Beehives of Beer 2019 - Paul Blakemore (c) 2019

Exhibition investigating the landscape of the East Devon Jurassic coast.

This summer, photographer Paul Blakemore and artist Jo Lathwood have been investigating and documenting the cultural, social and geological landscape of East Devon's Jurassic coast. 

Including sculpture and film, Well trodden wrong ways is an invitation to navigate this remarkable World Heritage Site, unearthing untold stories.

From crumbling rock formations, endangered moths, unusual architecture, and unknown histories, the new commissions question how our choices impact upon us, others and our environment.

Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm. 


  • Private View -Saturday 14 September, 3-5pm
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Thelma Hulbert Gallery
Dowell street
EX14 1LX


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Event aimed at everyone.

Accessible gallery - please visit for detailed information or please feel free to call 01404 45006 to discuss specific access requirements

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