EXHIBITION LISTINGS

SILVER LININGS
Until 6 February
For Every Cloud Gallery, Bow Street, LANGPORT TA10 9PR
Tuesday-Friday 9am-4pm, Saturday 9am-2pm
01458 251475 Visit Website
A fantastic opportunity to buy work from 11 local artists running a ‘pop-up’ shop and exhibition. Original prints, photography, textiles, 3D art, furniture and crafts.
FRESH TALENT
Until 9 February
Rostra Gallery, 5 George Street, BATH BA1 2EJ
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5.30pm, Sunday 11am - 4.30pm
01225 448121 Visit Website
An exciting exhibition celebrating the gallery's freshest new artists. Blow away the winter blues with this stunning new selection of sculpture, painting and jewellery! Artists include Marc Heaton, Naomi Greaves (above), Anna Marrow, Genista Copeland, The Lost Fox and Laila Smith.
LUCAS WESCHKE
Until 15 February
Jackson Gallery, 77 Fortuneswell, PORTLAND DT5 1LY
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 4pm
01305 826082 Visit Website
Characterised by clear lines and flat colours, Lucas Weschke's block prints evoke themes that touch all of us.
CRE8
10 February to 15 February
The Chapel in the Garden, East Street, BRIDPORT
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday 12noon - 4pm
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In a beautiful space and historic setting eight women artists have come together to show a diverse range of recent work from ceramics to installation. The exhibition runs alongside a special event in Bucky Doo Square on Saturday 14 February which celebrates the 1912 Bridport Women’s Wildcat Strike.
SHERBORNE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ART EXHIBITION
13 February to 16 February
Greenfield Hall, Sherborne International School, Newell Grange, SHERBORNE DT9 4EZ
10am - 5pm
01935 814743 Visit Website
Original paintings, drawings, photographs and mixed media by students and staff, past and present.
MATERIAL DIFFERENCES
Until 21 February
Sidcot Arts Centre, Oakridge Lane, WINSCOMBE BS25 1PD
Thursday and Friday 11am - 6pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm
01934 845256 Visit Website
Sidcot Arts Centre hosts a brand new exhibition, curated by Somerset artists Diane Burnell and Caroline Mornement, featuring work by seven members of the Somerset Contemporary Artists Network (SCAN), an artist-led group which exists to support artists and create opportunities to network with and be supported by like-minded creatives. Georgina Conroy (mixed media), Leah Hislop (spun fleece), ashar (mixed media on plaster), Caroline Mornement (etching and printmaking), Emma Duke (driftwood sculpture), Lucy Lean (mixed media and textiles) have been selected for their innovative use of unfamiliar materials. Although travelling their own singular paths, there are many instances where their journeys criss-cross, intersect and overlap.
DRAGOMIR MISINA: ‘AT FIRST GLANCE’
Until 21 February
The Pound, Pound Pill, CORSHAM SN13 9HX
Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm
01249 701628 / 01249 712618
Croatian born artist Dragomir Misina createscontemporary abstract paintings with complex surfaces, concerned with the delicate balance of chaos and order. Each painting is informed by the narrative as a starting point, which become obsolete in the process of painting. Instead, Dragomir focuses on colour, texture, mark making and possibilities in their combinations, creating gateways into make believe worlds.
CHARISSE GARDINER: ‘GHOST OF EDEN’
29 January to 21 February
Bath Contemporary, 35 Gay Street, BATH BA1 2NT
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01225 461230 Visit Website
South African artist Charisse Gardiner explores themes of history, home, displacement and identity set against the ephemerality of childhood and the elusive nature of memory.
‘THE STORY CONTINUES...’
14 February to 21 February
Number Seven, 7, The High Street, DULVERTON TA22 9HB
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01398 324457 Visit Website
Last summer artist and poet Christopher Jelley released stories into the wild along the Coleridge Way in West Somerset. Each book’s first pages were penned by acclaimed artists and authors Jackie Morris (pictured), Victoria Eveleigh and Catherine Hyde. Finders of the book were then asked to continue the tale or add an illustration. This exhibition features the stories and drawings that were told.
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