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White Moose, Barnstaple have curated 'Dreams of Everyday Objects' featuring Devon painter Marianne Edwards, London based conceptual artist, Jane Hoodless and Colombian artists, Colectivo Mangle who create intricate carved wood lace-work sculptural pieces. All are fascinated by the everyday domestic items we are surrounded by, but each bringing a completely different slant to them giving a dream-like, surreal feel to this important show.

Why not take the Tarka Line train from Exeter Central and pass through beautiful countryside - an hour later you will arrive in Barnstaple. White Moose are happy to collect visitors from the train! Continues until 7th July. For more details, please see; www.whitemoose.co.uk

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