Artists in Bognor Regis have thanked visitors who came to their studios during an annual art trail.
The Coastal Art Trail took place earlier this month and was a huge success, with numerous visitors coming out despite the poor weather.
A spokeswoman on behalf of the five artists who took part, said they wanted to say a big thanks to everyone who visited the studios on December 6, 7 and 8.
“It is always heartening to have the opportunity to meet so many people who take an interest in what they do and to hear positive comments about their work,” the spokesperson said.
The artists involved were Su Cloud, Sue Mapley, Michele Redford, Tia Rolfe and Emily Siemieniec. Each studio was open on all three days between 10.30am-4pm.
For Su, nature is the overriding inspiration for her hand-built ceramics in her garden and home.
Michele has just moved with her husband to a project bungalow in Felpham. Their first priority was building a studio in the garden where she can decorate and personalise her wax battery candles and make her seed bead Kumihimo jewellery.
Tia runs Selkie Jewellery, the ocean-inspired artisan jewellery inspired by Celtic mythology, nature and the Sussex coastline.
Inspired by a number of West Sussex villages, Emily creates illustrations using watercolour and gouache paints.