* North Devon Arts
Celebrating the Arts in North Devon
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We are a friendly and informal network of artists, we welcome professional and amateur artists and anyone with an interest in the arts across north devon. more...

Keith Elliott
Edward  Crumpton
Helen Lee
Tony Williams
Paula Newbery
David Green
Alison Nicholson
Next meeting
North Devon Arts Meetings,
The second Wednesday of the Month at 8pm
North Devon Arts Meetings,<br />The second Wednesday of the Month at 8pm If you have a talk or an evening you would like to present at a North Devon Arts meeting or if you would like to suggest a Speaker who you would like hear at a North Devon Arts meeting please contact events@northdevonarts.co.uk. more...
November Newsletter
November Newsletter
Featured Artist
Ailsa Addicott
Ailsa Ailsa is inspired (as are many of her contemporaries) by the gentle Devonshire countryside and is fortunate to have the Torridge and Taw Estuary plus the Atlantic Ocean on her doorstep all providing her with a wealth of material for her work. She uses mostly Acrylic but enjoys the challenge of Watercolour and other media. more...
2014 Archive Gallery
2015 Archive Gallery

Art Trek has been a much loved event in North Devon since 2003, during which time the many talented local artists taking part have welcomed hundreds of visitors into their homes, studios or workshops, showcasing the huge diversity of their art and craft. 

With a year-on-year reduction of local authority funding, Art Trek was unable to continue in its original format, so in 2014, North Devon Arts (NDA) stepped in to take over its organisation; at a fairly basic level for the first year but scaling up in 2015 to 43 venues involving around 100 artists.

NDA would like to continue organising the Art Trek event and are open to ideas and suggestions about future events. We are in the process of discussing the shape and form of Art Trek for next year and would welcome feedback from artists and visitors.

One of the first suggestions is a stand alone website which we are investigating, but we would welcome any suggestions that may further the promotion of the many good artists in this special corner of the UK.

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