The Winter arts trail in Brighton and Hove opens on the 26th November 2022 and I’m excited to have my latest art at Bluebell Would artist’s open house in West Hove. Come along to see art and makes and meet the artists. Read on for details on when and where to find us.
The Artist Open Houses in Brighton
Brochures are available across the city as venues gather their artists and makers. Many houses and studios open every year and have regular visitors. Download the brochure, find trail maps, venues and a list of artists at Artist Open Houses.
Bluebell Would Artists Open House
This venue is a delightful mix of artists and makers. Bluebell has a warm welcome for everyone and visitors are encouraged to be inspired by the art and the artists. You’ll find painting, printmaking, glasswork, ceramics, jewellery, illustration, photography, candles, cards, handknits and so much more. Bluebell is a skilled photographer and her beach landscapes need no filter to wow you.
Visit us at Bluebell Would, 45 Westbourne Gardens, Hove, BN3 5PN.
26th – 27th November
2nd – 4th December
9th – 11th December
Details in Events.
Perfect for gift shopping in Hove
The variety of art and makes on display is extraordinary and there’s really something for everyone. There is no pressure to buy at this open house as Bluebell loves to gather artists together and inspire others. But, if you’re looking to shop local in Brighton and Hove this year, Bluebell Would is a great place to add to your list. Give Bluebell Roebuck a follow on Instagram as she’s sharing the artists in the run up to the trail.
Shopping small and supporting local business feels so good right now as artists and makers everywhere are struggling to keep their businesses running. Plus, a little festive cheer is much better in person!
My latest coastal inspired art
I’ll be taking along a collection of small canvases and framed tiny art inspired by moments by the sea. Text from my beach journals has become more prominent and appears as gentle reminders.
A rare sighting of my Powertex fairy houses
I’ll also have a small collection of Powertex fairy houses on display. These magical little homes are made from glass jars, textiles and clay (amongst other things). Unscrew the roof to allow for an LED candle to be inserted, ready to welcome some magic folk into their new residence. They are also weatherproof so can be displayed outside.
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See more of what’s on display at Bluebell’s or the rest of the trail, head over to Artists Open Houses to browse and download a copy of the brochure.
I hope to see you there.