Alive in Devon

Image Credit: Susan Thomson - Barn Owl

Harbour House, The Promenade, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1JD

01548 854708
[email protected]

Tuesday 19 June 2018 – Sunday 24 June 2018
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm

Susan Thomson is a watercolour artist and will be exhibiting a collection of botanical studies, as well as some of birds and animals. She will also show some pen and ink drawings, and mixed media paintings and fabric applique cushions. Her work ranges from highly detailed to a more free and personal style using a range of media, and she teaches botanical watercolour workshops in Devon

Susan trained in graphic design and worked in advertising before studying botanical drawing and watercolour painting at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. She has exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy, the Royal Academy of Art’s Summer Exhibition and the Llewellyn Alexander’s Not the Royal Academy. She exhibits at the Majlis Gallery in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where she teaches Botanical workshops. Susan’s black and white illustrations feature in the Blue Guide Scotland.

Lynda Kettle paints in pastels, watercolours, acrylics and oils, and for this exhibition focuses on the landscapes and seascapes of East Devon. She teaches workshops locally and gives demonstrations to art societies.

As a public speaker she gives presentations on her life and career, having progressed from stage and costume design for theatre to BBC television as a production designer and arts director, where she worked on productions such as Angels, Howard’s Way and Two Point Four Children. Her professional career demanded numerous artistic skills including technical production drawings, model making, perspective sketches, scenic painting and storyboards.

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