South West Academy: The Castle, Exeter, 8th - 13th June 2015

Jun 16, 2015

The Academicians made a return visit to exhibit in The Castle, Exeter following a break of some four years. The work illustrated, as might be expected, all  the customary breadth and depth of styles offered by its members and went on show for a short, but well attended exhibition, filling the two spacious galleries to superb effect.

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Penwith Gallery: St Ives, 20th April - 24th June 2015

May 1, 2015

Showing in the Penwith Gallery are three vibrant exhibitions occupying the three separate exhibiting areas the complex has to offer. Several hundred visitors to the gallery made for an engaging atmosphere at the private viewing on Friday 24th evening and helped set the scene for the next two months.

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Spring Exhibition: Penwith Society of Arts, St Ives, 13th February 2015

Feb 17, 2015

The opening exhibition of the 2015 season is a departure from previous years with the Penwith Society full members showing together with a substantial number of associate members in a combined exhibition that occupies both the main and the new galleries. The joint show has proved a popular decision and the private view attracted large numbers to the newly decorated Penwith Gallery.

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Panel Discussion: Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro, 12th February 2015

Feb 14, 2015

Hosted by Esther Dudley of the University of Plymouth and curator of *Terrain*, the artists involved in the exhibition were in conversation as part of the Museum's programme of lunchtime talks open to the public.

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RIC Members’ Day: Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro, 22nd November 2014


Dec 11, 2014

Members’ Day, when the Museum is open only to Royal Institute of Cornwall Members and their guests to enjoy the special displays and tours the Museum has to offer. Representing the artists involved in *Terrain*, showing in the Philbrick Gallery, I was invited, with the ceramicist Jenny Beavan, to take part with informal conversations about our work and the relationships with some of the RCM’s collections, as well as their work’s relevance to the wider landscape of the region.

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