Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre now hosts a regular exhibition programme. The walls of our foyer have been transformed into an open exhibition space, and much like our performance programme, the aim is to showcase work by the whole community. The space is open to both new and established artists as well as community groups, schools and colleges.
Our gallery space is open Mondays - Fridays, 10am-4pm during term times, and an hour before curtain up on show nights and performance days. Come and have a look and see for yourself.
If you are interested in showing your work at Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre please download the attached form and return to email@example.com
15th April - 24th May 2013
A Collection of Small Paintings by Zoe White-Chambers
Zoe is an artist and musician from the West Country who works using oil paints upon a variety of wooden surfaces, from old floor boards and cupboard doors to the inside of cuckoo clocks and suitcases.
Zoe studied at Falmouth College of Arts and then went on to study Theatre Design at Wimbledon School of Art, combining her skills as an artist with her love of music and performance. After spending time in London she returned home to the South West.
In this collection Zoe explores subjects very close to her heart. Stemming from a childhood growing up on a North Devon farm with many animals: geese to chase the postman, goats to chase the guests and horses to fall off… Zoe paints to capture not only the external character and dynamics of each of her subjects but also something of what is behind those eyes that cannot be spoken.
3rd June - 19th July 2013
Animal Spirit by Susan M Wallis
“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart.
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” C.G. Jung
"Myths, legends, goddesses, animal totems and the fascinating connection with mother earth; the beauty of her seasons and the wonder of all her creatures, this I find truly inspirational.
My mythical paintings explore a culmination of other worlds where humans, spirits and animals unite in glorious harmony."