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Brighton Journal | 21st October 2019

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Posts ByElizabeth Richardson, Author at Brighton Journal

Artist of the Week: Karen Potter

19th October 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Karen Potter, a local printmaker who creates linocut and lithograph landscapes. Karen always has a sketchbook to hand, and carries out her preliminary drawings in situ. We discussed what attracts her to printmaking, as … Read More

Artist of the Week: Lulu Clark

12th October 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Lulu Clark, a local jewellery designer who takes inspiration from geometric shapes, texture and form. We discussed Lulu’s favourite things to do locally, and how her current collection puts an emphasis on recycling and … Read More

Artist of the Week: Hiroko Lewis

5th October 2019 |

This week we spoke to Brighton-based artist Hiroko Lewis about her semi-abstract mindscapes. Frequently inspired by the Sussex landscape, a recurring theme in Hiroko’s artwork is “the beauty of imperfection and decay.” We discussed how living in Brighton has influenced … Read More

Artist of the Week: Dale George

28th September 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Dale George, a local interior designer and stylist who creates custom paintings alongside his various design projects. Dale’s work takes inspiration from geological, oceanic and horticultural influences. Made according to the setting they’ll be … Read More

Artist of the Week: Annabel Wyatt

21st September 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Annabel Wyatt, a local artist who paints figurative work and portraits in her Brighton studio. Annabel’s textural application of acrylic and oil creates compositions that you almost want to touch. We discussed how much … Read More

Artist of the Week: Joshua Uvieghara

14th September 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to local artist, Joshua Uvieghara. Based in the Phoenix studio space, Joshua finds that Brighton’s eclecticism and artistic dynamism informs his painting. His artwork often explores identity, memory, philosophy and the nocturnal. We discussed the … Read More

Artist of the Week: Moose Azim

7th September 2019 | 2

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Moose Azim, a Brighton-based photographer whose personal projects explore nature, nostalgia and family. Her recent work includes a touching series of photographs of her Mother’s belongings that process feelings of loss and love. We … Read More

Artist of the Week: Anna Liversidge

31st August 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Anna Liversidge, a Brighton-based textile and embroidery artist. Anna is constantly inspired by natural elements including seaweed, rocks and gulls. We discussed Anna’s journey to calling herself an artist, her current projects and how … Read More

Brighton roundabout reported as one of the UK’s most dangerous

30th August 2019 |

The Brighton Aquarium roundabout has been named one of the UK’s most dangerous, according to an analysis of thousands of roundabouts across the country. 

The roundabout “league of shame” surveyed almost 6,200 roundabouts, with Aquarium roundabout placing 16th.

An average … Read More

Could you be a Sussex Police puppy foster carer?

30th August 2019 |

Sussex Police are seeking applicants to look after their furry friends until the pups are ready to “step up their careers” and join the police force. 

The Surrey Police and Sussex Police Dog Unit is made up of German Shepherds, … Read More