EXHIBITION LISTINGS

‘WINTER AND SPRING’
Until 31 May
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
01392 265858
This exhibition features a selection of drawings, watercolours and oil paintings from RAMM’s collection with a seasonal themes, as well as Devon Landscapes, Exeter and People. Devon Landscapes include 18th-century watercolours by John White Abbott and more recent works by Robert Organ and Alan Richards. There are also topographical drawings and watercolours of Exeter by Sidney Endacott and Francis Towne. Three recently acquired botanical watercolours by Reverend William Keble Martin are displayed. Seasonal scenes include William Henry Hunt’s exquisitely detailed Primroses and Bird’s Nest, along with Henry Hainsselin’s expressive work Friesland Boer Skating and botanical illustrations from The Concise British Flora by William Keble Martin.
‘DEMENTIA DARNINGS’
Until 27 May
Bridport Arts Centre, South Street, BRIDPORT DT6 3NR
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
01308 424204 Visit Website
Large scale portraits of the artist's mother in wool and thread.
DAMIAN CLARKE: ‘FREEFLOW’
Until 29 May
East Lambrook Manor Gallery, EAST LAMBROOK, South Petherton TA13 5HH
10am - 5pm (Closed 30 April, 8 + 15 + 22 May)
07773 128885 Visit Website
New works exploring images that focus on murmuration, currents, disintegration.
‘WINTER AND SPRING’
Until 31 May
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
01392 265858
This exhibition features a selection of drawings, watercolours and oil paintings from RAMM’s collection with a seasonal themes, as well as Devon Landscapes, Exeter and People. Devon Landscapes include 18th-century watercolours by John White Abbott and more recent works by Robert Organ and Alan Richards. There are also topographical drawings and watercolours of Exeter by Sidney Endacott and Francis Towne. Three recently acquired botanical watercolours by Reverend William Keble Martin are displayed. Seasonal scenes include William Henry Hunt’s exquisitely detailed Primroses and Bird’s Nest, along with Henry Hainsselin’s expressive work Friesland Boer Skating and botanical illustrations from The Concise British Flora by William Keble Martin.
‘CAPE FAREWELL’
Until 3 June
Allsop Gallery, Bridport Arts Centre, South Street, BRIDPORT DT6 3NR
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm.
01308 424204
Artists and farmers examine our relationship with food, farming and the wider environment.
BRUEGEL: DEFINING A DYNASTY
Until 4 June
Roper Gallery, The Holburne Museum, Great Pultney Street, BATH BA2 4DB
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday and Bank Holidays 11am - 5pm - £10 / £9
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The UK’s first exhibition devoted to the Bruegel dynasty will unravel the complex Bruegel family tree, revealing the originality and diversity of Antwerp’s famous artistic dynasty across four generations through 35 works.
ANNE DESMET: ‘UNDER CHANGING SKIES’
Until 4 June
Wirth Gallery, The Holburne Museum, Great Pultney Street, BATH BA2 4DB
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday and Bank Holidays 11am - 5pm - Free Entry
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Distinguished wood engraver Anne Desmet presents a series of journeys through time. These recent prints and mixed media collages will take you to New York, London and an imaginary beyond, exploring the tones and textures of changing seasons, times of day and layers of history. The exhibition will include the first showing of a new series of six engravings, Manhattan, based on the Chrysler Building in New York City.
JEREMY COOPER: POSTCARDS
Until 6 June
Podsavers Barn Restaurant, Pound Lane, BISHOPS LYDEARD TA4 3AD
Wednesday - Sunday (times vary)
01823 433556 Visit Website
Gathering postcards since the early 1980s, Jeremy Cooper has amassed a collection of over three thousand after a practice of buying at least two of every postcard he liked, one for keeping, the other for sending. Following a hugely successful inaugural exhibition at Contains Art in 2013, Cooper has since curated a series of exhibitions in cafes across London, This April, Contains Art partners with him once again, and will exhibit his entire collection across the walls of Podshavers, a family-run restaurant in an open-beamed Edwardian milking parlour on the outskirts of Bishops Lydeard.
‘PRAISE O’ DO'SET’
Until 10 June
The Tea Room, Dorset County Museum, High West Street, DORCHESTER DT1 1XA
Monday - Saturday 10am - 4.45pm - Free Entry
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Original hand painted woodblock prints by Jennifer Martindale, illustrating poems by William Barnes
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