Kate Pincott

British-Persian duo safeguarding traditional handcrafted joinery in a modern-day context. Kate and Abdollah strive to be creators of luxury ‘future heritage’ in everything they do, where modern and high end meets heritage craft and timeless design, so that Nafisi pieces can be passed on to the next generation.

Abdollah Nafisi

British-Persian duo safeguarding traditional handcrafted joinery in a modern-day context. Kate and Abdollah strive to be creators of luxury ‘future heritage’ in everything they do, where modern and high end meets heritage craft and timeless design, so that Nafisi pieces can be passed on to the next generation.

Mandy Ford

Welcome to my birthing of Broccoli and Grape, what an awesome opportunity that I’m able to step into, with the love and support of family, friends & Faith. I’ve had time to express & evolve into what i’m producing from delicate watercolours to acrylic & other materials. I’ve also explored making & painting my own cards as well as photography. I try and recycle materials were possible.

Pearl Budgen

I love to paint a variety of natural forms,my preferred medium is Acrylic on canvas which l add mixed media for texture,also enjoy working with Charcoal and Pastels. I started painting for fun and soon discovered a love and outlet for my creative abilities. I found many different ways to experiment with paint and wanted to develop my skills and continued to explore art, so l choose to enhance my … Continue reading

Vicky Gomez

Vicky Gomez is a Spanish artist based in Horsham. After many years working as Graphic Designer and 3D Artist in several projects, Vicky decided to return to her passion, Painting. Inspired by sea life and nature she starts to create several watercolour works. She always liked to experiment with different materials, using paint, paper, cardboard and pencils in her works. Now she is also using linocut and printmaking in her … Continue reading

Vicky Glyn

Vicky Glyn is a textile artist making mainly contemporary wall hangings, but also cushions throws and table mats. The key qualities of her work are the use of exciting colour schemes, and the interplay of movement and stillness via the use of pattern and geometric forms. Her works seem to glow with an inner light as if back-lit. Her works often have a spiritual quality, and she says she would … Continue reading

Joanna Gill

My work explores hand dyed fabrics, screen and lino printing. I enjoy capturing abstract forms in nature and drawing these in bold and colourful expressive marks. I use lino printing as it shows the skill of the artist, as its not mass manufactured by a machine. Mistakes can occur in hand – made items, and it’s this idea of imperfections (Wabi – sabi, a Japanese expression for impermanence & imperfections … Continue reading

Deborah Crago

My artworks are all inspired by the beauty, variety and intricacy of flowers. I work in a couple of different mediums: drawing as well as textile artwork. My graphite drawings are magnified sections of flowers. My intention is to enable the viewer to look at a specific flower in a more intimate way. By removing the distraction of colour, I aim to show the intricacy of the flowers, the detail, … Continue reading