Six things about Worthing Artists Open Houses

My six favourite things about this year’s Worthing Open Houses were:
1. Seeing Teresa Stewart-Goodman’s excellent logo printed on welcoming large banners everywhere around the town.
2Alison Milner's mid-century modern Formica coffee tables at New Parade – described by The Observer newspaper last weekend as ‘awkwardly cute'.
3. Buying a Joy Fox corsage brooch made from the palest yellow recycled blanket. I love Fox’s work (it’s the third piece of hers I own).
4. Mireille Clark’s beautiful contemporary silver jewellery and the close up view of Elisabeth Frink’s Desert Quartet sculpture at Alexander Terrace.
5. The colourful embroidered Russian dolls by Lara Sparks and Fiona Hesford’s cute knitfolk toys at York Road.
6. Everything about Sarah Young’s studio sale; her superb Lady (with revealed organs), her wonderful paintings and prints, and best of all, finishing my tour of Worthing Open Houses by drinking tea and eating cupcakes in her enchanting garden.

Russian dolls by Lara Sparks
Coffee tables by Alison Milner
Ceramics at New Parade

 
Sarah Young's garden studio
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