Artists collaborate with council on next stage of town's art trail

Seaton mayor Dan Ledger views some of the town's great art

Seaton mayor Dan Ledger views some of the town's great art - Credit: STC

Some of Seaton’s most exciting and talented artists are working with Seaton Town Council and the group Promote Seaton in the next stage of the Seaton Art Trail. 

The project already showcases work from local artists Alison Foxcroft, Barry Seaforth, Bob Bradshaw, Ian Flynn, Mike Jackson and Trudi Day - and the second stage welcomes the work of Anna Andrews, Carolyn King, John Buckley and Kevin Rye. Seaton Town Council’s Facebook page carries updates and exclusive previews. Three further artworks will be coming to brighten up walls in Seaton very soon, the council says. 

The Art Trail is funded by Seaton Town Council and curated by Andrew Gwyn Davies, with support from Promote Seaton, East Devon District Council and local businesses.  

The town’s mayor, councillor Daniel Ledger, said: “It is anticipated that more phases will follow as the Art Trail develops and artists are encouraged to join this project, which is intended to celebrate our wonderful town and coastline and the many creative individuals from Seaton and the wider area that find inspiration here.” 

The organisers look forward to discovering what other local talent there is in Seaton and its surrounds. Anyone looking to get involved should contact:  

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