Current Exhibition


FRESH! Devon Artist Network

28 May 2022 to 23 July 2022

FRESH! brings together key works by leading artists and creatives from Devon Artist Network (DAN).

THG supports Creative Communities in East Devon, understanding the value of individual and collective creative expression, and fresh ideas and perspectives. 

Featuring work selected from an open call including painting, sculpture, pottery, glass work, textile and markmaking. All work is for sale.

Check out our coordinating programme of artist-led workshops

Devon Artist Network is an organisation created to promote the visual arts and to create opportunities for all artists and makers in Devon. Established in 2004, it is a non-profit making organisation initiating a range of projects across the county, including the well established Devon Open Studios event that runs every year in September. Membership is open to all artists who live and work in Devon. Further details and application forms are available from


Nicky ThompsonSara EvansElla Slade

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Angie Seaway: Painting East Devon's Jurassic Coast (Ocean, Exmouth)

28 May 2022 to 23 July 2022

Exhibition of expressive seascapes by Exmouth artist Angie Seaway with coordinating book, workshops and illustrated talks.

An artistic journey through geology, weather and locations across East Devon. Painted over six months in all weathers, these paintings are a celebration of the unique Jurassic coastline of East Devon. Accompanying the exhibition will be a new book to purchase recording the catalogue of works together with notes from Angie’s sketchbook. 

This exhibition coordinates with FRESH! Devon Artist Network. Angie Seaway is a member of Devon Artist Network.

Venue: Ocean, Queens Drive, Exmouth EX8 2AY.

Look out for coordinating illustrated talks and workshops exploring painting 'en plein air'.

Angie Seaway is an Expressive Landscape artist. She studied Fine Art at Plymouth University and lives just minutes from the East Devon coastline in Exmouth. She paints her response to the influence of the ever-changing elements on the South West landscape. Her paintings reflect the impact of the weather on the scene she is portraying and the dance between sea, sand and sky and her emotional and expressive reaction to it. She works in a dynamic way, always starting to paint ‘en plein air’, out in the environment. Paint is poured over lines of charcoal and ink with pigments, glazes and texture being added as she works.