Thank you so much for visiting The Boathouse during Artwave
We had some great feedback and sales! You can still find our direct contact details below incase you wanted to enquire about anything that caught your eye.
In the meantime some of you did show interest in possible workshops, the first one being making lampshades with Sally.
A mailing list was begun at the venue but incase you missed it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and she will keep you updated.
Until Artwave 2024 - bye!
Find us along Marine Parade, just opposite the Sailing Club.
Tucked behind the main house is the unique venue of an ex-boathouse: airy and well lit - we’ve filled it with a broad range of hand made artworks and products by ....
The high ceiling here is perfect for accommodating Sally Elford’s hand made lampshades - including her largest shade yet with a 70cm diameter made especially for this venue.
At various points during our opening hours Sally shall be on site making lampshades - all of which are for sale.
Orders can also be taken if what you want isn’t currently available.
Why not make a day of it?
You might also like to take in our neighbouring Art Wave venues:
no.75 - Bishopstone Railway Station (in the Art Deco parcel room)
no. 77 - Marine House, Marine Parade - The BBc: Beside the Seaside
no. 78 - 2 Albany Rd, Katharine McKay: Handmade Jewellery
Part of Art Wave Festival which covers the Lewes district