VIDEO: Steyning Museum sheds light on local artists this summer

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Stained glass windows, etched aluminium and woven copper are just some of the pieces found on display at the Light, Line and Form exhibition at Steyning Museum.

Launched in conjunction with the popular Steyning Art Trail that took place last month, the display is comprised of three artists from the surrounding areas.

JPCT 010713 Light, Line and Form exhibition at Steyning Museum. Curator Chris Todd beside one of the exhibits. Photo by Derek Martin

JPCT 010713 Light, Line and Form exhibition at Steyning Museum. Curator Chris Todd beside one of the exhibits. Photo by Derek Martin

Sarah Sepe of Worthing has created etched aluminium panels, knitted wire and intricate knitted sketches in the ‘line’ portion of the exhibition.

Storrington resident Mary Crabb uses her crafty copper pods to showcase ‘form’.

Providing the lighter side of the exhibition, Debbie Forsdyke of Southwick has lent the museum her collection of stained glass and lead panel art to represent ‘light’.

Museum curator Chris Tod said: “We were looking for something a little bit different for this summer’s exhibition and so we decided to look into metals like copper, aluminium and lead.”

The exhibition is running from now until Saturday, July 13.