Oh, that dilema of what to do on the weekend: walking on the moor, or visiting an exhibition? Well, you can do both at the Edge exhibition at Heathercombe, and it’s in a fairy wood to boot.
The work of 25 Devon artists are on show in a range sculpture and instalation, as the trail snakes around the wood. And it boasts a diverse range of work and mediums, including wood, stone, ceramics, recycled materials and found objects.
Not, only that, but the Heathercombe gardens are also open. Check out the directions and pop along.
This is the last weekend of the exhbition is open from 10am to 5pm, admissions is £3.50 full, £2.50 concessions, £2 under-16’s, call 07791 601737 or email email@example.com for more details
(Images: left Wall Balls by Carl Hahn, right Pirate Pew by Jilly Sutton)
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