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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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terryguileimage2As one of our regular Exhibitors at our annual Unusual Plant & Art Fair we are now very pleased to invite Terry Guile to exhibit in our teashop with her collection of jewellery.

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In Terry’s own words-

“My name is Terry Guile and I was brought up on a farm on the
South Downs, just outside of Brighton. I am lucky enough to live
in a village where I have my own workshop.

terryguileimage1I design and make silver jewellery using semi precious stones
and pearls. I use silver wire or sheet which I cut, texture and form
into the finished piece.

terryguileimage4If there is a piece you like but there is
an issue with the size please feel
free to discuss

terryguileimage2http://www.terryguile.com
terryguile@btinternet.com
Tel: 01403 711356″.

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