Kate Lulham

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Kate has been using vintage tins to create whimsical scenes, inspired by the world around her, for over 15 years. Often recycled, the metal layers are carefully fashioned into the host tin, and finished with acrylic paints, producing a beautiful 3D artwork. With a worldwide following, Kate’s work sells in the US and Europe, exhibiting in many UK galleries including For Arts Sake on Bond Street, London and a regular host of Brighton’s famous Open House Arts Festival in May. Her pieces make ideal gifts for engagements, weddings, wedding anniversaries (Tin is the traditional gift for Ten years), significant birthdays and retirements amongst others. These can be tailored to your specific needs with a custom-made commission piece.

From an artists’ community studio in Brighton, Kate weaves her sense of humour into her work, bringing a smile to everyone’s face.