EXHIBITION LISTINGS

DETACHED AND TIMELESS
Until 2 November
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
01392 265858 Visit Website
Detached and Timeless looks at the way modern artists have been inspired by landscapes, nature and the seasons. Imaginary, mystical places have provided the stimulus for several of the artists. Others have been inspired by real West country locations. Some touch on themes of spirituality and paganism. The results are works which are often abstract, sometimes representational and occasionally other-worldly. The exhibition features work by some of the most significant figures in British art from the past sixty years, including Bomberg, Burra, Prunella Clough, Terry Frost, Patrick Heron, Roger Hilton, Peter Lanyon, Richard Long, Rachel Lowe, George Shaw and Clare Woods.
‘OBSESSIVELY DRAWN’
Until 31 October
White Moose Gallery, Trinity Street, BARNSTAPLE EX32 8HX
Monday - Saturday 11am - 5pm
01271 379872
Art Exhibition
RECOLLECTION 2
Until 1 November
For Every Cloud Gallery, Bow Street, LANGPORT TA10 9PR
Tuesday - Friday 9am - 4pm, Saturday 9am - 2pm
01458 251475 Visit Website
Installation, mixed media, print and photography. Working with misplaced items connecting identity with relationships and objects this exhibition explores emotion, memory and recollection through the human journey.
‘SUNLIGHT’
Until 1 November
The Young Gallery, Salisbury Library, Market Place, SALISBURY SP1 1BL
Monday 10am - 7pm, Tuesday and Friday 9am - 7pm, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 9am - 5pm
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A colourful exhibition of mixed media paintings. Sun through the seasons in town and country on land and water.
DETACHED AND TIMELESS
Until 2 November
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
01392 265858 Visit Website
Detached and Timeless looks at the way modern artists have been inspired by landscapes, nature and the seasons. Imaginary, mystical places have provided the stimulus for several of the artists. Others have been inspired by real West country locations. Some touch on themes of spirituality and paganism. The results are works which are often abstract, sometimes representational and occasionally other-worldly. The exhibition features work by some of the most significant figures in British art from the past sixty years, including Bomberg, Burra, Prunella Clough, Terry Frost, Patrick Heron, Roger Hilton, Peter Lanyon, Richard Long, Rachel Lowe, George Shaw and Clare Woods.
DETACHED AND TIMELESS
Until 2 November
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
01392 265858 Visit Website
Detached and Timeless looks at the way modern artists have been inspired by landscapes, nature and the seasons. The exhibition features work by some of the most significant figures in British art from the past sixty years, including Bomberg, Burra, Prunella Clough, Terry Frost, Patrick Heron, Roger Hilton, Peter Lanyon, Richard Long, Rachel Lowe, George Shaw and Clare Woods
‘PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES’
Until 2 November
Highcliffe Castle, Rothesay Drive, HIGHCLIFFE BH23 4LE
11am - 4.30pm - £3.35
01425 278807 Visit Website
Exciting new work and ideas from Susan Knights, Linda Patterson, Marion Wall, Brenda Weeks. Paintings, jewellery, and textiles.
RICHARD PIKESLEY: WEST COUNTRY MEANDERINGS
Until 5 November
The Jerram Gallery, Half Moon Street, SHERBORNE, Dorset DT9 3LN
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Richard Pikesley’s art education valued tradition whilst embracing the Modern British movement of the 20th century and instilled in him a love for landscape and the effects of light and weather. This latest body of work, painted over the last couple of years, is a collection of landscapes and coastal subjects from south Devon and further west. A group of very compelling works painted on Dartmoor comes from many hours of walking and study. The smaller panels have a glorious sense of spontaneity having been painted ‘in situ’. He cleverly captures the character of each occasion, be it a county show with a stilt walker among the crowd at Melplash, the spaniel on Weymouth Prom, the rolling wave at Chesil or the lambs and ewes on Dartmoor. He lives in Dorset, and was elected President of the New English Art Club last year.
BATH ARTIST PRINTMAKERS
Until 8 November
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, 16 Queen Square, BATH BA1 2HN
Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
01225 312 084 Visit Website
Bath Artist Printmakers are celebrating 30 years as Bath’s only group of fine art printmakers with an exciting exhibition of original handmade prints
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