Our first Exhibition of the year brings together three very different artists from the south west, John Grice , Joe Webster and Ellie Verrecchia , who each have a true love of the natural world which they celebrate in their paintings. Their landscapes and seascapes of the local coastline and countryside are exceptional. John has produced some fantastic new work. Joe likes to mix things up with a bit of street art giving an edge to his paintings, and Ellie's gentle works on paper are breathtakingly beautiful.
You can browse the exhibition here and if you would like to see more...
This January, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) will dedicate their main gallery space to a film by acclaimed Greek-British artist Mikhail Karikis.
‘Mikhail Karikis - Children of Unquiet (2013-14)’ was created with a group of forty-five children living in Devil’s Valley in Tuscany, a volcanic landscape and home to the world’s first geothermal power station. The area has recently become...
SOME BEAUTIFUL WORKS OF ART TO LIFT THE WINTER GLOOM
This winter we are all really missing the simple things - a proper chat with our friends, a drink at our favourite pub, a big hug from someone we love - so it's really important to do what we can to keep our spirits up and look forward to happier times, which are surely just around the corner.
What might the future look like in our littered world? Are there ways that humans, animals and plants can co-exist with or even prosper amongst the rubbish? And what will it take to clean up our act?
This online exhibition presents works by international artists who explore everyday practices of littering and consider its effects.
Everywhere is launched alongside the international conference MICRO2020 which explores the fate and impacts of microplastics in the environment, and includes a programme of online talks, events and resources – Further details to...
100 First Women Portraits , striking photos celebrating pioneering women of the 21st century, will be the first post-lockdown exhibition at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) when the cultural venue re-opens on 24 October 2020.
The extraordinary collection of images by South-West photographer Anita Corbin is the culmination of her 10-year personal quest to create an inspiring visual archive of modern women who have achieved ‘firsts’ in their field, often in male-dominated professions and environments.
Join an in-depth conversation about Kehinde Wiley’s fascinating career and how the successful New York based artist has become a symbol for black communities and their empowerment. The discussion takes the diverse artworks exhibited in Kehinde Wiley: Ship of Fools as a starting point to examine the ways in which the artist challenges the conventional depictions and aesthetics of power, taste and privilege. This podcast is an opportunity to familiarise with Wiley’s unique vision of the world.
Free to access online. Book via The Arts Institute website .
A Pop-Up Art Exhibition hosted at Renaissance Babbacombe earlier in the year has raised £500 for two charities. Attracting nearly 100 art lovers to view an eclectic mix of artistic work by artists from across the English Riviera during its two-week opening in March, visitors to the exhibition were asked to vote for their two favourite artists. The two artists with the highest number of votes...
An exhibition devoted to the people who make up Dartmoor’s rich tapestry of life will open at Princetown Visitor Centre in January 2020. The visitor centre is hosting award-winning photographer Dianne Jayne Giles’s exhibition 'Working Life on Dartmoor' from 8 January until 25 March. The exhibition showcases photographs captured in black and white and celebrates the people who live in, work in...
Devon Created is a new and exciting festival organised by a new flower festival team at Crediton Parish Church. For over 40 years there has been a flower festival at the church.
This year this exciting new venture will include local Devon crafts, each demonstrating and selling their own crafts, and including spectacular flower arrangements using flowers and materials to complement each craft.
The Festival opens Saturday 30th May from 10am to 5pm, Sunday 31st May 11.30am to 5pm, Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd June 10am to 5pm and ends Thursday 4th June 10am to 3pm.