The Red Earth gallery and studio will be Open Studios and Summer Exhibition will launch on Friday, June 12 between 6pm and 9pm.
March 30, 2009 Coloured Boats I have experimented with recycled coloured card. The colours are slightly faded 1950s, reminiscent of old school exercise books. I made one boat in each colour and experimented with stacking them, arranging them in rows, circles and so on. I photographed them in the garden against the vivid green grass. […]
First Launch in France April 6 Have just got back from France. Next to where we were staying at my French in laws in Cluny there is an 18th century lavoir, high ceiling, dark still slow moving waters. A very grand, almost theatrical building for the most monotonous of tasks. Now a forgotten place, tucked […]
The Paint is the Narrative brings together the oil paintings, drawings and mixed media work of Ashburton artist Mike Juggins. It takes place at the Duchy Square Centre for Creativity, Princetown from June 5 to June 21.
The exhibition Heaven in Devon at Exeter Cathedral, celebrating 1,100 year of Christianity in Devon, with the work of young people from 110 Devon schools.
Fine artist Janine Smith is having an exhibition at Ryan’s Bar, Torquay.
Even though the Ellie Harrison exhibition has wended (vended?) its way out of PCAD’s Viewpoint Gallery, you can still get the book Confessions of a Recovering Data Collector, and listen to our interview with Ellie, artist in residence at the art college.
I had a few sheets of mirror card in my studio left over from a previous project, so I decided to cut out the boat net from these to see the effect. I also scaled up the net and cut out a larger boat (about 1metre in length); Stephan had mentioned the possibility of the […]
Torbay Bookshop has republished Brian Carter’s book A Black Fox Running
RedEarth gallery and studios in Bickleigh, Tiverton, is looking for contemporary submissions of any discipline for its second annual open studios and exhibition taking place in June.
Royal William Yard, Plymouth, home to resident artist Martin Bush, and other art enterprises is to hold an exhibition of fine art from Plymouth University students between May 16 and May 22.
The Ways With Words festival of literature has pulled in some top names for this years show, including outgoing Poet Laurete Andrew Motion, who will give the Ted Hughes memorial Lecture, and former director of the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery, Charles Saumarez-Smith.
The Watermark ‘community venue’ in Ivybridge, featuring a library, coffee shop, business units, tourist information centre and multi-purpose hall, is celebrating its first anniversary.
The Delamore exhibition, which runs throughout May and feature more than 150 artists exhibiting sculptures and paintings throughout the grand house and grounds, has chosen the Dame Hannah Rogers Trust as this year’s beneficial charity.
The Wondermentalists, those provides of poetry, performance and participation, will be at the Exeter Phoenix on May 16.