A selection of local people, some of whom have never exhibited before, will be displaying their art at businesses around the town. Please visit the businesses listed below, to view this art and I’m sure you will agree that it clearly demonstrates the extraordinary local talent that we have. For more information or contact details click on the name of each person or venue and you will be taken to their individual page if they have one.
Artist Angie Jenner opened Gallery Number 2 on the 21st April, 2016 and the Gallery is now home to 93 local artists, 47 of whom live and work in Dawlish. It also features the work of local art groups “Art For All”, “Dawlish Painters”, “Dawlish Art Group”, and “Dawlish & Teignmouth Camera Club”.
The artists work in a range of different styles from oil, water colour, acrylic and ceramics to mixed-media assemblage and their subjects are wide-ranging. The youngest artist is just 23, the oldest in her mid-70s.
Exhibiting here is a selection of photographs from the Dawlish and Teignmouth Camera Club.
Dawlish Library is a welcoming community space where you can borrow books, DVDs and audiobooks, and meet people at our regular events. We have 11 PCs which are free to use for up to 2 hours a day, and we offer scanning, printing and copying facilities. We also have free wifi throughout the building, a quiet study area and separate areas for children and teens. Services include – Blind and Partially Sighted Reading Group – Memory cafe – activities for those with memory impairments and their carers – 2 Bounce and Rhyme sessions; Knitting group – Nintendo Wii – Puzzles to borrow – Books and DVDs for sale – Children’s events and quizzes in every school holiday – Events organised by Friends of Dawlish Library (FODL
Exhibiting here is Linda Goodman-Bradbury
Find something out of the ordinary. Individually handmade glass and jewellery designed and made by owner and resident artist Hazel Bunyan in her own studios in Dawlish. Hazel makes bright and sparkly dichroic glass and combines it with sterling silver to create uniquely designed jewellery. She also fashions colourful glass into objects to adorn your home or the perfect gift for someone you love. The Gallery also stocks a range of stunning local landscape photographs by Dawlish photographer Trevor Cullen ARPS.
Artist Pat Rhodes will be exhibiting
Artist Richard Weeks is exhibiting
I am very much a part time hobby artist and escape from work into abstract expression. Most of my pictures are Acrylic on canvas and I paint intuitively and not always to please others. I am a member of the Abstract Art group and our most recent exhibitions have been at the Walkway gallery the Phoenix, Exeter and the Real food Cafe as well as being part of the Art Week Exeter. Any inquires please contact Angie at Gallery Number 2.
Ten Green Bottles is always crammed to the rafters with a huge range of beautiful and unusual items. We sell everything from cushions, clocks and candles to jewellery and a large range of children’s gifts. We stock unusual kitchenware, locally made soaps and pottery, a huge selection of items to brighten up your home and much more besides. We even have a children’s area to occupy your little ones, so you can browse in peace!
Exhibiting here is Artist Emma Appels-Riley
Daisy’s Tea Room- A traditional Tea Room in a beautiful setting, selling light lunches, cream teas and lots and lots of cake! Why not try our famous Chocolate Cream Tea?
Exhibiting here are artists
Mary Elms, prints of acrylic and stencil
Tricia Elms Painting on Glass
Jeanette Waldron acrylic and oil on canvas.
Ursula Andrejczuk Landscape and Portrait Painter
I paint many of my pictures outdoors so my studio is quite compact and has to fit into a backpack. I take it to my favourite spots, like Dawlish Warren Nature Reserve in autumn, heathland and woods above Dawlish and Dartmoor with its beautiful rivers. I work mostly in alla prima technique, which means finishing a picture in one session. I find this way of painting exciting, engaging and at times unpredictable – especially when there are interruptions like a herd of curious cows, a sudden rain or a change in light conditions.
Exhibition of art by Gallery owner Katie Sarra
Exhibited here are works from two of the community groups that are held at the Strand Centre. On Mondays we have Celebrate Mondays where young adults who have complex disabilities enjoy art, craft, music, flag dancing and worship. Also Devon Recovery Learning Community have run craft groups and plan to run some recovery groups here. These are free classes and groups for anyone who lives with mental illness of cares for someone who suffers from mental illness.
Here you will find a touch of magic surrounding art and photography of owner Rob Baldwin