EXHIBITION LISTINGS

FIONA ROBINSON: ‘DRAWING DEBUSSY’
Until 16 April
Royal West of England Academy, Queens Road, BRISTOL BS8 1PX
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm, Sunday 11am - 5pm
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Work exploring the relationship between drawing and music
‘DARTMOOR: A HAUNTED LANDSCAPE’
Until 2 April
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am – 5pm
01392 265858
Paintings by local artist Richard G. Hill explore the brooding and dark quality of the Dartmoor landscape and its folklore. Creatures from Dartmoor folklore confer a magical but dark atmosphere to his work. The raven, a common sight and sound on the moor. The black dog, which can represent the spirit of a past evil person. The Wish Hounds that ride through the night looking for innocent souls. Twilight and shadows also create magical shapes of people and animals in his paintings
‘DARTMOOR: A HAUNTED LANDSCAPE’
Until 2 April
Cafe, Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, EXETER EX4 3RX
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
01392 265858
Paintings by local artist Richard G. Hill explore the brooding and dark quality of the Dartmoor landscape and its folklore.
ALEX CREE: ‘THE JURASSIC COAST AND OTHER PAINTINGS’
25 March to 2 April
Moignes Court, OWERMOIGNE, Nr Dorchester DT2 8HY
10am - 2pm
07814 659143 Visit Website
Come to Dorset’s oldest inhabited house and see what Alex has produced in the last year. Plein air landscapes of the coast as well as still lives and other landscapes.
KIT GLAISYER: BATH OPEN STUDIO WEEKEND
31 March to 2 April
Garden Flat Gallery, 48 Great Pulteney Street, BATH BA2 4DP
11am - 6pm
07983 465789 Visit Website
Kit Glaisyer opens his new Bath studio for a 3-day open studio weekend on Great Pulteney Street, showing a selection of works including Dorset landscapes and new Bath scenes.
SHAFTESBURY ARTS CENTRE ART GROUP
29 March to 4 April
The Gallery, Shaftesbury Arts Centre, 11-13 Bell Street, SHAFTESBURY SP7 8AR
10am - 4pm
01747 855243 Visit Website
Art Group Exhibition
SIMON HITCHENS: TOUCH STONES
Until 8 April
Outpost, 77 Fortuneswell, PORTLAND DT5 1LY
Tuesday - Saturday 12 noon - 5pm.
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B-side upped sticks and made the permanent move to the Isle of Portland in Dorset last year. Taking over an empty shop space, the new space became a real hub at the Festival in September and has since hosted various community and artist events. This March sees the start of programme of activities that will experiment with and investigate how b-side and others can make use of the project space. A creatively diverse programme is already shaping up, beginning with work by Somerset sculptor Simon Hitchens.
JAMES CAPPER: ‘SCULPTURE AND HYDRAULICS’
Until 8 April
The Edge, University of Bath, University of Bath, Claverton Down, BATH BA2 7AY
Tuesday - Thursday 11am - 8pm, Friday and Saturday 11am - 5pm
01225 386777 Visit Website
Fascinating for being recognisable yet other worldly, Capper’s machine-like sculptures suggest an interplay between art, technology and the natural world
WEDDING FASHIONS THROUGH THE AGES
8 April
Strode Theatre, Church Road, STREET BA16 0AB
Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday 10am - 2pm
01458 442846
A fascinating trip through more than 100 years of us ‘looking our best’, illustrated in professional wedding photographs contributed by Strode Theatre Friends, patrons and Somerset residents.
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