Newton Abbot Art Group

Summer Exhibition   -   June 9th to 22nd

 TAAG, Northumberland Place, Teignmouth

Open daily - 10-00 am till 5-00 pm

Free Entry







Exhibition at Newton Abbot Library - 29th July - 5th August

List of award winners

The award winners were:


Overall Winner Best in Exhibition:  Jacqui Thompson for ‘Rounding the Mark’

Highly Commended:  Lesley Byers for ‘’Otter’


Best Watercolour:  Gill Michael for ‘Autumn, River Teign’

Highly Commended: Gill Michael for ‘Gannets in Love’.


Best Oil painting:  Bryan Hill for ‘Cockington Village 4’

Highly Commended: Ann Ward for ‘Colours of Autumn’


Best Acrylic: Virginia Griem for ‘Storm 1’

Highly Commended: Jacqui Thompson for One Summer’s day’


Best Pastel/Pencil: Lesley Byers for ‘Otter’

Highly Commended: Irene Hill for ‘Incoming Tide’


Most Innovative/Mixed Media: Jacqui Thompson for ‘Rounding the Mark’

Highly Commended: Bryan Hill for ‘Of Cats and Dogs’


Best 3D/Sculpture: Fernley Tout for ‘Hungry Mice’

Highly Commended: Jan Newton for ‘Peruvian Toad

 Winner of the public vote was - Lesley Byers - Otter



Below please find award winners for our 2017 TAAG Exhibition

(Images to follow)



Some of the award winners at our 2017 TAAG Exhibition



The winner of the Newton Vase – for the public vote for favourite picture


Two’s Company – Jan White


Exhibitions 2017

Our 2017 Summer Exhibition is being held at TAAG, Northumberland Place, Teignmouth from 3rd to 16th June.  This is our third exhibition at TAAG in recent years.  It is a bright, busy gallery in Teignmouth’s  newly named  Arts Quarter, and has been very successful for our Group in previous years.  We shall be serving a cream tea on the afternoon of Saturday 3rd June to celebrate the opening of the exhibition so please come along.

We are planning a further exhibition in the Passmore Edwards building (Newton Abbot Library) in Newton Abbot town centre from 29 July to 5th August (including both Saturdays).  We shall update this website with further info as arrangements for this exhibition progress.

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