EXHIBITION LISTINGS

MICHAEL BURY AND ANTHONY SEYMOUR
Until 1 February
Alma Tavern, 18-20 Alma Vale Road, CLIFTON, Bristol BS8 2HY
Noon - 11pm
0117 973 5171
Abstract Art
WOODROFFE SCHOOL ANNUAL EXHIBITION
28 January to 5 February
The Malthouse Gallery, Town Mill, Mill Lane, LYME REGIS DT7 3PU
10.30am - 4.30pm
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Annual showcase of artwork made by students from all years of Lyme Regis’s Woodroffe School.
THE CREATIVE MIND
3 February to 5 February
The Chapel In The Garden, East Street, BRIDPORT DT6 3JX
10am - 4pm
01308 421720
The exhibition, inspired by Time to Talk Day, will explore the benefits of creativity for mental well-being. Work on show will be by local artists of all ages and include pottery, photography, video installation, poetry, painting and calligraphy.
‘NEW YEAR NEW WORK NEW ARTISTS’
Until 11 February
Boilerhouse Gallery, Sandy Hill Lane, CORFE CASTLE BH20 5JF
Saturday 12noon - 4pm
01929 481073 Visit Website
Art Exhibition
DIANE ROBERTS: ‘INK, WATER, PAPER’
Until 11 February
Bridport Arts Centre, South Street, BRIDPORT DT6 3NR
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm. 01308 424204
01308 424204 Visit Website
Painter and printmaker Diane Roberts has created new prints inspired by the works of Adrian Piper.
MUSIC ARCHITECTURE POOLE (MAP)
Until 11 February
The Gallery, Lighthouse, Kingland Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 1UG
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 5pm.
01202 280000 Visit Website
Exhibition of second year BA (Hons) Architecture student work from AUB that explores the link between music and architecture. It features a range of work from sketch drawings to computer work and physical material making.
PAY & DISPLAY
4 February to 15 February
Centrespace Gallery, 6 Leonard Lane, BRISTOL BS1 1EA
11am - 6pm
01179 291234 Visit Website
Prize exhibition selected from an open call, by Beatrice Haines and Daphne Wright
PETER BROWN: ‘A BATH PAINTER’S TRAVELS’
Until 19 February
Victoria Art Gallery, Bridge Street, BATH BA2 4AT
10.30am - 5pm - £4
01225 477233 Visit Website
This exhibition features over 100 new oil paintings and drawings by Bath-based artist Peter Brown, commonly known as ‘Pete the Street’ for his habit of painting outdoors in all weathers. The exhibits, all to be captured in a brand new book, include scenes of well-loved Bath locations displayed side by side with views of Arles, Dublin, Granada, London, Seville and other cities. In all cases the artist uses the street as his studio and depicts the bustling life he encounters at different times of day and different seasons. Nor will fans of Bath’s Georgian heritage be disappointed for Pete never tires of painting his home city. Also, this year Pete has painting at Glastonbury Festival and captured the magic of the music, sun, rain and mud!
JEAN ROSE: ‘THE POETRY OF THE EVERYDAY’
19 February
Victoria Art Gallery, Bridge Street, BATH BA2 4AT
10.30am - 5pm - £4
01225 477233 Visit Website
Jean Rose was among the first artists to enrol at the Bath Academy of Art in the late 1940s. Sixty-five years later she is still at work in the city, producing tellingly observed paintings of shoppers, street vendors, dog-walkers and garden centre visitors. These works celebrate everyday social activities, whilst paying homage to the methods of earlier painters such as Edouard Vuillard and Piero della Francesca. Jean Rose has exhibited widely, and all works will be for sale in this, her first one-woman show in Bath since 2008.
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