An Exeter Deaf Academy student art project called ‘Sense of Space’ has gone on public display in the Royal Devon & Exeter hospital. Devon was the inspiration for the exhibition and students could use any art medium they liked to express the essence of the county.

Students drew their inspiration from Devon’s beautiful beaches, rivers and wild open spaces, such as Dartmoor National Park. The brief was deliberately open so students could create a unique piece that was individual to them.

Our student’s canvases went on display in Exeter Library alongside other student work from schools across Devon, before moving to the RD&E hospital for a three month exhibition.

The ‘Sense of Space’ exhibition is on display near the Oasis restaurant in the RD&E hospital until 1 September, 2016.