Monday 27th - Saturday 1st August 2015
Monday 3rd - Wednesday 8th August 2015 10:30am - 4pm ~ Private View 2nd August
The Hive ~ Welcome to Wonderland
Su Scotting and Sam Harrison are two members of HIVE ART Group, winners of the RAMM Art Prize in 2013. Su is self taught and studied Medieval Art (BA) and Women's Art (MA) at Exeter University. Sam studied at Chelsea Art College. Su is interested in the language of the soul and is inspired by Indian and Inuit Art as well as English Folk Art and the work of Chagall, Cecil Collins, Ken Kiff and Dora Holzhandler.
Sam is interested in curious people and places and has a deep love of pen and ink explorations of architecture and the overlooked. She is inspired by Hogarth, Edward Burra, Eric Ravilious and Christopher Wood.
They share a passion for the unusual and this year's exhibition celebrates the 150th anniversary of ALICE IN WONDERLAND along with other curiosities. There will be paintings, drawings and linocuts, cards, prints and gifts.
Su and Sam have had previous exhibitions at Birdwood House and have also shown at redearth gallery (Devon), Courtyard Gallery (Dorset) and were winners of the RAMM ART Prize with a show at Gallery 20 at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter (RAMM) in 2013 (along with Ian Harbour, the third member of HIVE). Su is also currently showing work in the DEFINITELY DEVON exhibition at RAMM until 27 September.
What the critics have said about Su's work:
"A talented South West Artist..the work is alive." - Steve Paramor (redearth gallery)
"This is really lovely work." - Rebecca Hossack - The Hossack Gallery, London
Monday 10th - Saturday 15th August 2015
Louis Victory is an architect by training, but has had a lifelong interest in photography, which he used and exhibited extensively in his profession. In recent years he has been able to focus more on expressive and artistic exhibition-standard images, often involving an unusual take on landscape and townscape. His ‘Points of View’ exhibition brings together colourful images taken on his travels over many years, but not entirely neglecting Totnes! Works for purchase are produced to exacting archival standards similar to those for any other artwork medium valued by art collectors.
Sunday 16th - Saturday 22nd August 2015 (Friday 21st - 10am to 7pm)
DEAN PRIOR LIFE DRAWING GROUP ~ Summer Exhibition 2015
Established over twenty years ago this is the Group’s sixth annual exhibition of work which draws its inspiration from the human figure. Although drawing is focus of the work this will often lead to more developed work in different media so the exhibition shows a wide range of technique and interpretation. Each artist exhibiting has their own unique style and so this further adds to the variety of work on show. All work is for sale.
Dean Prior Life Drawing Group includes artists of all levels of skill from professional artists to beginners. The sessions are pay as you go and everyone is welcome to come along. There is no teaching but with the common aim of improving drawing skills through regular practice artists are happy to share their knowledge.
Working with professional models, A typical session will begin with quick, dynamic poses with longer poses towards the end.
For further information contact Ken Irvin on 01626 779291/0776711142 or email@example.com