Faces and hands at Seale-Hayne

Hannahs is hosting two art exhibitions at Seale-Hayne in June. SAVING FACES looks at faces before and after facial surgery and FROM PAPER TO DIGITISATION is an exhibition of works by HANDS (Hannahs Artists and Designers).

The SAVING FACES art project incorporates the work of the 1914FACES2014 project which considers the factors that affect social relationships between people with visible facial difference and those without.
On display is a selection of portrait paintings of patients before and after facial surgery as well as detailed information by the surgeon, artist and patients about their extraordinary journey during the making of this project.

FROM PAPER TO DIGITISATION is an exhibition of works by the resident artists at Seale-Hayne in the lead up to our Summer of Art: Digital Invasion. All the resident artists welcome visitors to their studios and they run regular workshops.
HANDS aim to inspire and encourage visitors to think of art and humanity as a dynamic for everyday life. The artists’ disciplines cover painting, photography and pottery, jewellery, ceramics and glass, blacksmithing and textiles.

From Paper to Digitisation
4th-29th June, Main Gallery, Free entry
Saving Faces
5th-29th June, Chapel Gallery, Free entry