A tribute to the Brighton swimming club, founded 1860, when its gentlemen members swam naked. Rules were introduced requiring bathing costumes but the early skimpy versions were held up by a cord, which often came undone. The solution – the one piece, striped costume, modelled here by Horatio. The artist Judith lives and paints in Brighton. She has a Fine Art degree from Leeds University and regularly exhibits in Open Houses and Lewes Art wave where she has enjoyed sell out shows. Her most recent works are paintings and plaster pieces recording walks around the footpaths of the South Downs.
Designed by: Judith Berrill
Location: East Street