EXHIBITION LISTINGS

IN PASSING
Until 27 April
Hayloft and Saddlery, Ashton Court Mansion, Ashton Court Estate, Kennel Lodge Road, BRISTOL BS41 9JN
10am-5pm
0117 985 439 Visit Website
ID Artists are a group of interdisciplinary artists from Bristol and North Somerset working in a range of disciplines including painting, mixed media, printmaking, ceramics, textiles and photography.
PHILIP CLAYTON AND CHRIS PRINDL
Until 27 April
The Art Room, 8a The Strand, TOPSHAM EX3 0JB
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 4pm
07718 480604 Visit Website
Paintings by Philip Clayton and pots by Chris Prindl
BRIAN GRAHAM, PETER HAYES AND PETTER SOUTHALL
Until 27 April
Sladers Yard, West Bay Road, WEST BAY, Bridport DT6 4EL
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday and Bank Holidays 12am - 5pm
01308 459511 Visit Website
Reaching back in time to the traces left by our earliest Ice Age forebears, Brian Graham's paintings combine the science of archaeology with artistic imagination to invoke feelings of refuge, hearth and nurturing as well as ice, fire, earth and challenge in powerful abstracted deeply textured paintings.
IN PASSING
19 April to 27 April
Hayloft and Saddlery, Ashton Court Mansion, Ashton Court Estate, Kennel Lodge Road, BRISTOL BS41 9JN
10am-5pm
0117 985 439 Visit Website
ID Artists are a group of interdisciplinary artists from Bristol and North Somerset working in a range of disciplines including painting, mixed media, printmaking, ceramics, textiles and photography.
NICOLA COOKE
26 April to 27 April
Upwey Old School, Upwey, WEYMOUTH DT3 5QE
10.30am - 5pm
01300 320118 Visit Website
New paintings.
CAROLINE WALKER: ‘FACES AND PLACES’
Until 30 April
The Creative Gallery, St John's Hill, WAREHAM BH20 4NB
Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm
01929 551700 Visit Website
Photographs from recent trips to exotic climes.
SOFT ESTATE
Until 3 May
Spacex, 45 Preston Street, EXETER EX1 1DF
Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm
01392 431786 Visit Website
Prints made using road dust and etched car parts, a film of roadside shrines, and a new essay by nature writer Richard Mabey are just some of the highlights of a new exhibition, the title of which derives from the Highways Agency term used to describe the natural habitats that have evolved along motorways and trunk roads, looks at how these borders offer a refuge for wildlife and a modern form of wilderness in the midst of intense urbanisation and agro-chemical farming. Invited artists include Edward Chell, Tim Bowditch and Nick Rochowski, Day Bowman, Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale, John Darwell, Laura Oldfield Ford, George Shaw, Robert Soden, and Simon Woolham.”
MARTYN LINTERN: ‘DISTANCE TRAVELLED’
25 April to 5 May
Contains Art, East Quay, Watchet Harbour, WATCHET TA23 0AQ
Wednesday - Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday 10am - 4pm
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A series of mixed media sculptures exploring the subjectivity and judgement that inform our sense of the distances travelled by a socially mobile population.
EVE COONEY: JÖKULSÁ Á FJÖLLUM
Until 10 May
Dodo Photo, 35 New Bridge Street, EXETER EX4 3AH
Saturday 11am - 5pm
07580 431451 Visit Website
Compelling new work from photographer Eve Cooney about her journey following Iceland’s second largest river from the source to its mouth.
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