Mark is an artist originally from London who has always loved creating and producing art from a young age, but it's been a long journey to become the artist Mark is today.
St Elizabeth Hospice Exhibition and sale of posthumous works by
I’m Tristan, which despite being quite a cool name, has had a tendency to have been mispronounced over the course of my 50+ years.
Local musician, the lovely Ben Goble, has several reasons why focus on learning music has so many benefits. Here he is…
You may have seen the wonderful large wall art painting space on the corner of 142 Hamilton Road and Gainsborough Road. If you havent... where have you been dear?! 😁 We got in touch with the lovely Sarah Heather who will be painting the next wall art at 142 Gallery on Hamilton Road. Here's a bit about her artistic history…
Over 90 artists and craft makers will have their work for sale at this year's Art on the Prom in Felixstowe. The long-awaited return of this long standing event happens on Sunday the 3rd of September and promised to be a wonderful day-long celebration of creativity and community.
Growing up, I always loved the sea, despite moving away from home to another seaside town, coming back to visit my roots brings me back to my childhood.
'Class of 2023'
Gemma Gilbert is a local gal, who has such a creative heart. Here she is to tell us a bit about herself and how Felixstowe inspires her.
Check out this lovely poem written by Sarah Lou Cawdron, feel free to also send over your pieces of art or writing ☺️
Once a yearly occurrence on art enthusiasts calendar, the open air art fair Art on the Prom is once again set to take place in September after a four year hiatus. In 2020 the event was cancelled due to the pandemic and has not returned, until now.
We have a new piece of
"Expect to see a feast of colour and texture as we use textiles in free and innovative ways."
For the past thirty years Norfolk and Suffolk, with their differing landscapes and seascapes, have been my home and my artistic inspiration. For ten years I lived in Felixstowe with my family working as a teacher and artist. Our house in Felixstowe gained a reputation for being ‘interesting’. Huge decorative sculptural pieces that we had made would briefly appear in our front garden when they returned from decorating musical festivals and other community events throughout the country. Buses, cars and people would go slowly by to see the twelve-foot swans and twenty five-foot Guy Fawkes lanterns that were just two of the many sculptural pieces that we had made.
Sarah Lou Cawdron has sent us another one of her poems, we love how creative the people in Felixstowe are! ☺️
We got in touch with Brenda Nash after seeing some of her fabulous art work, here she is to tell us her story…