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PINE FERODA AT LANACRE BARN PRINTMAKING


Over the last five years Pine Feroda has developed into a unique artistic collaboration with a recognisable style and intricate processes.


Four printmakers, Merlyn Chesterman, Julia Manning, Ian Phillips and Judith Westcott working together, specialising in dramatic large scale woodcut prints focussing on the sea and landscape. Samples of their individual works will also be on view. They have been selected three times for the RA Summer Exhibition.


Jo Minoprio will be exhibiting her latest woodcuts alongside these masters.


2 Lanacre Barn Gallery, Lanacre, Withypool, TA24 7SD


07814 420913 • jodown@fhsinternet.com moorlandart.com


Directions: Landacre Lane, half a mile north of Landacre Bridge. Two miles upstream from Withypool, two miles south of Exford. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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RORY NUGENT PAINTING


Rory Nugent studied at the Royal College of Art under Paul Huxley and Michael Heindorff. His work focuses on the basic elements of landscape and the ever-changing light on the sea, earth and sky.


Rory has shown his work at the Barbican, South Bank Centre, Cork Street and the Royal Academy in London. He lives and works in Devon.


Dulverton Heritage Centre Gallery, Dulverton, TA22 9EZ 07770 876531 • info@rorynugent.co.ukrorynugent.co.uk Directions: Guild Hall Terrace off Fore Street, Dulverton. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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