Original Artwork, Limited Edition Prints, Cards and more

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A Pop-up Art Gallery

Email: info@thesometimesgallery.com

Currently exhibiting in our Summer Launch

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Nikki Griffith

For me art is a never-ending journey of excitement, exploration, discovery and I am a strong believer that art should be fun! I am always learning which is all part of the joy of art travelling. I work in collage/mixed media, watercolours, acrylics and pen & wash – and enjoy working in all – I have no favourites. I love teaching watercolours and acrylics and holding collage workshops. My by-line is 'affordable, original art'. My style is certainly not photographic, someone once described it as ‘quirky’, I am more than happy with that. These words of Degas sums me up I think: A painter once said that he had at last found his style. Degas commented, ‘Well, I’m glad I haven’t found mine yet… I’d be bored to death’!

Instagram: @nikkigriffith4

Sam Scott

Sam had a long career as a graphic designer and 8 years ago started painting full time. She loves colour and uses oils, watercolour, acrylics, pastels and ink but not all in the same painting! 18 months ago Sam was a finalist in The British Art Prize out of 30,000 entries, and last year competed in Landscape Artist of the Year. Sam has recently illustrated the Tiggy the Salty Seadog children’s books, the third book is out November 2024 and The Coral Babies. Sam lives in Dymchurch where the beautiful beach and big skies inspire her every day.

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Web: samscottart.co.uk

Instagram: @_artistic.elementss_

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Evangeline Thyme

Over the years, Evie’s work has developed into oil paintings, on canvas or board, inspired by inspirational women, narrative, dance and literature. Each painting has an underlying story or theme. They are large size showstoppers, statement pieces, conversation starters, and dramas for whole walls. National and international Art competitions are regularly entered in to, of which ‘Pink Lady’ was accepted for exhibition in the 2016 The Artist and Leisure Artist Magazines Open Art Competition. Evie’s art influences are Norman Rockwell, Beryl Cook, Ed Org, Sorolla, Klimt, Sargent, Tissot, Rossetti, Waterhouse and the Pre-Raphaelite painters. Evie Lives in the Kent countryside.

Instagram: @oilnarrative

Clare Hamilton

Clare paints atmospheric and weather-filled seascapes and landscapes inspired by big skies and ever-changing light. Balancing fluidity with order, she works with the ebb and flow of the paint, capturing a feeling of being in the landscape. She often incorporates reclaimed materials into her work – discarded scaffold boards become her canvas, and driftwood and sea-rusted metal become boat sculptures embodying a sense of exploration and adventure. Ceramic details add to this narrative. Following a career with London design agencies and running her own business specialising in design for branding and print, Clare is now a full-time artist with influences ranging from Turner and Constable to Saul Bass and Cy Twombly.

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Kate Ogilvie

A contemporary artist based in the south of England who works in a variety of mediums including oil and acrylic paint, pastel, inks, and pencil. With an expressive use of colour and passion for creating an eclectic range of costal inspired artworks including wildlife and seascapes. Commissions undertaken. Owner of The Sometimes Gallery, a pop-up art gallery in beautiful Elham, Kent

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Web: artworkbykate.co.uk

Instagram: @artworkbykateuk