COMING to an end this month is exhibition Masters of the Moor: William and FJ Widgery at Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
The display, on view until October 27, shows scenery of Dartmoor and South Devon as depicted by father and son landscape painters William and FJ Widgery. Both painters lived and worked in Devon throughout their careers.
FOLLOWING her look into one dementia sufferer's mind in Autobiographer, Melanie Wilson's new solo work constructs a conversation across time between three women in 1899 and 2013, and is a bold hybrid of performance, film and sound art.
Set in the depths of the Devon countryside, Landscape II is constructed from strands of monologue and interior thought based around the diary entries and writings of fictional women.
It is being staged at Exeter Phoenix on Tuesday, October 8, at 8pm. Melanie Wilson is a London-based writer, performer and sound artist. Tickets cost £10. Call 01392 667080 or visit www.exeterphoenix.org.uk
ECHO readers' favourites Hive Art group will have their work on view at Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum for one final week.
The winners of the Local Art Show were shortlisted from entrants featured in the Echo and readers voted for who they most wanted to see exhibited at the museum. The exhibition ends on October 16.