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Web admin for Studio 36. Also known as songwriter Peter Farrie.

Studio 36 Open Week

6th – 14th July : 11am – 6pm daily

Events To Attend

Thursday 11th July – 7pm

Thursday 11th July 7pm

Where do our ideas come from?

A chance for us to explore internal landscapes, that lead onto a need to paint, write, compose, sing, dance, whatever. We will ponder the choices of subjects and sounds, colours and textures that appeal to us. Why this, not that? Why? How? What about? Who knows exactly what and why and who can tell us?! And do we really want to know?

Bring an idea!
Space limited, booking essential
Light refreshments provided if hungry bring a sandwich!


Wednesday 10th and Saturday 13th of July – 12:30 till 2pm

Listen With your Lunch

Dominic Garnett playing jazz, blues and classics at the piano.
Bring along your lunch.


Open Daily

Children’s Sculpture Trail

Mary Bramble’s sculpture trail!
Come and take the challenge!

This was much enjoyed last open studio and is back by popular demand so not to miss!

Look forward to seeing you!

TUESDAY

TUESDAY

A new Veronica Gosling ‘on wood’ drawing.

Open Studio in July

Steven Bramble will be joining Veronica Gosling, and the work of Gordon Hill, for an Open Studio week at 36 Denmark Rd, from Saturday July 6th – Sunday July 14th, which will hopefully include a children’s sculpture trail, a series of discussions and, of course music. Details to follow.

Gordon Hill 1928 – 2019

Gordon Hill

Our resident artist and Veronica’s partner, Gordon Hill, born in Bolton, sang in the Rossendale male voice choir, headmaster of Stafford Leys school in Leicester, charismatic international football referee, outreach educationalist in the United States, and latterly an artist with a huge love of colour, died here in Exeter on 21st March.

Always a free spirit, we will miss him very much as will his family in America. His latest work below. A lover of colour, he painted till the end.

We are planning at our Open Studio in July to show Gordon’s work, right up to his last pieces, and include open discussions on the effect and use of colour when Alzheimer’s causes other methods of communication to begin to falter.

Recent Work by Gordon Hill