In Other Words by Naomi Frears is a thoughtful and playful new stop-motion work that explores the communicative qualities of sleeves and arms
Paradise Lost by Dr Mohini Chandra, exploring the rich history of shipwrecks in Plymouth and their relation to empire, slavery and indenture
An elegy to losses and a tribute to the power of nature is how Amy Shelton describes her commission work for Exeter’s RAMM Biophilia: The Exeter Florilegium.
Gossamer Threads is an exhibition from Mhairi Treharne and Emma Roberts at Artizan Gallery, Torquay, recognising the resonance in their work
Catherine Knight painted 182 windows from 18 different countries during lockdown. The exhibition Isolation Windows is at the Exeter Phoenix
Emma Hambly, whose work is embedded in the natural environment, considers the complexity of the earth in an effort to re-find an Eden
Mikhail Karikis – Children of Unquiet film installation will take over the THG in Honiton as landscape and environment is seen anew
Annabelle Smith is having her first solo pottery show as Leach-Seasalt Apprentice, saying the studio environment has totally changed my life
Pride in London’s first ever queer art exhibition, ‘FIFTY-TWO’, following a nationwide search for country’s top LGBT+ artists.
Exhibition by the acclaimed artist Richard Long opened at Thelma Hulbert Gallery as part of the ARTIST ROOMS national exhibition programme
Old skills new ways is a new exhibition exploring creativity with young people, using traditional skills in the woods
Billie Zangewa says: ‘I believe that at this time in history, universal and personal love is something tat we have to fight for.’
In No Barriers Julie-Ann Hayes presents an exhibition of photography to raise awareness around emotional wellbeing
A Phantom Limb is a new exhibition of by Eleanor Duffin at The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art as part of their South West Showcase
Devon artists have explored to find some of the areas less seen landscapes for The Hidden View exhibition at the Artizan Gallery, Torquay