Chris Amey’s Foreigner sculpture features at this year’s Edge sculpture exhibition, which is at Heathercombe Fairy Woods
Devon Open Studios
Sarah Darling has found a novel way to recycle old milk bottles, she recreates them into extraordinary and monumental works of art. Natacha Du Pont De Bie takes a look
For Jane Perkins Devon Open Studios represented the start of an amazing year, which saw her feature in local and national paper, have slot on the Alan Titchmarsh show and get represented by a London gallery. She tells ArtsCulture about what she’s been getting up to
Michael Brown has worked all over the world, but his abstract art is a response to the world he lives in and his creativity rather than any specific place in the world. Through his work he’s tried to break down the barrier with artist and audience, making his pictures as accessible as possible. You can judge for yourself, Michael is taking part in Devon Open Studios
Graham Fish is painting a painting a day of the same view throughout 2010 to celebrate his 60s brithday – it’s an image from his studio based on the sky horizon and sea. “It’s where we look at the surf check out the days conditions and talk about the sort of stuff that blokes talk about,” he says.
Artist and teacher Patricia Lomax describes her style as ‘latter-day expressionism’. We got in touch about her work and career as she prepares to take part in Devon Open Studios.