Artworks for sale
You can see and buy a selection of artworks by our local artists in Rottingdean
You can click on a link below to go straight to the artist's section
Founder and creative director of Artpod.
Sharon is a visual arts practitioner, with over 30 years of experience in collaborating with publicly funded arts and cultural organisations; using fabric, willow, Jesmonite, foam, clay, paper and light to design, create & build many of these organisations’ iconic sculptures, lanterns, creative installations, puppets, outdoor artworks & performances.
“I have always loved working with willow and started my creative journey with willow as a community artist making lanterns and puppets and teaching other artists. Then people started to ask me to make living sculptures in willow in their gardens and in schools for outdoor learning environments, many of these creations are huge. For the past 6 years I have been challenging myself to create smaller items, these have become very popular as gifts for homes and gardens.
I also teach how to make these smaller willow sculptures in classes and courses at Artpod”
Marine and Landscape Artist.
Born in Sheringham, on the North Norfolk coast and growing up by the North Sea, Mick developed a profound understanding of its many moods and adverse weather conditions. The desire to capture it in paint began.
Mick has since gained a reputation as a marine artist of skill and accuracy, with paintings in private collections around the world.
Including four highly successful exhibitions of paintings and books depicting the rescues of Henry Blogg and the crews of Cromer lifeboats, the rescues of the Sheringham lifeboats, the rescues of the Wells and Blakeney lifeboats the rescues of the Caister lifeboats were held at Picturecraft of Holt, Norfolk in 2001, 2003, 2006 and 2008. These were the results of almost 12 years work.
Mick now lives and work overlooking the sea in Rottingdean on the Sussex Coast. He divides his time between painting (in oils, watercolour and pastels) and teaching watercolour technique and methods.
Pls note all paintings will be sent in a postal tube, which you can unfold when received.