Branscombe artist will exhibit his unusual works

PUBLISHED: 10:00 02 August 2008 | UPDATED: 10:56 17 June 2010

Saturday, August 2 - THE largest collection of Pete Simkins art works will be showcased for the first time ever at Branscombe.

THE largest collection of Pete Simkins art works will be showcased for the first time ever at Branscombe.

The artist's huge weavings made out of rope scavenged from the sea is setting up scaffolding in the garden at Hooken and displaying 18 of his pieces to the public on August 10 from 2.30pm to 5pm.

The exhibition will be complemented with Chris Gradwell playing jazz and 'scrumptious teas'.

The display will also be up on Monday, August 11.


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