Artwave Exhibition

Bun & Bean will be joining 140 venues across Lewes, Seaford and surrounding rural areas to be part of Artwave festival. We will be exhibiting work by 5 contemporary artists who will be offering affordable art prints, cards, ceramics and original artworks for sale.

Save the date for our exhibition launch party Friday 18th August where you can get first dibs on artwork, enjoy some kombucha cocktails, craft beer and tasty veggie burgers. Come early for a free glass of fizz, we'll be kicking off at 6pm.


Introducing the Artists:

Natalie Foster

Blue Dacnis Digital Print

Blue Dacnis
Digital Print

Creatures of the Coffee Canopy Digital print

Creatures of the Coffee Canopy
Digital print

Natalie Foster is a graphic designer and illustrator from Brighton working with brands to craft their visual identities. Her art-based storytelling aims to cut through the noise to convey a message and inspire action.

For Artwave, she will be exploring the theme of wildlife habitats supported through traditional shade grown coffee methods.

natfoster.com


Emily Montgomery

Slip Cast Teacups and Coasters Semi Porcelain, matte glaze

Slip Cast Teacups and Coasters
Semi Porcelain, matte glaze

Hand Printed Cards £2.00

Hand Printed Cards
£2.00

"As a maker I use direct, mechanical processes that enable me to quickly produce multiple results. Slip casting and silk-screen printing are the two practices I favor most. My print work is pattern focused, exploring surface design within interiors whereas my ceramic work is more reserved and relies on simple shape and form."


Simon Griffiths (SICANDO)

"Your Planet needs You" Mixed media acrylic spray paint and 1970s cartoon collage on canvas 85cm x 103cm. @sicandotoo

"Your Planet needs You"
Mixed media acrylic spray paint and 1970s cartoon collage on canvas
85cm x 103cm.
@sicandotoo


Chris Prewett

Arms Risograph print. Edition of 20. 21cm x 30cm

Arms
Risograph print. Edition of 20.
21cm x 30cm

Chris is an illustrator and digital designer based in Lewes.
He works across multiple disciplines including drawing, screenprinting, motion graphics and ephemera.


Lee Robbins

George – Before the Final Call Black and white photographs of the performer George Ikediashi taken by Lee Robbins.

George – Before the Final Call
Black and white photographs of the performer George Ikediashi taken by Lee Robbins.

Since obtaining Bachelors of Arts (Photography) degree at the Norwich School of Art, Brighton based Lee Robbins has been a professional photographer for 10 years dividing his time between fashion, portraiture and commercial commissions.