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As you walk down to Brighton Beach from the Palace Pier, you will pass lots of unique shops under the arches, Selling wonderful & unusual art work.
It is always worth stopping to have a look - some of the pieces for sale are amazing....More
The artists studios here are congregated along the seafront with an eclectic mix of workshops. Their work incorporates a wide ranging style and materials. Displays range from oil painting to stained glass. A good place to meet and speak to the artists and also purchase...More
A huge range of different styles of painting and pottery, handmade products, souvenirs and fine art. Very friendly vibe and all the artists seem happy to discuss their work and help you find what you want. Worth exploring
I frequently visit my former home town of Brighton & Hove and often stroll the seafront area. I am not usually interested in buying artwork but nevertheless the Artists' Quarter it is an attractive place to linger.
My last visit was in September 2016.
We visited the Artist's Quarter whilst strolling down the Brighton Beach walkway.
I'm not really into Art but could appreciate some of the paintings and pictures that these independent local artists do.
Worth while visiting this area and you may even buy yourself something from...More
How pleasing it is to see this area so improved in recent years.From Fisherman`s Locker rooms to what it is today. The Artists Quarter gives local Artists the opportunity to offer their works at reasonable prices and is a commendable Venue for their Artistic Talent....More
I visited some of these Arches studio shops to see what they sold. Not a stick of rock to be found but some nice little souvenirs, mostly original work. Some hand made clothes and other unusual gew gaws. Some bemoaned the i360 work and it's...More