A West Sussex artist who discovered his talent only when recovering from a life-threatening condition, will be exhibiting an unusual twist to his acrylic art in a pre-Christmas exhibition.
Martin Nee from Partridge Green, near Horsham, will be at the South Downs Heritage Centre in Hassocks over the weekend of November 16-17.
Stationed in the tourist attraction’s coffee shop (where there will also be a weekend of beer tasting), Martin is offering people very personal artworks.
Martin explained: “I am giving people the chance to place items dear to their heart into a piece of my art.”
Called ‘Enduring Memories’ the idea offers a special way to present happy memories in art form.
“Your memory can be concealed in a way that you choose”, he added. “So that only you know it’s there, or in full view for everyone to see.”
He envisages a small token of a memorable moment, or something sacred, being captured in a piece of his highly unusual sensual and tactile art.
Martin said: “We use resin poured over our artwork to lock in any item you may wish.
“You are only limited by the size of the item… and your imagination.”
For more details about the exhibition log on to www.printworksconcepts.co.uk.