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  • 06/09/15--15:12: Mariners Way II new location
  • You can now visit the newly installed Mariners Way II at the University of Exeter which is located at Lawn next to Southern Piazza of Forum, top of Poole Gate, Streatham Campus. I, and I hope you, look forward to […]

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  • 07/27/15--09:01: Ten
  • White Moose will be showing new paintings by three local artists, Edward Crumpton, Hester Berry and Peter Kettle. Reunited after ten years, this exhibition is their first together since they left West Buckland School in 2005.  Since then, they have […]

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    Ten Hester Berry, Edward Crumpton & Peter Kettle  Friday 7 August 2015 Private View from 6:30 pm White Moose warmly invite you to Ten, an exhibition which features the work of three Devon born artists, Hester Berry, Edward Crumpton and Peter Kettle, reunited after ten […]

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      In October 2015 I am planning my next visit to the Isles of Scilly; an archipelago 28 miles off the South-western point of Cornwall’s peninsula. Only five of the islands are inhabited, St. Mary’s, St. Martin’s, Tresco, Brysher and […]

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    On the 10th November, the architects and artist behind The Observatory: The Study and The Workshop, received national recognition as they won the small projects category at The Wood Awards ceremony at Carpenters’ Hall in London. The Wood Awards was […]

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    This solo exhibition of Edward Crumpton’s paintings at  are a range of colourful oil and ink landscape pieces. These were created from the views around North Devon and Lundy Island. The work in the exhibition focusses on the changeable light, dramatic […]

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  • 02/23/16--10:14: Observatory Residencies
  • An exhibition showcasing work made by the resident artists at the Observatory in Winchester and Lymington: Simon Ryder, Sean Harris, Isabella Martin, Katie Surridge, Alice Angus and Jilly Morris, plus composer-in-residence Marc Yeats and design team artist Edward Crumpton. Located at : St […]

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    Hello, I would like to invite you my opening of a group exhibition at St.Barbe Museum & Gallery on the 3rd March from 6pm-8pm. The work is showcasing the work made by the resident artists at the Observatory in Winchester and Lymington: […]

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  • 02/23/16--15:21: Rope Lines
  • The rope lines series captures the ongoing relationship Edward Crumpton has with the material, tarred marlin rope. Edward discovered this material when he undertook research into an ancient walk called the Mariners Way and found that this type of rope was regularly used on traditional sailing ships. With this material he intends to use the rope as a line to create diverse patterns, objects or structures. These rope line artworks can be displayed in front of sunlit windows, allowing the light to create interesting shadows across the internal space.

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    Please have take a look at this forward looking article about my collaboration with the architects in the observatory and how it is the seeds for new roots in art.    

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    This solo exhibition of Edward Crumpton’s paintings are a range of colourful oil and ink landscape pieces. These were created from the views around North Devon and Lundy Island. The work in the exhibition focuses on the changeable light, dramatic […]

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    Excited to announce that the observatory one The Civic Trust Award! Well done team for all the hard work in this project. https://www.civictrustawards.org.uk/winners/the-observatory  

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    After the success of the Civic trust award this year The Observatory wins the 2016 RIBA Regional Award for the South. So please to hear this and wish everyone a success for the time and effort for this project. https://www.architecture.com/Awards/Awards2016/RegionalAwards/South/TheObservatory.aspx

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    After months of preparation RIBA have announced their shortlisted buildings for the 2016 Stephen Lawrence Award…and The Observatory is one of them! Good luck team. https://www.architecture.com/Awards/Awards2016/StephenLawrencePrize/StephenLawrencePrize2016.aspx

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    Over 2016 I have been looking into the whole manufacturing process of Flax rope; from the growing of the seed to twisting into full lengths. Rope was usually made from lime bast, the inner bark of the Small Leaf Lime […]

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    Currently I’m visiting twelve islands off the British Isles as a way of discovering how these islands were formed and influenced the habitation of people and wildlife. Every island is unique, from it’s geology, uses and how it has been […]

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    In partnership with the Arts University, Bournemouth, artist Edward Crumpton will be Artist in Residence at The Observatory, sited in the grounds of National Trust property, Burton Bradstock, Dorset. Its location is along the stunning Jurassic coastline with fantastic views […]

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  • 08/31/17--02:08: Island I
  • Like a floating object at sea, this hanging sculpture represents the island of Lundy and its shipwrecking history. Edward used the aerial view of Lundy to inspire the shape of his sculpture. This is important as it shows the border between the sea and the land. On Lundy’s shoreline, hundreds of ships have plunged to their fate, driven into the jagged rocks by relentless winds or lack of navigation, the crew unlikely escaping due to its high cliff tops. The sculpture embodies the islands dramatic shipwrecking history through its sharply angled polygon shape. A number of lines cut through the sculpture signify both the islands geological dykes and fragments of debris from ships.

    Mariners used knotting to create decorative pieces of macramé, which they would often sell on their travels. Edward has used this process inside the wooden structure to evoke the presence of fallen sailors in the shipwrecks.

    This contemporary sculpture encapsulates Lundy Islands history by using traditional maritime practices to create a sense of continuity between the past and present. Island I has the potential to become a larger, outdoor piece.

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    In partnership with the Arts University, Bournemouth, artist Edward Crumpton will be Artist in Residence at The Observatory, sited in the grounds of National Trust property, Burton Bradstock, Dorset. Its location is along the stunning Jurassic coastline with fantastic views […]

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