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emmabennettPavillion dusky PINK 2mb watermarkedNew card art in our teashop for this season comes in the form of Emma Bennett’s wonderful cards.

emmabennettBrighton Beach ORANGE 2mb watermarkedA bit about Emma
‘Emma has lived in Sussex most of her life, and in Brighton and Hove for about 10 years. Her art is inspired by the places she travels and her surrounds in Brighton. She mainly sketches cities she has visited, often from her own photographs. Here you’ll see her Brighton artwork and photography, but she also covers cities such as Barcelona, New York, Vienna, Rome, Bruges, Las Vegas, Amsterdam and Valencia to name just a few.

emmabennettWelcome to Las Vegas coloured WATERMARKEDEmma states ‘There is no deep meaning to my art, I simply sketch the places that have a memory for me. I also sketch them as it’s exactly the kind of art I’d put on my own wall.’

emmabennettGaudi roof yellow WATERMARKED

She sells her artwork as any colour background you choose. Pick the image, the size of print, and one background colour and she can put it together.’

Web: http://www.artbyemmabennett.co.uk
Email: emmabennett171@hotmail.co.uk
Facebook: artbyemmabennett
Twitter: @EmmaBennett29

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Postbox at Much Ado Books

Postbox at Much Ado Bookshop, Alfriston

this is so totally a wonderful post box… at Much Ado bookshop in Alfriston. So totally jealous ! would love something wacky like this … but then you would need to have plenty of post to fill it .. is the art of letter writing drifting into the ether or what ? However , I had a lovely handwritten thankyou card today from our dear friends Eric and Michael  from Austwick Hall  and it made it all worthwhile !

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felt teapot

felt teapot

a tiny little bit about sewing in the garden… not the traditional sowing .. but sewing with needle and (as Paul calls it) fuzzy felts …

in the potager garden

in the potager garden

 I make my own cards when not running a global empire, and the peaceful spot of the ticket office over the weekend seemed the perfect spot to be creative… only with a howling gale blowing, felt, pins and needles to the four corners of the echinaceas I was one stitch short of a tapestry… but as an homage to the Flying saucers now flying with reckless abandon through the grasses brought by Ammonite man , Robin Johnson (of Driftwood fame)… I have designed some mad hatters tea party cards.. an exquisite collection of nonsense and wonder ! it is all very Alice in Wonderland! be ready and be a tiny bit afraid !

tea cup with star

star tea cup

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