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Zenith Art
Zenith Art is a family run business that offers a wide portfolio of original artwork and photography from Clare Wright incorporating some designs from  Couture Foto, Danielle Foye, Paul cantrill and Sam Tasker ,amongst others.
Zenith Art was started by Clare Wright, in 2004. Rapid growth within four years led to Chris Wright , also a designer , to take the reins and expand the company which now operates with a small team .  Clare creates beautiful, vibrant, bespoke pieces of artwork, using diverse materials. The Originator of the 'liquid glass' range and waterproof artwork the designs are not only unique but practical.
Their portfolio and business is growing rapidly with many new and exciting ranges being added all the time and we constantly have fresh stock.
Frith Sculpture
Hares have always been Frith Sculptures most popular subject and they have (at the last count) 59 different models for you to choose from. Frith Cats are a collection of over thirty cat sculptures by Paul Jenkins, he has captured the positions his own cats get into perfectly. However you will also find their Otters, Dogs, Highland Cattle, Equine, Farmyard, Fish and other animal sculpture, dancers, lovers, nudes and stylish girls all sculpted by artists who care about their subject and the finished article. Look for their new contemporary ranges - Metropolitan. New designs are always in progress so please keep returning!
Manufactured by hand for the last 23 years and with care by their craftsmen and women in the West Country of England in their special bronze finish. Frith Sculpture  ensure that you acquire a quality sculpture, which will give you and future generations, many years of pleasure. See our selection in our shop here at Horsham, West Sussex
Isle of Wight Glass
Isle of Wight Studio Glass is the studio from which designer-glassmaker Timothy Harris pursues his innovative approach to making beautiful studio glass.

Isle of Wight Studio Glass was established in 1973 by one of the founders of the British Studio Glass Movement, Michael Harris (1933 – 1994) and his wife Elizabeth. Revitalised in 2013 in a new location and under new management, it now serves as the platform from which Michael’s son, Timothy Harris, energetically pursues the family tradition – excellence and innovation in studio glass design and production. Outstanding skills and the exploration of new designs and manufacturing techniques continue to maintain Timothy and the studio at the forefront of handmade decorative glass worldwide.

To see these glass pieces visit us in our large showroom at Horsham, West Sussex