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'Painting The Land'


Green Hill Arts

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From Friday January 31st to Sunday March 8th 2020.

Tues - Sat 10am to 4pm






Harbour House Gallery

Prepare to be inspired!


'Primary Colours' is a delightful exhibition of art and craft from 13 local primary schools, and is the perfect reminder to us all to keep some playfulness in our own artwork.

A firm favourite in the gallery year at Harbour House!




Harbour House Gallery

Tuesday 3 - Saturday 7 March 2020
10 am - 4 pm

Sixth Sense

- an exhibition of A Level Art and Photography by VI Form students of Kingsbridge Community College

Exhibition poster featuring painting by Anna Rew



Harbour House Gallery

Tuesday 10 – Sunday 15 March 2020
10 am - 5 pm
Opening view: Tuesday 10 March, 6 - 8 pm


- an exhibition of photography by Julie-Ann Hayes


This exhibition intends to raise awareness around emotional wellbeing using the horse as a primary metaphor. The project is about searching for clarity, reaching out for support, and navigating a pathway. The landscape of the horse represents strength, trauma, trust, history, beauty, senses and feelings. The project aims to stimulate discussion around how people experience emotional turmoil and reconciliation. The images are intended to provide time out for reflection.
Julie-Ann Hayes is a documentary photographer, a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development who regularly travels across the UK and overseas.

Julie-Ann Hayes - 'Present'



Harbour House Gallery

Tuesday 17 - Sunday 22 March 2020
10 am - 5 pm Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 3.30 pm Sunday


Spatial Temporalities

- recent works by Annette Warner, Julia Watson and Edward Sault


Three recent graduates return to their hometown with an exhibition exploring the crosslinks that have arisen in their studies of photography, drawing and fine art. The works both speak to and reflect off one another, inviting viewer participation in questioning how we perceive space, form, time and memory.

Annette Warner – 'untitled sculpture in mylar sheeting'



Harbour House Gallery

28 March - 15 April 2020
Open Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm

Wild Life

Wildlife: Open Art Exhibition featuring a wide range of responses to the theme.
Artists are invited to enter up to four pieces of original artwork.

See www.harbourhouse.org.uk/g20-wl-w.shtml for full details of entry, and application forms will be live from 17 February.

Frank Wotton – 'Dressing for the Real World'



Harbour House Gallery

21 – 26 April 2020 (10 am – 5 pm daily except Sunday 11 am – 4 pm)

My Camera and Eye


Emma Andrews presents a collection of atmospheric and compelling landscape photographs and images of nature from South Devon and Dartmoor. The exhibition also includes a selection of works documenting broader travels.
“I have been a keen amateur photographer for nearly 50 years. I was given my first camera, an old Yashika with a broken lens casing, at the age of 6. My uncle was going to throw it away so was happy to pass it to me as a 'toy' to play with. But it still worked – and from my very first roll of film I was hooked. It was 1972 and on a school trip to Greenwich and the Cutty Sark I took my first snaps. They were the start of my lifelong love affair with photography, and I still have them to this day.”




Harbour House Gallery
30 April – 10 May 2020 (10 am – 5 pm daily except Sunday 10 am – 4 pm)



Shirley Kirkcaldy and Jackie Gale: two artists, two visions and one unique collaboration.


Rich in texture, colour and narrative, the exhibition offers a dialogue between two mediums with responses to landscapes, places and themes. The creative process will be in evidence, with sketchbooks and stories displayed alongside completed works and while the mediums differ, the artists feel strongly that there is more that links their work than sets it apart, that their works converge rather than interrupt.

Shirley Kirkcaldy’s landscape work is largely informed by the environs of Dartmoor where she lives and the southwest coastlines which she has frequented over many years. She spends time sketching and making visual notes, from which paintings are developed using a variety of media to mark the land and form the foundation for the intuitive response to a place and time that she aims to capture. Through a process of adding, subtracting and abstracting, Shirley’s final images incline towards anonymity.

“I like to be at the edge of places, where the elements of land, sea and sky come together, and which provide a rich and valid metaphor for the forces of nature.”

Through her textile art Jackie Gale develops contemporary interpretations of places and themes in vibrant works with engaging detail, narrative and depth. Jackie's passion for naive art and textile creativity is evident throughout her portfolio and since she turned professional in 2013 her work has attracted a large following with many collectors.