2018 Exhibitions

22 March to 10 May – Folklore and Magic an exhibition by Laurence Rowlands Laurence is a Porlock based artists whose inspiration comes from his passion for walking on Exmoor.  His recent work has been a series of drawings, paintings and prints exploring folklore.  This has evolved from his interest in images of The Green Man […]

2017 Art Exhibitions

Exhibitions during 2017 February to 18 May – Charlotte Thorman Exhibition by Porlock artist, Charlotte, who specialises in marine life – fish and water birds, often painted on driftwood. 19 May to 7 July – Rose Tranter A Minehead artist who specialises in portraits (especially dogs), landscapes and modroc sculpture. 8 July to 1 September […]

2016 ceramics exhibitions

During 2016 we have, in addition to our regular potters, featured the work of Kirsty Adams and Abigail North.  We will be adding more local potters’ work to our exhibition space ion 2017 and will be posting on this later.

2016 Exhibitions

We have an exciting line up of new and returning artists for 2016.  More details of individual artists will be posted closer to their exhibition dates, but these are just some highlights. 24 March to 27 May “Exmoor Through the Seasons” – Rosie Schneider. Beautiful photography of Exmoor and its wildlife.   “Exmoor Moods” – Chris […]

Q&A with Rosemary Jacks

Rosemary talks to The Harbour Gallery about her love for pottery and the fun she finds in her profession! HG: When and how did you become an artist? RJ: I was fascinated by potters throwing pots on the wheel and wanted to have a go. When I moved to Devon over 20 years ago I […]

Q&A with Rose Tranter

We talk to Rose about the inspiration she finds on Exmoor and how she came to work in acrylics and watercolour paints. HG: When and how did you become an artist? RT: I started painting at age 14 when my brother bought me acrylic paints for xmas.   HG:  What made you choose to work in […]

Q&A with Eleanor Christine

Eleanor Christine spoke to The Harbour Gallery about her inspirations and challenges in creating her signature sculptural jewellery pieces that are so popular in the Gallery. HG: When and how did you become an artist? EC: I embarked on my life as a jewellery artist in 2010.  I did a jewellery making course at Central […]

Q&A with Ed Taylor

As our ‘live discussion’ artist for the Porlock Arts Festival we wanted to find out a little more about what inspires and challenges the potter, Ed Taylor’s work: HG: When and how did you become an artist? ET: I didn’t, I became a designer. I want people to use the things I make. I hope […]