The AWEsome Art Space
Sunday, April 29, 2018
Saturday, May 12, 2018
27 Paris Street, Exeter, Devon EX1 2JB
South West England

Sunday 29 April 2018 – Sunday 13 May 2018
Opening Hours: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday April 29th, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with opening party 2 – 6
Wednesday May 2nd to Monday May 7th 11 – 6
Wednesday May 9th to Saturday May 12th 11 – 6
Sunday May 13th – last chance to view! – 11 – 3

music performance
Jazz Night
Wednesday 2nd May, 8 p.m. till 10.30 p.m.

music performance
In C
Friday May 11th 7 p.m.

Exhibition of work by five members of Art Haven – an Exeter based group that has exhibited together since 1999.

Stella Tripp will be showing new paintings from an ongoing series exploring the interface between structure and chaos, reflecting the ambiguity and fragility of the real world.
Liese Webley: I am fascinated by the use of colour and my work is about somehow capturing the experience of places I have been.
Andrew Vaccari: I’m all about papier mache. Since 1992 I’ve been pulpting objects or representations of objects in the round or in relief. I enjoy finding functional and purposeful applications for the material as well as expressing thoughts.
David Sawyer: My wall hung work describes a somewhat bleak view of the environment; perhaps a response to the state of limbo at present. A mix of ancient and modern symbols colliding with geology, like so many abandoned projects that litter the planet. The 3D form emphasises a skeletal memory within a soundscape of wires and magnets.
Christine Sawyer: These new paintings have their origin in my continued interest in the causes and effects of climate change. Algae, populating the Greenland ice sheet is obscuring the reflective surface and absorbing summer warmth, therefore accelerating the melting process. The minute organisms were my starting point: the work is now developing its own momentum.