Until 30 September
Creative Gallery, st john BH20 4NB
01929 551700 Visit Website
Carol and Neil Cruickshank combine their creative skills with decorative patchwork landscape pictures framed in driftwood frames.
Until 1 October
Bath Contemporary, 35 Gay Street, BATH BA1 2NT
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01225 461230 Visit Website
Bold abstracted compositions
Until 2 October
Cafe, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, 84 Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
01392 265858 Visit Website
Jude Freeman’s response to a garden through the seasons.
Until 2 October
Various locations throughout LYME REGIS,
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This years ArtsFest theme ‘Identity’ is proving to be a potent stimulus to create thought provoking and moving works. A diverse range of 2D and 3D artwork on identity will be on display in shows at the Town Mill galleries at the end of the summer showing works by ArtsFest members alongside a student exhibition, showcasing the work of young artists from local schools and colleges. The artists have interpreted the theme in various ways, some looking at themselves whilst others have been exploring the identity of a group, a particular community or a whole generation.
Until 5 October
Exeter Phoenix, Bradninch Place, Gandy Street, EXETER EX4 3LS
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5.30pm
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Annual open submission exhibition
Until 5 October
The Jerram Gallery, Half Moon Street, SHERBORNE DT9 3LN
Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 5.30pm
01935 815261 Visit Website
Eleven artists from the celebrated New English Art Club (NEAC) have been chosen by the Jerram Gallery to show their latest work in this group exhibition. The artists exhibiting are Jason Bowyer, Louise Balaam, Caroline Frood, Charles Hardaker, Roy Freer, William Selby, Judith Gardner, Jenny Wheatley, Paul Curtis, Michael Whittlesea and the President, Richard Pikesley. The artists’ works are exhibited in many one-man shows and mixed exhibitions throughout the year and the Jerram Gallery feels it is important to have their work represented in a group exhibition staged in a gallery outside London giving art lovers in the West Country the opportunity to enjoy and buy members’ work.
Until 8 October
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, East Cliff, BOURNEMOUTH
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
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Puppets and masks are at the root of performing arts and are used in nearly all cultures throughout the world. From Spitting Image to bunraku puppets, and from the Vendetta mask to Noh plays, this fascinating exhibition will surprise and delight.
Until 8 October
Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Elmfield House, Dowell Street, HONITON EX14 1LX
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01404 45006 Visit Website
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was one of the pioneers of the pop art movement in the UK. Born in Scotland, Paolozzi was a compulsive collector and a jumbler of icons. He is equally revered for his mechanistic sculptures and his kaleidoscopic print projects. The artist, who described himself as ‘a wizard in Toytown’, transformed the mundane, the derelict and the mass-produced into images that zap with electric eclecticism and impress with their graphic complexity. This exhibition features a series of fifty screenprints and photolithographs created between 1965 and 1970. Here Paolozzi employs the technologies of mass-reproduction and gorges on its idols - the household names and familiar faces of consumer advertising, high fashion and Hollywood.
Until 8 October
Black Swan Arts, 2 Bridge Street, FROME BA11 1BB
Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
01373 473980 Visit Website
An exhibition of large, vibrant monoprints and additional works, especially created for the Black Swan Gallery by graphic artist Paul Minott.
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