Two artists exhibiting at the third Brunswick Town Art Fair next month have used the architecture of the city as their inspiration.
The Fair will be held amongst the Regency splendour of Brunswick Square Gardens, Hove, on Sunday June 30 and will include the work of over 60 artists.
Spanish artist Alejandro Martinez studied architecture in Seville before moving to Brighton where he found the landscape and sea perfect subjects for his delicate pen and ink drawings.
Brighton artist Adam Regester will be exhibiting his series of classic landmark images at the fair. Intrigued by local and iconic architecture, Adam likes to break down complex images into simple and somewhat naive sketch work, with bold block colour accents.
All works, from paintings and prints, to photographs, ceramics and jewellery will be for sale, and refreshments will be provided by local businesses.
Brunswick Town Art Fair is a local community event set in the Regency splendour of Brunswick Square Gardens. The event features local artists exhibiting paintings, prints, photographs, cards, ceramics, sculpture and jewelery focusing on high quality but affordable work which is all for sale.
Best of all, admission is completely free.