Seale Hayne to see what was new in their grounds and gallery spaces.
'And about time too!' I was greeted by this cry from one of Sarah McCormack's marvellously stroppy clocks. 'Honestly, you're only just around the corner and haven't been here in ages!' Indeed it's been a bit of time since my last visit but I was lured up by publicity posters for the Summer of Art events. With all those talks, workshops and exhibitions it looks like I might be back a bit quicker next time. This time though, was a quick-ish visit. And what a lot of lovely covetable and inspirational objects that I found.
Rosy Tydeman's feltwork and have featured her amazing unstroppy timepiece in a previous post. Watch out for this lady's name as I'm planning a bigger post devoted entirely to her in the near future!!
A splash bowl made with his own fair hands kept calling me from a Dartmouth gallery and can now be counted as one of my most treasured possessions. For just a few pounds more than those mass produced fancies on the high street, you too could be the proud owner of an original artisan made 'objet d'art'!