Artists Milford on Sea

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Local Listings:

Sally Hamilton

Sally has been painting in watercolours since she was a small child. Art has been her lifelong passion and the feeling she has for her subjects is so intimately reflected in her studies.

36 High Street, Milford on Sea, Hampshire SO41 0QD.

Adrian Hamilton

Adrian's hand crafted yachts are inspired by his daily job, working with yachts and motor boats in Lymington's Yacht Haven.

Eileen Sey | Milford on Sea Art Scene

Eileen's paintings are inspired by local and Cornish landscapes, harbours and coastlines. Artwork ranges from representational to abstract in acrylic and mixed media.

Barnes Lane, Milford on Sea, Hampshire SO41 0RR

The Yellow Field

Maureen has successfully exhibited at the St Barbe's Museum in Lymington and The Red House in Christchurch. Maureen is also a member of many art clubs in the area.

Just Fly

I am fascinated by the way in which ink and watercolour react with paper. Their exciting and sometimes frustrating inconsistencies spur you into action. The medium is in charge and I watch and work with it.

Milford on Sea, Hampshire

Flow Collar

Jo creates bespoke designs and unique handmade collections from silver, gold and semi-precious stones.

Milford on Sea, Hampshire

Landscape 2

Julie moved to Milford on Sea in 2014, and is inspired by the wonderful Hampshire coast line, translating it into ‘abstractions of reality'. She is fascinated by the feel of the landscape and always works in series, her studio becoming a three-dimensional ‘sketchbook’ of ideas and experiments.

Mike Turner Sculpture

Michael has come along way since graduation in Design in 1997. At the beginning of his career, working from his parents garage, he used nuts and bolts and reclaimed steel to create all sorts of animals, reptiles and bugs.

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