If Sandy Brown were to write an art book – which she might do one day – “it would have four pages,” she says. “The first page would be, gather some materials; the second page would say ‘forget everything you have ever seen in art or done in art, and come into the here and now with an empty mind’. The third would be ‘do it’; and the fourth page would say ‘accept it’.”
For the traditional rural livestock and produce show, according to mosic artist Cleo Mussi at her Pharma’s Market show at Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, Devon, read a host of characters which range from life-sized ‘robo-rabbits’ to space scientists and bucolic farmers with a distinctly contemporary twist, all jostling for a part in the busy, thought provoking narrative.
Devon is home to clay, so it’s kinda interesting that clay and Devon have attracted Swedish-born former performance artist Ulrika-Igraine Munoz-Alarcon, who’s taking part in Devon Open Studios.
A Totnes gallery is exhibiting the work of a financial adviser who has earned big creative dividends by investing his time in weird and wonderful ceramics.
North Devon’s Art Bazaar, with the regions top artists and makers under one for just one day, takes place on at South Molton Assembly Rooms, on Friday, November 13, from noon til 9pm.
The In Tandem exhibition at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen, which investigates the mixture of wood and ceramics from the North Devon artists Terry Sawle and Blandine Anderson
Exeter Northcott is hosting work from 12 artists from The Devon Guild of Craftsmen in its foyer and café bar. The contemporary selection features a dynamic range of art work, including ceramics, jewellery, glass work and landscape and abstract painting.
The Devon Guild’s autumn exhibition, In Tandem, billed as ‘an intriguing dialogue between furniture and ceramics’, brings together wood and ceramics makers Terry Sawle and Blandine Anderson, from Saturday, September 26 to Sunday, November 8.