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It’s been just over 10 years ago since Hester Berry (96-05F) Edward Crumpton (93-05C) and Peter Kettle (92-05F) studied Art at West Buckland.
25 Apr 2015
Alumni News
All have gone on to be successful artists in their own rights, holding solo exhibitions across the country.

This summer, the trio join forces at the White Moose Gallery in Barnstaple to show how their work has matured over time.

Running from Saturday 8th August until Saturday 26th September, the exhibition entitled “10”, is a homage to their Ten year anniversary.

OWBA members are invited to attend a private viewing of their work on Friday 7th August from 6.30 pm onwards and you can meet all three artists for an “in conversation” interview at the gallery on Wednesday 12th August. Whilst the Q & A session is free, booking is essential.
For further information please contact [email protected]

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