I have been working away on this cabinet of curiosity for Exeter Library, as part of Art Week Exeter. Exeter Library has a a fantastic collection of early and rare books and they have a new scheme to get people to adopt a book from the collection to pay for the restoration of these ancient books. Continue reading “Fragile Knowledge, Exeter Library Rare Book Commission for Art Week Exeter”
It’s hard to know where to start explaining this artwork, its by far the most personal thing I have produced. Continue reading “A World Without”
I am excited to be one of nine artists exhibiting at the beautiful Yarner wood reserve as part of this years Devon Open studios (venue 84). Refreshments and toilet facilities are available at the Woodland Centre on saturday 7th and Sunday 8th, Friday 13th, Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th, Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September between 11.00 am and 6.00 pm daily. The trail is accessible during the event on other days but some installations will not be switched on and the Woodland Centre will be closed.The wood dates back many centuries and is recognized as an internationally important example of Western Oak woodland. It is a great place for lichens and mosses which thrive in the damp conditions and for birds and butterflies. The woods have had a long history of human involvement from the charcoal coppicing centuries ago to copper mining and Victorian planting, and more recently, for public access and for education and research.
The Heathercombe EDGE Sculpture Trail is an annual arts event sited in the beautiful Fairy Wood at Heathercombe, Manaton, Dartmoor. Running Saturday 7th – Sunday 29th September. Open daily 11am – 5.30pm except Mondays. Adults: £5 Child: £2.50 Concessions £3.
A maritime themed exhibition at Torre Abbey. Open daily (except Mondays and Tuesdays) from 10-5pm. The exhibition has been supported by Creative Torbay, Torbay Council and Devon Artist Network.