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A message from YoungMinds!

“I want to wish you all the luck in the world from everyone at YoungMinds as you and all organisers host this amazing event. You couldn’t have wished for better weather, I’m sure it will bring the crowds out! We cannot thank you enough for the tremendous efforts you have put in to organise this

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An interview with Peter Randall-Page, our starring Royal Academician!

How did it feel to be elected as a Royal Academician? It was an honour and I was delighted! It is particularly wonderful as you are elected by your fellow artists which is so much more special than if it was by the critics. Does it bestow any added pressures or privileges? It certainly bestows

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One week to go and a record 7th sponsor is announced

Excitement levels are rising for the Exeter Art Show and with just seven days until the opening Private View night on Friday 20 April 2018, we are delighted to announce we have another sponsor to support what is going to be an incredible exhibition of art! We welcome Qwest Property Finder, the leading South West

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Latest Artists

Annette Pearson (Annette Nettie Jane Art)

I am living in Exmouth and I love to paint local scenery and seascapes. I have a degree in design and I am a Textiles teacher at the local school. I work in Alcohol Inks as I love their vibrancy and the way they react with each other forming a wonderful depth of colour and

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Emma Molony

I learned printmaking at one of the very traditional print studios in Venice and after returning to Devon, I continued my practice at Double Elephant Print Workshop in Exeter. As Outreach Coordinator, I enjoyed trying to make printmaking less restrictive, using portable presses to take printmaking out into the community – to hospitals, prisons, schools,

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Louise Plant

At the heart of Louise Plant’s sculpture is movement. Single, static, solid objects are vehicles for holding time, moment by moment. Spaces, light and shadow, and material are equally important. In 2000, Louise received the Artist of the Year Award from the Arts Council of England, the Brian Mercer Marble Scholarship in 2007 and in

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