EXHIBITION LISTINGS

NEIL CANNING, FRED EVE, COLIN MOORE
Until 12 October
The Marle Gallery, Victoria Place, AXMINSTER EX13 5NQ
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01297 639970 Visit Website
Limited edition signed prints and paintings
MATTHEW MAGUIRE: ‘THE ART OF MANIPULATION’
25 September to 2 October
Centrespace Gallery, 6 Leonard Lane, BRISTOL BA1 1AE
11am - 6pm
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This exhibition revolves around subtle interactions whereby the works and spaces are manipulated and grow through the creativity of the public.
CICATRIX: THE SCAR OF A HEALED WOUND
Until 4 October
The Young Gallery, Market Place, SALISBURY SP1 1BL
Monday 10am - 7pm, Tuesday and Friday 9am - 7pm, Wednesday and Thursday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 9am - 5pm
01722 341235 Visit Website
Cicatrix is a visual arts project of three parts: installation, drawing and film. The audience is presented with another perspective of the WW1 legacy, with Salisbury Plain providing the cornerstone for the collaboration. Together the artists present their unique interpretation of mapping, scarring and the creation of shrines. With the notion that ‘memory provides the fourth dimension to any landscape’, Cicatrix offers a challenging alternative viewpoint to mark the centenary of The Great War. Henny Burnett, Prudence Maltby and Susan Francis are the Wiltshire artists living on the fringes of the Plain.
HELEN SIMMONDS, ASHRAF HANNA, AND PIETER VANDEN DAELE
Until 4 October
Beaux Arts Bath, 12-13 York Street, BATH BA1 1NG
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01225 464850 Visit Website
During September Beaux Arts showcase the exquisite oil paintings of Bath artist Helen Simmonds. Like the best artworks, these compelling and evocative still lifes have the power to inspire stillness. They are quite simply beautiful. Also on display are innovative ceramics by Ashraf Hanna and bronze fish sculptures by Pieter Vanden Daele
IRYNA YERMOLOVA AND MELISSA KIERNAN: EMBRACE
Until 4 October
Bath Contemporary, 35 Gay Street, BATH BA1 2NT
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01225 461230 Visit Website
Within the framework of storytelling and set against a background of mythology and iconography, two artists explore both personal and shared experience.
BEATRICE HAINES: ‘RIP A K HORSEY’
Until 5 October
Black Swan Arts, 2 Bridge Street, FROME BA11 1BB
Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
01373 473980 Visit Website
Beatrice Haines explores the human quest for immortality through graffiti left in the wooden over-bed tables found at Marlborough College’s Sanatorium by resident pupils
ROBIN RAE AND CARINA CISCATO
Until 5 October
The Art Room, 8a The Strand, TOPSHAM EX3 0JB
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 11am - 5pm
07718 480604 Visit Website
Robin Rae is a figurative and abstract artist whose recent paintings inspired by the Dorset landscape or imagined interiors have a surreal quality and distinct style. Carina Ciscato uses porcelain to create loose rhythmic forms on the wheel, each delicate vessel is unique and bears the marks of their making.
SOUTH WEST ILLUSTRATORS: ‘PICTURE TREE’
30 September to 5 October
Gallery 44AD, 4 Abbey Street, BATH BA1 1NN
Monday and Tuesday 11am - 7pm, Wednesday 12noon - 7pm, Thursday - Saturday 11am - 7pm, Sunday 1 - 4pm
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Original artwork by 14 local artists. Something for all tastes - fantasy, nature, humour, magic, eccentricity - in pen and ink, watercolour, collage, digital.
‘UNFOLDING STORIES’
30 September to 5 October
West Barn, Pound Lane, BRADFORD-ON-AVON BA15 1LF
10.30am - 5pm
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An exhibition of contemporary art quilts by members of Contemporary Quilters West, unfolding stories through the use of cloth, paint and dye hidden with church architecture, old maps, walks through the landscape and along beaches, samba dancing, and the Celtic mythology of trees.
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