Upcoming Events










World Dance Collective

Dancing in Pairadaeza 

June 29 – 2 July 2017

Saturday 12.30 & 2.30



‘And don’t think the garden loses its ecstasy in winter. It’s quiet, but the roots are down there riotous.’ Rumi

Enter Pairadaeza, the garden of paradise, where women from across the globe dance deliriously to nature’s rhythms.

world dance, exhibition
age 12+
25 min

                                                                                    For further details please visit : 

                                                                                    The Fringe theatrefest website or  Facebook page

                                                                                    Alternatively call the gallery on :01271 379872.











Art Trek Open Studios
September 15th – October 1st 2017

We are delighted to announce that Art Trek 2017 will be now be produced by White Moose Projects CIC (newly founded as a ‘not-for-profit’ arm of White Moose).

“This popular, well established, North Devon open studios event is much loved in the area, both by the artists taking part and its visitors, and with White Moose supporting and running the annual Art Trek, it will ensure this established open studios event goes forward with renewed vitality, but not losing the trust in the event, developed over the last 14 years”. – Stella Levy

 For more details and the application form please contact:






‘Drop-In’ Portrait Sessions at White Moose with Hester Berry :

 Every Tuesday  2 – 4 pm

£10 per person 

Drawing boards provided

Bring your own materials

Drinks on donation


I am very happy to tell you that Hester Berry will be taking over the portrait sessions on Tuesdays at White Moose. Hester has exhibited her beautifully textured paintings widely across the UK and has been selected for various awards, including being shortlisted for Sky’s Portrait Artist of the Year competition in 2014. See some of Hester’s paintings here.

Drawing boards will be provided, but please bring your own drawing materials. A different clothed model will be booked each week, male/female alternating.These sessions are opportunity to hone your skills and to practice and develop, with guidance on offer from Hester Berry. All abilities welcome to this friendly informal group.

For further details, or to book call 01271 379872. Numbers will be restricted to around twelve maximum.


Past Events



Patrick Jones : Abstract Painting Masterclass Day

Friday 16 June : 10 – 4:30pm

£60 per person


Due to the success of his previous masterclass’, we will be holding a final masterclass at Sandy Brown’s Glove Factory, Appledore.  from 10 am through to 4.30pm.This special, one-day masterclass is being organised by White Moose to coincide with Patrick’s  recent exhibition ‘The Language of Colour’

at white moose  gallery.

Photography by Teddy Hunter 








Friday 9 June

6:30 – 9pm

£5.00 (1st Drink Free)

To mark the end of Marcus Lanyon’s : Age of Panic exhibition we’re holding a colouring-in party in the gallery, hosted by Marcus. Using enlarged imagery from The Post-Apocalyptic Colouring Book. 

Join us for a night of beer, music and an en mass colouring-in marathon!

To book call the gallery : 01271 379872
spaces are limited 28 people.




POP X  The Cove : Drop-in Colouring-in Day

Saturday 3 June

10:30 – 5pm | FREE
The Cove | 12 Tuly Street | Barnstaple EX31 1DH

Drop into The Cove Boutique to colour-in images taken from artist Marcus Lanyon’s, Post-Apocalyptic imagined future.

This event is being held in conjunction with the White Moose current exhibition, Age of Panic by Marcus Lanyon.

The Post-Apocalyptic Colouring Book will be available for sale at The Cove.

Colouring-in day, open to all, Free entry!








Artist Talk :

Marcus Lanyon at Exeter Phoenix

Wed 24 May 2017 : 5pm : £3.50* (free for Exeter College students)

Lanyon’s work focuses on the constant yet seductive ‘disquiet’ that defines our lives now, in contrast to the relative or apparent social certainties of the past. It is an exploration of the climate of social, political and personal anxiety that this engenders.

Using a range of materials for both their cultural resonance and ability to echo different stages of human technological development – such as pigment, ink, earth, cloth, clay, bronze, iron and aluminium – the work highlights our diverse, complex and evolving relationships with these key human concerns.

After graduating from the Royal College of Art, London, Lanyon was selected as one of the inaugural Saatchi Gallery & Channel 4’s 4 New Sensations. His work is included in the Zabludowicz Collection.

He is currently based in Bristol, UK, and an Associate of Spike Island.









Artist Talk : Marcus Lanyon 

Wednesday 10 May : 8pm  

£5 on the door 

A talk for North Devon Arts at Broomhill Art Hotel, Muddiford, Barnstaple, where Marcus will be chatting about his current solo exhibition, Age of Panic at White Moose.

He will expand on his career, the issues communicated through his artwork and his experience in gaining Arts Council funding for the Age of Panic project.

If required, you can book for a 7pm pre-talk buffet at £6.95. Please contact Broomhill direct on : 01271 580262

Photography By John Andow







Seadog Pop – Up Restaurant at White Moose 

Japanese Meal

7 April 2017

Doors Open 7:00

£40.00 per head 

To mark the final day of the Patrick Jones Language of Colour exhibition, award winning Seadog Foods will be creating a special pop – up Japanese food evening inspired by the wonderfully colourful abstract works on show at White Moose.The evening will be full of surprises and we can reveal the first of these will be the presence of origami artist Caroline Preston who spent many years living and working in Japan.

Seadog set out in 2013 with the aim to bring together a love of world street food flavours and a celebration of the amazing fish and seafood found along the Devon coast.  Winners of the Bes
t of the Best at the British Street Food Awards in 2015 we innovative dishes inspired by multiple global cuisines. We source our produce carefully, seasonally and sustainably and from small-scale fisheries and producers wherever possible.  Responding to the current Patrick Jones ‘Language of Colour’ exhibition at the White Moose we will be creating a colourful Japanese-inspired menu featuring Appledore oysters, sake and rhubarb cocktails, ramen, seasonal pickles, steamed dumplings and more.

For further details, or to book call 01271 379872. Numbers will be restricted to around 30 maximum.







Patrick Jones Retrospective : Day Trip to Exeter

24 March 2017                           

Ticket price : 

£35.00 per person 

White Moose are organising a mini bus day trip to visit the Patrick Jones No Pasaran Exhibition at 45 Preston Street ( formerly Spacex gallery) on Friday 24 March, Leaving Barnstaple, at 9 : 30 am. Leaving Exeter at 3:30 pm.

In conjunction with his White Moose Language of Colour exhibition in Barnstaple, Patrick is holding a major retrospective of his work in this Exeter gallery. White Moose are organising a mini bus day trip to visit the Patrick Jones No Pasaran Exhibition at 45 Preston Street ( formerly Spacex gallery) on Friday 24 March, Leaving Barnstaple, at 9 : 30 am. Leaving Exeter at 3:30 pm.

This day trip offers the opportunity to meet and chat with Patrick Jones about the works on show and discover elements of his amazing career in the art world, both in the UK and in New York. The day will include a break for lunch and an afternoon visit to RAMM to view Hiroshige’s Japan: Stations of the Tokaido Road.

Pick up points : Barnstaple Leisure Centre car park entrance on Seven Brethren, Bishops Tawton outside The Old Forge B&B and Umberleigh Station. For further details of pick up times and details of the day please contact or call  01271 379872.

Numbers limited to fourteen on the mini bus, so early booking is essential and only confirmed by payment. 



Patrick Jones : Artist in Conversation

Wednesday 1 March :  Starts at 6:30 pm 

£6, to include a drink on arrival

Patrick Jones will be in conversation with White Moose partner Julie Gavin, discussing his career and latest works in his exhibition, The Language of Colour.

Gaining exhibitions at the Hayward, ICA and Serpentine galleries early on in his painting career, which marked him out as an abstract painter of exceptional promise. He then went to New York where he trained with some of the important abstract expressionists.

Discover insights to this fascinating abstract painter during this informal in conversation

Booking advisable ; 01271 379872 or email;

Photography by Teddy Hunter 














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