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Urban Bees: Working Together 5.

For a big fat lovely album of photographs of the exhibition see here!


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Urban Bees: Working Together

Friday 5 September – Saturday 27th September

The Yard Gallery, Exeter College (off Queen Street, EX4 3SR)

Opening hours – 10am-6pm Monday-Fridays, 9am-1pm Saturdays, closed on Sundays.

To coincide with the Exeter exhibition there is also a Bee Focus in the Devon Guild of Craftsmen’s shop at the Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey, nr Newton Abbott, TQ13 9AF.

Opening hours – 10am – 5.30pm, 7 days a week



An event page has been set up for Urban Bees: Working Together on FaceBook.

Together with a daily Bee Fact, there are other links to bee related articles and website, plus other glimpses of the artists work as they become available. You are welcome to interact with the page and share you Bee interests. So do visit the page, phentermine no prescription click the button to say you intend to visit the exhibition in September at the Yard Gallery at Exeter College. And please share the link with friends you think would be interested.

In addition to myself, the artists involved are – Printmaker Debby Mason; Photographer Mei Lim; Ceramicist Philippa de Burlet; Textile artists Helen Edwards and Jeweller Yume Martin.

To read an introduction to the project and a little bit about Debby Mason see Urban Bess: Working Together 1.

To read a little about ceramicist Philippa de Burlet see Urban Bees: Working Together 2.

To read a little about textile artist Helen Edwards see Urban Bees: Working Together 3.

To read a little about Yume Martin‘s jewellery see Urban Bees: Worksing Together 4.

Lynn Bailey

Through my artwork I look to say something about the environment - explore how we interact, use, abuse and collaborate with the natural world around us. This has taken me to increasingly focus on the small ubiquitous and often reviled weeds and bugs that form the foundation and engine-room of ecosystems. I use a wide range of printmaking techniques – both traditional and innovative, often creating complex one off prints. ****** Co-founder and director of Double Elephant Print Workshop since 1997. Originally trained in Conservation of Prints and Drawings 1980 -1982. Studied Fine art at University of Plymouth 1993 -1996.