EXHIBITION LISTINGS

JAYNE CUNLIFFE
Until 30 October
Quarr Gallery, 17 High Street, SWANAGE BH19 2LP
11.30am - 5pm
01929 475719
Stoneware vessels and sculptural interpretations inspired by Dorset’s seashore
BRENDA WEEKS: OPEN STUDIO
30 May
157 Seafield Road, BOURNEMOUTH BH6 5LH
10.30am - 4pm
01202 428004
Textiles
ANGIE ROOKE: ‘IN THE ENGLISH LANDSCAPE’
Until 31 May
John Leach Gallery, Muchelney Pottery, MUCHELNEY, Nr Langport TA10 0DW
Monday - Saturday, 9am - 1pm and 2 - 5pm
01458 250324 Visit Website
A wonderful selection of paintings depicting the local landscape.
CHRIS WEBB
Until 31 May
Castle Green, TAUNTON
07973 593481
Four large stone sculptures
MICHELLE CLEMENTS: ‘DRIFTWOOD HARBOURS AND SEASCAPES’
Until 31 May
The Creative Gallery, St John's Hill, WAREHAM BH20 4NB
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01929 551700 Visit Website
Michelle’s quirky harbours and seascapes made from Dorset driftwoods evoke memories of childhood and summers by the sea.
DENNIS CHINAWORKS
Until 31 May
Dennis Chinaworks, Shepton House, SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP, Somerset TA19 0JT
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 4pm
01460 240622 Visit Website
Exhibition of chargers and large decorative plates.
NEIL BURFORD: ‘PAINTED PORTRAITS’
Until 1 June
The Old School House Studio, RYME INTRINSICA DT9 6JX
10am - 6pm
www.neilburford.com
New studio opening exhibition of oil portraiture
LYNDA WHITE: ‘LANDSCAPE AND LOCALITY’
Until 1 June
The Courtyard Gallery, Town Mill, Mill Lane, LYME REGIS DT7 3PU
10.30am - 4.30 pm
Visit Website
Mixed media and acrylic paintings
BATH SOCIETY OF ARTISTS SUMMER OPEN
Until 4 June
Victoria Art Gallery, Bridge Street, BATH BA2 4AT
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 1.30 - 5pm
01225 477233 Visit Website
Now in its 111th year, this hugely popular exhibition showcases the best of the region's artistic talent. Any artist aged 18 or over can submit work for possible selection. The annual exhibition, which is open to non-members, attracts over 1,000 entries and 13,000 visitors, with sales doubling in the last few years. The prizes on offer total more than £3,000 and include the £500 Public Choice Prize, for which visitors are invited to vote.
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