish. Exhibitions present a wonderful opportunity to show a seasonal collection of my latest ‘one-off’ … Continue reading

Esther Clark

Esther loves any creative medium, in particular textiles and pen-and-ink; intricate details in drawings often translate well into fabrics. One favourite subject is buildings, and using appliqué to recreate these in fabrics, Esther adds individual touches, like pearls for a 30th anniversary, a plane for a pilot, or a welcoming cat in the window, to make commissions as personal as possible. Esther also makes cars in fabric appliqué. While this … Continue reading

Sarah Downton

Original glass beads and jewellery made with fire and passion by Sarah in West Sussex. Sarah is an award winning glass beadmaker, member of the Surrey Guild of Craftsmen and regular judge of The Bead Awards. She offers beadmaking lessons for up to three people at a time in her dedicated glass studio in Horsham. ‘I use traditional lampworking techniques and the finest Venetian, German and American glass to make … Continue reading

Carolyn Gibbs

I am often inspired by plants and flowers, which I observe and paint, focussing on the detail. Some of these are translated into embroideries using skills I am learning at the Royal School of Needlework. Sometimes I just break out and experiment! Profits from my sales are donated to charity.

Steve Gubbins

Photographic abstracts of the oldest Yew trees in the UK also abstract reflections. Porcelain pots, bowls, dishes, candlesticks and pieces of art.

Kerry Kinnell

Print making, textiles and paintings reflecting a love of colour, pattern and texture. Inspiration from family life, to nature, angels and cocktails. I tend to play with inspiration, topics and media and just do what ever I feel like doing resulting in quite an eclectic collection of creations.

Rosemary Myles

After attending just a couple of mosaic workshops in 2012, I knew this was something I would like to do when I had time. Quite unexpectedly, just a year later, my circumstances changed and I did indeed have the time to try my hand at mosaics and by early 2014 I was hooked! I am now enjoying designing and creating unique, handcrafted colourful mosaic bowls, pots, mirrors, tables and wall … Continue reading

Edith Pargh Barton

Large and small scale oil paintings on canvas as well as quirky textile sculptures that have human-like qualities. Colour, texture and humour is a running theme in all my work. My sculptures and tea-lights are exhibited with the Sussex Guild  

Susan Tindall

I work mainly with earthenware clay making original ceramic pieces using my own designs, however I do enjoy the variety and challenges of working in other art and craft mediums. My work is often inspired by my love of nature and animals, particularly dogs. Art works include sculpture, ceramic paintings, sprigged and relief pictures, plaques and signs, jewellery including dog/animal brooches and show clips, night lights and lamps, wedding gifts/favours … Continue reading

David Unsted

Hand turned wooden items. Both practical and decorative. All make nice presents, from pens to vases.

Chris Weedon

I have always been interested in art and creating things. I started with attending a sculpture night class which I did for several years which I really enjoyed. I modeled mainly in clay and either casting or firing the final piece. I then brought a kiln and wheel and have concentrated more on ceramics, but still like to create sculptural forms. I take inspiration from nature in creating my work. … Continue reading

Horsham Branch Embroiderers’ Guild

Contemporary and traditional work by both the individual members and branch projects of Horsham Branch. Mixed media, hand and machine embroidery featured as well as pieces by our Young Embroiderers. .