Tag Archives: Fairlight

THINKING AHEAD … again

  I was talking to the voices in my head and one of them came up with a brilliant idea … merchandising for my next exhibition to help with costs! Consequently I’ve gone into intense production.     There will be two products for sale, both in limited edition runs and all individually monogrammed. Minimum […]

A PRACTICAL GUIDE …

  … that will help you enjoy the Open Studios at this year’s Coastal Currents Arts Festival.     I know many of you will be concerned about how tall the artists will be who are exhibiting their work this year. The following practical hints might be of help when visiting their studios. 1. If […]

THE BOTTOM OF MY GARDEN

So today, I was sitting in the garden enjoying a G&T when I heard a voice emanating from the public footpath the other side of the hedge – “Is that art?” I began to feel a tad depressed. And then I remembered that yesterday, when I was actually on the public footpath looking for feathers, […]

FAIRLIGHT’S COLUMN!

Please find clear and simple directions below on how to find Fairlight’s Column! Fairlight nestles to the East of Hastings right on the coast. It can be found. There is just one road into Fairlight which also has to be used to escape. Basically it’s one large cul-de-sac which goes part way to explaining why […]

THE FAIRLIGHT EYE

This iconic landmark which has stood in Fairlight for almost an hour and a half now, is one of the main reasons the village is considered to be a “have to, must do” tourist destination. The London Eye has copied this design and I wish them every success in trying to be as popular as […]

MY PUBLIC AWAITS ME

I now know how Kate Moss felt when she made the cover of Vogue for the first time. No doubt there will be sightseers waiting to catch a glimpse of me when I return from Surfugal now this has been published. I might as well cash-in I suppose. I am prepared to offer the ice-cream […]

BUSY BUSY BUSY

I’m turning little soldiers into sailors …. … well, swimmers really, and I’m redesigning my Hastings Eye into something a tad more recognisable. The local residents are crying out for more stuff and nonsense and I will NOT disappoint them!