Chinese and Scandinavian artists, Xiaoguang Qiao and Karen Bit Vejle, will stage an exhibition of papercut art at the invitation of the Jersey Arts Trust.
With at least one work inspired by Barbara Hepworth (as revealed by a sneaky peak at her Facebook page) abstract artist Liz Cleves exhibition The Nature of Colour is at The Woodhayes Gallery, Honiton, Devon.
An innovative art exhibition celebrating one of North Devon’s most important industries opens on 11th June until 30th July 2016 at White Moose in Barnstaple.
Pine Feroda was formed two and a half years ago, when North Devon artist Merlyn Chesterman brought a group of printmakers together for an experimental workshop.
Without soil there would be no life. Healthy soils are not only essential for the production of our food, timber and fibres but are a vital part of our global eco-system, filtering our water and acting as a carbon sink to reduce the impact of climate change. That’s why the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW) commissioned 13 artists to explore it for the United Nations International Year of Soils 2015.
A new installation at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) by artist Rod Dickson combines live data from www.legislation.gov.uk with a Victorian police truncheon from RAMM’s collection.
Deep Roots presents a series of works by six of the most established international artists who have engaged with soils over many years.