Jessica Coote at 5 Ways Brighton Artists Open House

I am very pleased to once again be showing my hand crafted textile landscapes and watercolour paintings at the wonderful 5 Ways Artists Open House in Brighton. Hosted by the extremely talented Sylph Baier, the 5 Ways Artists Open House offers visitors a fantastic selection Contemporary Homeware, Crafts, Jewellery, Paintings and Sculpture. The house is open to the public every Saturday and Sunday from 11.00am until 5pm, so please do pop in and take a look around. Many of my new textile landscapes will be on display, as will many of my new watercolour paintings of Brighton, which have increased dramatically in size since last year. The 5 Ways Brighton Artists Open House is Venue 3 on the Brighton Artist Open House trail.

Host: Sylph Baier
Venue: 5 Ways Artists Open House
Dates: 4th – 26th of May 2013
Address: 3 Florence Road, Brighton, BN1 6DL
Phone: 01273 540 552

Guest artists in Sylph’s Open House:

Rebecca Barkaway – Bee’s Cakery – Cafe in the Garden
www.beescakery.co.uk

Holly Berry – Contemporary Woven Textiles with Graphic Morse Code Messages
www.hollyberryprojects.com

Jessica Coote – Hand-Embroidered Textiles
www.jessicacoote.co.uk

Patrick Edgeley – Print Making
www.antigraphic.biz

Avrina Eggleston – Precious Metal Jewellery and Gemstones
www.avrina.co.uk

Jessie Fleck – Sculpture

Catherine Guerrier – New and “Recycled” Jewellery

Lisa Katzenstein – Ceramics
www.lisakatzenstein.co.uk

Susan Kennewell – Embroidered Textiles
www.susankennewell.co.uk

Sarah Lock – Decorative Wooden Lighting
www.sarahlock.com

Wolfram Lohr – Leather Accessories
www.wolfram.com

Mandy Murray – Textiles

Louise Paul – Traditional and Novel Basketry

Jane Robbins – Paper Collage
www.janerobbins.co.uk

Debbie Siniska – Rag Rugs and Felt
www.debbiesiniska.co.uk

Liz Toole – Paintings and Prints
www.liztoole.co.uk

Tanja Ufer – Jewellery
www.tanja-ufer.co.uk

Jessica Coote

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Jessica Coote is a creative hand embroidery/textile artist from East Sussex, England. Through creative hand embroidery and textile art, Jessica endeavours to interpret the beauty and tranquil ambiance of the natural world. The great richness of each scene that she depicts is explored through its colours, textures, patterns, organic forms, light and shadows.

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