Harbour House / Events / Tue 05 to Sun 17 Jun 2018 (2 weeks)

Contemporary Passions 2018

Contemporary Passions 2018

Annual exhibition by members of the South Hams Arts Forum.

Opening View: Tuesday 5 June, 6 - 8 pm

Teresa Barlow combines printmaking and ceramics with a sense of fun and the unexpected.

Alison Veazey’s landscapes are characterised by rich colour and striking composition.

Elen Claire Williams works in the genre of the British Walking Artists and, working in series,
considers spiritual and environmental themes, exploring an interest in local history and tradition.

Well known for her mastery of the translucency of watercolour, Ann Yeoman’s newest work is bold printmaking.

Brett Hornby describes his approach to creative digital photography as
“trying to blend what the camera sees with the eye of the imagination”.

Caro Barrett creates jewellery inspired by the extraordinary features of Devon’s landscape:
patterns in the sand, rocks and mud in the beaches, estuaries and river beds.

Elaine Sibley’s environmentally sound, hand-forged silver jewellery designs are usually textured
and inspired by geometric shapes as well as everyday objects.

Each of Susan Luker’s smoke-fired raku pots is individually hand built and lovingly burnished. Striking rivers of copper or green glaze flow across the burnished surface evoking the setting sun shimmering on the River Avon.

Jane Davarian shows precise portraits and playful and experimental mixed media works.

Judith Woodings’ printmaking, drawing and painting concern the legacy of man’s impact upon the landscape,
be it the Welsh coastline or the archaeological traces found in the landscape of the industrial past.

Mark Weston-Lewis makes bowls, vases, boxes and candle holders from fallen trees or pruned branches.
For every 20 pieces that he makes, he plants a young tree.

For more information visit http://www.harbourhouse.org.uk/g18-shafcp.shtml

Event Location

Harbour House

The Promenade

Telephone: 01548 854 708
Email: info@harbourhouse.org.uk
Website: http://www.harbourhouse.org.uk/g18-shafcp.shtml