Image Credit: Mike Glanville - January (wood engraving)

Harbour House, The Promenade, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1JD

01548 854708
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Saturday 06 April 2019 – Tuesday 23 April 2019
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm (closed Sundays)

With spring in the air and the hedgerows bursting into life, what better theme for an art exhibition than Arrivals?

Harbour House in Kingsbridge is the venue for this open art exhibition featuring a wide range of artworks by local artists.

Arrivals opens at the south Devon art gallery on Saturday 6 April, just in time for the busy Easter holiday period.

Harbour House Arts Co-ordinator Alison Veazey says, "We challenged artists to consider our theme and to produce new works of art in response. Springtime is always a popular theme, but artists may approach the idea of Arrivals in any imaginative way. Abstract and three dimensional works are also welcome, and artists are asked to submit a brief statement explaining how their works relate to the theme.

Harbour House open art exhibitions are always an eclectic mix of style and medium, but with an overall unity.

This is the first of two open art exhibitions at Harbour House this year. It's always so encouraging to see new artists taking their first steps in exhibiting, and of course it's exciting when established artists use our open art exhibitions as an opportunity to take their work in a new direction.

In the autumn our theme will be Patterns, and in 2020 there will be two more open art exhibition opportunities. Details of entry will be found on the Harbour House website as the exhibitions draw closer.”


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