Art in its many forms provides a quiet distraction from the workplace where this small exhibition is set in the heart of Exeter’s business area, close to the Cathedral and the refined architecture of Southernhay.

On the evening of the 6th October 2106 Philip Kerr presents some west country scenes on the walls of Senate Court as a tiny contribution within the Two Moors Festival of special music and that evening Mozart, Elgar and Gershwin will be played to an invited audience and my pictures. This event is kindly sponsored by  lawyers Foot Anstey who will host the evening with a debate by a panel rural leaders on the implications of Brexit for our future with reference to our region, washed down with west country eats and drinks. So: paintings, music and rural interests within the most modern business setting.

This follows a theme I have been developing of bringing art into working lives: and if you would like to join us let me know through the contacts page here and we will be delighted to send you an invitation. Colour brochure of Week-in Week-out pictures also available on request.

THE EXHIBITION continues 6th October to 6th December 2016 and anyone may call into Senate Court during working hours Monday to Friday by making themselves known at reception of Foot Anstey on the ground floor.

Vineyards above Colyton at Hooperhayne


saunton comp 10.35.18

Towards Hartland from Saunton