EXHIBITION LISTINGS

MATISSE: ‘DRAWING WITH SCISSORS, LATE WORKS 1950 - 1954’
Until 7 February
Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Elmfield House, Dowell Street, HONITON EX14 1LX
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm - Free Entry
01404 45006 Visit Website
A Hayward Touring Exhibition from the Southbank Centre, London. Featuring 35 lithographic reproductions of the spectacular paper cut-outs of Henri Matisse, including iconic images ‘The Snail’ and the ‘Blue Nudes’.
THEATRE OF THE SOUL
Until 28 February
Allsop Gallery, Bridport Arts Centre, 9 south DT6 3NR
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
01308 424204 Visit Website
An exhibition of imaginative, visionary and surreal art. While all art is derived from the imagination, since even realistic paintings of landscapes are translated on to canvas by the artist’s imagination. But for certain artists the finished artwork begins and ends with the imagination, with no apparent connection to reality. In truth these ‘imaginative’ artworks have a deeper reality, a reality of the soul. These artworks are the stage on which the artist has placed the characters of his or her soul to play out and display the artist’s deepest nature. Such are the works in this exhibition. Work by Tim Carroll, Amanda Popham, David Lawrence, Katarina Rose, Nancy Farmer, Ian Rowden, Caroline Ireland, Irene Jones, David Marl, Kate Walters, and David Brooke.
CHARLOTTE MILLER & FELICITY ROBERTS: ‘FOR LOVE OF CLAY’
2 February to 28 February
The Creative Gallery, St John's Hill, WAREHAM BH20 4NB
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
01929 551700 Visit Website
Charlotte exhibits her characterful budgie sculptures along with her student Felicity’s new work celebrating the joy of making in clay.
‘BOOKISH ARTY BAZAAR’
28 February
Boilerhouse Gallery and Sandy Hill Studios, CORFE CASTLE BH20 5JF
12noon - 4pm
01929 481073 Visit Website
Local arts, crafts, vintage, fresh produce fair. Cakes and savouries, mobile barista
‘AHEAD OF THE CURVE: NEW CHINA FROM CHINA’
Until 1 March
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Road, BRISTOL BS8 1RL
Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 6pm - Free Entry
0117 922 3571 Visit Website
An enchanting exhibition of contemporary ceramics and glass created by twenty Chinese artists.
VICTORIA GAMBERONI: ‘FLOWER PAINTINGS’
Until 1 March
Victoria Art Gallery, Bridge Street, BATH BA2 4AT
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 1.30 - 5pm
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Victoria lives and paints in the West Country. On painting trips to the United States, Mexico, India, North Africa and Europe, she gathers inspiration for landscapes and figure scenes. When at home, however, no opportunity is lost to indulge her passion for flowers, revelling in their delicate colours and forms. These sensitive works, assembled here for the first time, may be purchased.
‘KNIT 1, MEND 1, KEEP 1, CHANGE 1’
Until 1 March
Walford Mill Crafts, Stone Lane, WIMBORNE BH21 1NL
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 11am - 4pm
01202 841400 Visit Website
Exploring ideas around sustainability in fashion through the work of makers innovating and questioning approaches to knitting and ownership
GABRIELLE HOAD: ‘COLUMBARIUM’
Until 7 March
Gallery 333 and Cafe Bar, Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, EXETER EX4 3LS
Monday- Saturday 10am - 5.30pm
01392 667080 Visit Website
Bone by bone, frame by frame, point by point... However precisely we analyse bird flight, the real subject of our study continues to evade capture. A work that draws on early cinematography and the latest 3D printing techniques to test the limits of objective knowledge.
‘PIGDOGANDMONKEYFESTOS’
Until 7 March
Exeter Phoenix, Gandy Street, EXETER EX4 3LS
Monday- Saturday 10am - 5.30pm
01392 667080 Visit Website
Curated by Shaun Doyle and Mally Mallinson, this exhibition explores contemporary artists’ manifestos and works inspired by the manifesto format. Including work by over 50 artists, it celebrates the somewhat foolish idea of declaring your intentions to the world with the hope of changing it...
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