Devon's Nature In Art

Devon's Nature In Art is a unique collection of artwork by the well known artist Eleanor Ludgate. It is a celebration of the nature in Devon.
Eleanor has been inspired by the special beauty of this English county for most of her life and has endeavoured to capture it's nature, wildlife, birds, flowers, butterflies & insects, also it's landscapes and ever changing moods on paper and canvas to share with others.
There is a permanent but constantly changing exhibition with new works being introduced which be can seen in the Three Hares Gallery.

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When not out walking and gathering ideas for her paintings Eleanor can be seen at work in her studio in the gallery.

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There is a permanent but constantly changing exhibition with new works being introduced which can be seen in the Three Hares Gallery

Three Hares Gallery,
20 The Square Chagford Devon
TQ13 8AB England
Tel 01647 433287.

The gallery is open all year round, (closed Sundays). However to avoid disappointment you are welcome to call first just in case we have an extra day off!

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If you are interested in the THREE HARES TRAIL there is a section dedicated to these paintings on this website and a Blog about them which can be found on the Links page. Trail leaflets are available from the gallery.
( Please note that the copyright of all the paintings & images on this website are owned by the artist Eleanor Ludgate)


This is an exhibition to celebrate the publishing of a beautiful book of Eleanor’s illustrated poems and is in the Three Hares Gallery in Chagford on Dartmoor, TQ13 8AB starting on the 13th of May and continuing for the summer.
This is an unusual collection of 43 poems spanning over 50 years, with a wide diversity of subjects and styles ranging from some written about Dartmoor and Sidmouth to poems about love and emotions and Eleanor’s more recent poems which tend to be more about wildlife and her concerns about it.

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Plan what to do in Chagford with an itinerary including Three Hares Gallery