In 2017 Glyndebourne hosted Sculpture (1504-2017), an exhibition of new work by British artist Nick Hornby.
An exhibition of Berlin-based artist Heather Betts’ paintings inspired by Hamlet will be on display at Glyndebourne throughout Festival 2017.
Lambis Stratoudakis is the photographer and artist who created the promotional images for the three new Festival 2017 productions – Hipermestra, Hamlet and La clemenza di Tito.
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University of Brighton student Johnathan Stevenson exhibited in our stalls gallery during Glyndebourne on Tour.
Deborah Bell is a leading South African painter and sculptor whose work is created in dialogue with multiple worlds, texts, histories and consciousnesses. She is also widely known for her collaborative projects with William Kentridge and Robert Hodgins.
Carol Peace is a sculptor who could not work without drawing, like a musician playing the musical scales; it provides the artist with a deeper understanding of her subject.
Clem Moyes exhibited in our stalls gallery during Glyndebourne on Tour.
John Caple lives and work in Somerset and has exhibited with the John Martin Gallery in London since 1998.
The inspiration for Lucy Unwin’s steel and stone work derives from natural forms, be it organic shapes found in nature or, the human figure itself. She currently works from her studio in the Cotswolds countryside, a location which can be seen to clearly influence her work and its subject matter.
Tom Homewood was born in 1972. He grew up in a small hamlet in Sussex where he spent much of his childhood drawing everything and anything. In 1985 he was awarded an art scholarship to Bedes Secondary School.
Lachlan Goudie lives and works in London. The scope of his work is broad, incorporating portraiture, still life and landscape painting.
Based in the UK, Julian paints the landscape, coastline and urban areas in a style recently described as 'abstract realism'.
Elizabeth Ockford is an Artist and Designer, working in her studio in Rural Sussex.
University of Brighton student Claudia Dance-Wells was one of our artists in residence at the 2014 Festival.
Siân Wilkins studied graphic design at Brighton Art College. After a career in advertising, she has returned to Sussex and painting.