A long term display of some of the larger works and a display illustrating simple methods for producing multiples - dry point etchings and slip cast porcelain sculpture. Thanks to Clive Adams of The Centre for Contemporary Arts and the Natural World (CCANW), Kym Dyer of Exeter University Innovation Centre and Naome Glanville of Exeter University Arts and Culture for facilitating.
The exhibition can be seen on weekdays from 9am-5pm (closed bank holidays and University closure days). For those interested in visiting, the Centre boasts and excellent cafe.
Richard Rochester lives and works in Exeter in the south west of England