Sue Stitt captures the action in her retro style posters. Last year's limited edition posters showing the yachts off St. Catherine's were a sellout and this year she has two stunning new images depicting the competing yachts as they pass through Hurst Narrows, and again as they jockey for position passing No-mans-land Fort, off Ryde.
Prices this year are:
mounted A3 - £90, framed A3 - £145
mounted A2 - ££120 , framed A2 - £215
You can reserve your print by emailing us your contact details: email@example.com
Or phone 01983 761424 during gallery opening hours (10.00 - 5.00 Mon to Sat 11.00 - 4.00 Sun)
We will get back to you to arrange payment and collection or shipping (framed prints must be collected)
Or call into Yarmouth Gallery, High Street, Yarmouth PO41 0PL, just a few minutes stroll from the harbour.
'Gothic' architectural mirror frames designed by Julian Parker are a modern take on a familiar feature of so many of our much loved old buildings. Free-standing or wall hung, some have crevices for candles or tea lights. Perfect for lighting up a dark corner.
The largest are around 23" x 10" and the smallest 11" x 7". Prices range from £32 to £85.
Before the heatwave, there was a period of rapidly changing cool weather here in the South when great swathes of cumulus cloud built, cloud on cloud to fill the sky. This painting, now hanging in Yarmouth Gallery is one of a whole series of cloud paintings I have been working on. Here I am, hanging my 'Cloudscape, Yarmouth Harbour' at Yarmouth Gallery, one of the first of a series in which the clouds have become the main subject. It is an oil on stretched canvas.
Birds eggs, pebbles, rocks and strata, distant horizons, rivulets across the sand all come to mind when looking at Sally Woodford's raku fired ceramic sculptures. Picking up one of her pebble forms is a sensual pleasure and it is hard to resist running a hand over the abstract, standing forms.
Sally uses hand building methods and says of her work "this means each piece evolves slowly, enabling it to develop its own character, to become individual - each piece I make proves to be the catalyst for the next. Numerous other cultures and artists have influenced and inspired this body of work, some more obviously than others, but the most direct inspiration comes from my own collection of beach stones.
I attended an amazing foundation course at Colchester (1975-1977), made brilliant by the inspiring tutorage of Phillip Ardizzone, followed by a BA Hons 3D design course at Middlesex Poly (1977-1980) which I survived thanks to Mo Jupp and my boyfriend Mark. It was while at college I fi...