The Broadchurch exhibition in West Bay is in the final stages. The Jurassic Art Trail around West Bay harbour was installed earlier this week.
Paul Carter’s practice investigates aspects of the built environment and architectural structure through sculptural assemblage and immersive installation.
The first major exhibition dedicated to Devon-based artist Benedict Rubbra’s search for a harmonious relationship between form, colour and light is at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
An exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Borough Road Gallery’s first Artist in Residence, Susan Sluglett, alongside works by members of the Borough Group from A David Bomberg Legacy – The Sarah Rose Collection, is taking place at the Borough Road Gallery, London.
Soil Culture: Dig It has launches at Plymouth University. The exhibition is part of a three-year programme of cultural events across the South West region that encourages visitors to look beyond the surface of earth, mud, dirt and grit to find its underlying beauty and purpose in our existence.
The Live Make exhibition at The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art sees artists who explore domestic, semi-private and public environments.
There’s something visceral about print, combining the intellectual and technical to create something which inspires a deeply emotional response. The vibrant White Moose Gallery in Barnstaple, Devon, has curated its Five Women Printmakers show, highlighting the variety, vitality and versatility of print to tell any story and highlight any theme.