Work of Isfield artists goes on display this weekend

Ceramics artist Nigel Hunter with some of his work at a previous exhibition in Isfield. He will display sculptures at the Made in Isfield event this year.

Thirteen artists and makers who live in, or near Isfield, will be exhibiting their work in the village hall this weekend.

They are taking part in Artwave 2020 and the exhibition will be open from 11am until 6pm on Saturday, and from 11am until 5pm on Sunday.

The ‘Made in Isfield’ artwork will include figurative and landscape painting, bespoke jewellery, drawings, textiles, ceramics, sculpture, photography, collage, and a variety of printing methods.


Artists include Adele Scantlebury (woodblock prints), Karen Potter (litho and lino prints), Lisa Hamilton (jewellery), Nigel Hunter (sculpture), Janine Shute (drawing), Stuart Bass (painting), Mark Preston (Digital prints), Dan Johnson (collage and screen prints), Sue Williams (hand made bags and fabric goods), Stephanie Hunter (ceramics), Debbie Lias (photography), Annie McManus (painting), and Tommy Merryfield (painting).

There is plenty of room to park at Isfield Village Hall, or you can take the number 29 bus from Uckfield, Ringmer, or Lewes (please check the timetable for your return journey).

For refreshments The Laughing Fish pub is a ten minute walk away, or you could walk along the River Ouse for half an hour to the Anchor Inn.


Numbers inside the hall for viewing the art will be restricted depending on Government rules at the time (25 people standing inside at present which includes the exhibition organisers on duty).

Masks are to be worn inside the hall, and people are asked to please use the hand sanitiser on entry.

Isfield Village Hall Committee requires the event organisers to adhere to additional Terms and Conditions of Hire which include a stringent cleaning regime during and after the event.

The event may be cancelled at short notice if Government rules change for any reason, for example local Covid 19 numbers ‘spiking.’

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