Harbour House in Kingsbridge is challenging its local artists to make the most of the summer, and produce lively drawings, sketches and paintings while out and about or on holiday.
The studies, and subsequent studio works produced in response to this initial inspiration, can be submitted for an Open Art Exhibition in October.
Works must be original, not reproductions, and may be in any medium.
Harbour House Arts Co-ordinator Alison Veazey told ArtsCulture: “This is a great opportunity for artists to exhibit those lively sketchbook studies that so often stay out of sight, and we’re looking forward to seeing how those initial studies lead on to more considered painting, printmaking or sculpture.
“Our Open Art Exhibitions offer a good opportunity for new artists to take their first steps in exhibiting their work. A significant number of established local artists also continue to exhibit new work in these Open Art Exhibitions, which we run twice a year.”
Works of art are to be handed in at Harbour House on the morning of Monday, October 18, for an exhibition which runs from Friday, October 22 until Wednesday, November 10.
For full details of entry requirements check out the Harbour House site.
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