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Category: Exhibitions

Edge Sculpture at Heathercombe Gardens

As part of a group of other artists, Edward is exhibiting the Mariners Way sculpture from a ball into a passage house along its traditional footpath on Dartmoor. The current form of the sculpture highlights the nights spent by the mariners in strange lodgings, far from home before their onward travel across the moorland to their next port. To find how to get ...

Mariners Way at University of Exeter

This exhibition is inspired by the Mariners Way, one of Devon’s ancient pathways. In April 2012 Devon artist Edward Crumpton produced a sculpture to celebrate the social history of this almost mythical walk. One year on the University of Exeter is staging an exhibition that investigates the artist’s thinking behind the piece and his experimentation with rope as ...

Leave Your Mark at St. Anne’s Chapel

St Anne’s Chapel has a remarkable history: a vessel to life after death, a safe house and an educational institution. In this exhibition Edward Crumpton and Alice Vandeleur-Boorer have created a body of work in response to the building in its past, present and future context. As part of this show all visitors are invited to leave your mark on one of the ...

Mariners Way at University of Exeter

This sculpture centres around the Mariner’s Way walk. The 73 mile route is recorded in 146,000 knots indicative of how many steps it takes to complete the journey. The Mariner’s Way Walk is an ancient journey crossing Devon; from Bideford on the North coast to Dartmouth on the South. The journey was undertaken by seamen wishing to change ships. Although the walk ...

Art Trek at Hay Loft Studio

My studio doors were open in June for North Devon’s Art Trek. The deterring weather didn’t stop people visiting the hay loft studio with over 20 visitor in all. They were able to take a look at the most recent paintings I made from the Braunton Burrows Walk and views across Codden Hill in North Devon. The public were also shown my current project, the ...

The Essence of Drawing at The Lloyd Gill Gallery

This exhibition curated by Lloyd Gill will deliver a group exhibition of artists who work with drawing as a means to develop key stages of the work, which in turn will lead to painting, sculpture or printmaking. Lloyd is interested in artists who focus purely on drawing as their medium to create finished major pieces, along side studies. Lloyds intentions with ...

The Long Gallery at West Buckland School

This was a ‘landscape’ themed collaborative exhibition that was in aid of Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. The local artists who generously gave some of their proceeds towards the research were Colin Allbrook, Mike Woollacott, Miranda Goode, Tony Williams, Keiron Leach, Gillian Stevens, Hester Berry. Click here to view the exhibition

The Glass Room at Colston Hall

With such a successful first month at Colston Hall the group Onshow decided to exhibit another month with a fresh set of paintings and drawings. I showed a completely new round-the-clock time-based journey across the Braunton Burrows UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Click here to see the exhibtion Here are some comments from the show: “Edward – I found you ...

The Glass Room at Colston Hall

Our group -Onshow- was chosen to launch Colston Hall’s new exhibition space in Bristol called “The Glass Room” in September. It was a privilege to display the work in such a contemporary building and an honor to be part of the beginnings of a new gallery. Click here to see the exhibition Comments from the Show :- “Great ink drawings. ...