Beer artist success

PRINTMAKER Emma Molony has hailed her Devon Open Studios exhibition in Beer as an overwhelming success. The 31-year-old artist invited friends and visitors to a special night-time showing of her work at the Bomb Shelter where she has been exhibiting for

PRINTMAKER Emma Molony has hailed her Devon Open Studios exhibition in Beer as an overwhelming success.

The 31-year-old artist invited friends and visitors to a special night-time showing of her work at the Bomb Shelter where she has been exhibiting for the last two weeks.

Emma said: "It has been really great to see so many people come and look at my work and to have a chat with them."

Beer residents and people from further afield have visited the exhibition, including an artist from Totnes who took the train and two buses in order to view the print work.


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Emma added: "She had enjoyed my work at the Phoenix in Exeter and she wanted to talk to me about printmaking so she made the journey to Beer.

She gave me really good suggestions and her comments were very useful."

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The exhibition runs until Sunday and features 25 different works created by Emma.

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