Sussex Art Prints was set up by Stefan Mucha and Amanda Lewis-Clements, two East Sussex based graphic designers/artists inspired by their local landscapes and natural environment.
"Our process is an entirely digital workflow. Generally, we have drawn inspiration for our artwork from local landscapes and nature's creatures - great and small. Starting with digital photos, we strive to create a minimalist aesthetic by simplifying image shapes and using a pared-down colour palette in the final artworks. We also set out to create artwork that visually compliments each other when hung together. Many of our customers comment that they love the sense of quiet calm conveyed in our work - which means we have met one of the aims we set out to achieve in our artworks".
Amanda has a background in graphic design and illustration. Amanda worked as a senior designer in advertising and marketing agencies in Sussex and Kent. Over the years Amanda has developed a keen interest in Photography and expertise using Adobe Creative Cloud.
Stefan previously trained in marketing communications and print design and was a creative director in marketing and advertising design agencies creating award-winning advertising campaigns for a number of blue-chip multi-national technology leaders.
Stefan is also a keen marquetarian and creates hand-cut marquetry art pieces with wood veneers and mixed media in a unique contemporary minimalist style. As well as creating marquetry art pieces Stefan uses the same techniques to design and make one-off clock designs. His marquetry art pieces can be found on Instagram @artmarquetryuk and his clock designs at www.artklocks.co.uk