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1 Victoria Grove, Second Avenue
Brighton & Hove, England, BN3 2LJ
United Kingdom

01273 727234

Cameron Contemporary Art is dedicated to showing a changing programme of high quality established and exciting up and coming British artists.


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winter SHOW & Hannah Ludnow featurE

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The Winter Exhibition is one of our most important and anticipated exhibitions of the year. We are particularly pleased with the range and quality of the work in this year’s Winter Show which includes paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture and jewellery.

In March and April we are also running a series of “Focus on” , featuring several of the most collectable gallery artists. From Saturday the 2nd of March we focus on Hannah Ludnow, whose atmospheric and expressive seascapes are always a huge pleasure to exhibit.


Opening Saturday 24th November and continuing on into 2019


Faye Anderson, Claire Beattie, Matthew Draper, Linda Felcey, Luke Hannam, David Harkins, Kevin Hendley, Victoria Graimes, Mark Johnston, Victoria Kiff, Solange Leon Iriate, Hannah Ludnow, Luella Martin, Alan McLeod, Ian McWhinnie, Annie Mendelow, Harriet Porter, Viv Richards, David Scott Moore, David Storey and Kirsty Wither.


Lilia Umana Clarke, Judith Rowe, Rowena Gilbert, Julie Nelson, Neil Wood and Dean Patman.


“The coastline has always been my inspiration, the amazing light, the huge and ever changing skies and beautiful dramatic coastlines, I have always greatly admired the Cornish abstract impressionists, Peter Lanyon, Patrick Heron and Ben Nicholson, whose work draws directly from experiences of a dramatic or calmness in nature and landscape. More recently I have found myself looking at the work of Turner with his amazing sense of light. I’m inspired by the patterns nature creates – the force of the elements against the landscape, and the art it creates by itself with erosion and decomposition against rock, sands, and man-made objects.

My work is rarely an actual place, instead I hope to build an atmosphere in a painting which draws you in and allows you to imagine yourself there, stood on a cliff, a beach or behind the dunes, exposed to the elements and the unpredictability of nature. My paintings are more about the light and the feelings a place can evoke in the viewer, the emotions that a memory of a place and time can stir within. A memory of thoughts and feelings within a landscape, often a special and private moment, where the vastness and beauty of the landscape around you brings a sense of perspective, clarity and calm.”

Hannah Ludnow


Kate sees animals and humans in a quirky, whimsical and highly individual way and there is an engaging eccentricity to much of her work which makes you laugh out loud.

Kate is a skilled print maker as well as an accomplished artist, with her sure sense of line and unusual colour. She often adds her own personal jokes into the titles of her work, indicative of her free spirit and original take on life.

The late George Melly once called Kate Boxer as “a remarkable creative spirit: her images and the means to realise them are at one” - a description we happily and wholeheartedly agree with.