Artists are always looking for a platform for their work, and three South Devon artists have found just that – a train platform.
Jane Baker, Paul Freestone and Robin Clutterbuck will show their work at Newton Abbot Railway station from Saturday, November 28 to Sunday, December 6 as part of the Newton Abbot Art Trail.
Jane’s chocolate and ceramic sculptures, her chocolate nude lollipops will be on show along with her Light Series photographs and Transition Art. Jane’s got a double header in Newton Abbot that week – her work it also at the Incidental Imagery show in East Street
Robin is showing a range of digital art images based on English wild flowers and Paul specialises in railways scenes from Dawlish along the sea wall on through Newton Abbot over the notorious Devon banks on the main line to Plymouth.
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