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.
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Former potter and art teacher Mick Cartwright is an abastract painter who explors ideas about the ambiguity and illusion of suggested depth on the flat surface of paintings. He’s also taking part in Devon Open Studios. We caught up with him to find out more about his practice
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.
Devon Open Studios has more than 260 artists and will run for 16 days in September and is the largest showcase for artists in the country
Devon Open Studios registration will open on January 5.
Uniquely positioned as part of the Totnes Festival and Devon Open Studios, the beguiling, thoughtful work of Clem So, which is at Birdwood House, Totnes, until September 12, investigates family and identity. We found out more