Devon artist to display works at Pecorama

PUBLISHED: 10:16 17 May 2017 | UPDATED: 10:16 17 May 2017

An example of Vicky's work.

An example of Vicky's work.

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Vicky Morgan’s display will be on show for six days this month.

An artist who hosted a successful exhibition at Pecorama is returning this year.

Vicky Morgan will display her work as part of Pecorama’s first exhibtion of the year - starting in their station gallery on May 26.

The display will be the first of many, with the Seaton Jubilee Artists Group, Axminster Photography Group and Gill Elliott School of Photography all bringing exhibits for visitors to enjoy later in the season.

Vicky has painted all her life and since moving to Devon in 1985 has had many series of prints produced which have sold throughout the UK and overseas.

Her love of wildlife and the stunning East Devon coastline have inspired her finely detailed illustrations and numerous larger canvases of local landscapes.

She enjoys experimenting with different materials but is best known for her watercolours and acrylics.

In addition, a display of sculptures are in situ around the grounds from a number of local artists in preparation for the Pecorama Sculpture Trail, which will be available for visitors to admire throughout the summer until the end of August.

A wide spectrum of styles culminates in work centred around railway parts, insects and geometric shapes.

Vicky Morgan’s six-day exhibition ends on Wednesday, May 31.


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