The ‘Source’ exhibition, cancelled from last year due to the pandemic, will be held at Devoran Village Hall on Easter Saturday, 16th April, 2022.
Eight local artists got together in the summer of 2019 to explore the idea of creating an artistic interpretation of Restronguet Creek and its two rivers; the Carnon river and the Kennall.
In its day this was a scene of heavy industry with mines, mills, water and steam power, shipping and a railway. Now it is a World Heritage Site with the beauty of the landscape recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The artists - representing painting, printmaking, ceramics and photography - have divided the creek into forty Ordnance Survey grid squares with each artist taking five squares to provide a unique interpretation of Restronguet Creek.