Had a nice day in Dulverton today. My partner was photographing the work of ceramicst, Jacqueline Leighton-Boyce in her studio up on Exmoor, just over the border into Somerset. Jackie is doing Art Trek with basket maker, Mary Melling and print maker, Judith Westcott, in Judith’s South Molton studio. It was so nice to meet […]
If Pimm’s is the rich man’s shandy, then the Romantics are everyone’s cup of.. er.. tea, and you can enjoy both (Pimms and Poetry) at the Pimm’s and Poetry evening at the Exeter Northcott theatre.
After our North Devon Festival Art Trek story about the Little Gallery on the Farm, we were intrigued by the venue, so we asked gallery owner and photographer Sarah Boait to tell us more.
A few calls from artists wanting the bright yellow, festival banners to highlight their venues – but all are in use for other events taking place over this period. The festival team very kindly agreed to try to make up for this by designing and printing a couple of A3 posters for each Art Trek […]
White painted lines around Plymouth where the talk of the town last week, which just goes to show the power of art in galvanising opinion and stimulating debate.
My birthday today and here I am on the computer, how sad is that! Still, my partner has arranged a lunch with some friends tomorrow at the Yarde Cafe – a great place on the Tarka Trail – compost toilet and organic food!