Four weekends during Brighton’s international Festival: 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 2012.
In 1981 the painter Ned Hoskins opened his house in Brighton, to the public in order to show and sell his artwork. This became quite popular in the city so much that just a year later more artists decided to do the same with their own paintings. 30 years after the event has grown massively, the first and biggest of its kind in UK, generating over £1mil in sales every year. Ned’s work, which is constantly developing, is inspired by landscape and he will be showing paintings and drawings from throughout his career. 109 Stanford Avenue, Brighton BN1 6FA. Find out the more!
Come to stay at the Oriental,a luxury B&B guest house minutes walk away from the beach and the town centre. Great breakfast and unique cocktails! 24h access.