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Journeying to Light: The Mosaics of Elaine M Goodwin

Type:Museums

Queen Street, EXETER, Devon, EX4 3RX

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Journeying to Light: The Mosaics of Elaine M Goodwin

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Welcome spring with a celebration of mosaics and be entranced by the play of light on gold, coloured glass and marble. This retrospective exhibition celebrates forty years of mosaic art by this remarkable artist.

“My work is about light. For all who look, at each and every moment, light is held, captured, and let go - continually and continuously. It is, for me a sublime engagement.” Elaine M Goodwin

Elaine M Goodwin currently lives and works in Burgundy, France but has a long association with Exeter and RAMM. She studied at Exeter College of Art and Design, has had a studio in the city and has produced many art commissions to enliven Exeter’s public spaces. This exhibition brings together over thirty luminous mosaics to chart the experiences, places and beliefs that have inspired Elaine’s work.

Gallery 21

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  • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
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Opening Times

Journeying to Light: The Mosaics of Elaine M Goodwin (10 Apr 2019 - 23 June 2019)

* Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am to 5pm. Closed Mondays and Bank Holidays.

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