From : Nov 9, 2013 to : Dec 18, 2013
Three Devon-based artists have been visiting Moretonhampstead over the last year to produce the work in 'Gathering Silence'. They have been walking footpaths, following streams and sitting in silence, responding to the landscape on the edge of town.
Like barometers, they have measured the landscape in different ways in the process of creating their work.
Simon Ripley has collected colour to be reassembled via his technical invention in printmaking.
Steve Thorpe has collected stones, weighed in the hand and ground into dust to provide primitive and fugitive material.
Martin Prothero has recorded the delicate sounds that emanate constantly from the landscape, a musical symphony of water, rain and wind.
Katy Macleod is giving text-based response to the exhibition.
The exhibition is open 10am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday until Wednesday 18th December. Entrance free.