Atelier Beside the Sea is brought to you by the creators of the MADE shows and Brighton Art Fair, Jon Tutton and Sarah Young. Our new arts venue is situated on Brighton Beach across three seafront arches and includes a shop, galleries, and teaching, community and events spaces. We aim to create a happy, unique and engaging home for creativity.
The galleries is a space for surprising, fresh and original contemporary art, craft and design.
A national and international programme of exhibitions is currently under development.
The shop specialises in beautiful and practical handmade work and highlights the individual makers and their processes. We offer a carefully curated selection of ceramics, textiles, jewellery, print, painting and sculpture from outstanding artists, craftspeople and designers from Sussex, and across the world.
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Large Imprint Pendant Necklace in Gold by Antonella Giomarelli. Click arrows to see further pieces! Imprint Venus Sleeper Earrings in silver with full 22 ct gold vermeil.
Antonella Giomarelli is a jeweller based in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.
For over twenty years Antonella has been returning to the tranquil Solway coast, where the only measure of time that matters is the tide. Shells, drift wood, pottery fragments and worn pebbles all spark Antonella’s creativity.
Mixed Media Jewellery by Rachel Butlin. Click arrows to see further pieces and views!
A collection of statement multi-shape brooches, necklaces and earrings with bold colourful and textured surfaces in Walnut, Formica and Enamel with contrasting oxidised silver details.
Lambswool Beanie Hat by Nina Fuehrer. Click arrows to see further pieces and views!
This bicolour beanie in four different colour combinations is knitted from lambswool and mohair in the studio of Nina Fuehrer. You can fold the edge of the hat over to give a shorter fit if you like.
The beanies are a standard women size.
The fit is for a 55-59 cm standard head size.
knitted by an industrial knitting machine and hand finished.
Sarah Tyssen Woven Scarves. Click arrows to see further pieces and views!
100% Merino Lambswool made in limited editions.
Size approximately 24cm x 195cm + fringes for the standard size and approximately 14cm x 190cm + fringes for the narrow style.
Sarah Tyssen hand weaves a sample piece of each design and colour, then calculates yarn quantities for production, has the yarns dyed, and then
Moroccan Milkman linocut print by Helen Murgatroyd. Click arrows to see further pieces!
Original, hand-carved and printed linocut, made using the colour reduction technique.
Print Size 21cm x 30cm
Paper Size 28cm x 38cm
Printed on 300gsm Somerset Satin
Helen Murgatroyd is a printmaker based in North Cornwall. She studied Graphic Design in Manchester before specialising in Printmaking at The Royal College of Art.
She makes print editions centred round themes of food, still life imagery and the domestic everyday.
Marzanna Scarf by Caitlin Hinshelwood. Click arrows to see further pieces!
Hand dyed and screen printed on large vintage habotai silk, hand rolled scarves.
The scarf was printed in a limited edition of 9 with no two colourways printed exactly the same, guaranteeing you a unique piece.
The print is a celebration of the start of spring; plants and sun returning, and festivities associated with the end of winter – straw decorations and painted eggs.
Espresso Set 1 by Nix Hawkins. Click arrows to see further pieces and views!
Espresso set in stone colour glaze.
Set of two. 6 x 6 cm approximately.
For Nix Hawkins, handmade ceramics offer the incredible opportunity to make truly individual and distinct objects from the subtle marks and shapes made by my hand to organic earthy glaze finishes from traditional firing techniques. Whilst her collections have distinct styles no two pieces will be the same, think of them like sisters rather than identical twins.
Herringbone Beaker Cups by Mizuyo Yamashita. Click arrows to see further pieces & views!
By Mizuyo Yamashita.
Ceramic beaker with tactile form and beautiful hand carved details. Perfect for coffee or tea.
Dimensions: H9cm x W9cm approx.
Bud Vases by Tamar Rose. Click arrows to see further pieces and views!
Paper-clay porcelain bud vases with intricate shell detail and an incredible pearly lustre glaze. Ceramics fit for a mermaid.
Height: 8.5cm, Depth: 3cm
Tamar Rose is a Sussex based ceramic artist and designer-maker. Tamar’s range of contemporary porcelain is born of a fascination with dramatic forms – their textures, movement, contrasts and silhouettes.
Trio of Sussex Oak Miniature Bowls by Ash & Plumb. Click arrows to see further pieces!
Ash & Plumb was created by design duo Barnaby Ash & Dru Plumb, born out of a desire to honour naturally sustainable materials crafting unique and functional works that breathe life into the living spaces they inhabit.
They specialise in woodturning as the foundation of our craft using locally, reclaimed and sustainably sourced British woods usually from trees fallen in storms, felled due to disease and decay or from responsible coppicing.
Resin Earrings by Kathie Murphy. Click arrows to see further pieces!
Resin drop earrings with colourful organic shapes.
Bowls by Emma Johnson. Click arrows to see further pieces and views!
By Emma Johnson.
Emma Johnson studied M(des) 3D Design and Craft at the University of Brighton, graduating in 2016. Since then she has focused on establishing her own creative business designing and making handmade ceramics in her Brighton-based studio, specifically focusing on slipcasting in porcelain.
Emma’s functional homewares are often based around architecture, incorporating precise, angular forms and a degree of buildability into the pieces.