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VISUAL ARTS

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TIM WARREN

25 May - 13 June

LT Gallery, 1 Orchard Street, WESTON-SUPER-

MARE, BS23 1RG. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday

10am - 4pm, Thursday 12noon - 7pm. 07730

431726 /

www.ltgallery.com

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Paintings.

‘PORTRAIT OF SHAFTESBURY’

26 May - 6 June

The Gallery, Shaftesbury Art Centre, Bell Street,

SHAFTESBURY, SP7 8AR. 10am - 4pm. 01747

855243.

LIZ SHEWAN: ‘DIVINE ESSENCE’

26 May - 7 June

The Courtyard Gallery, The Town Mill, Mill Lane,

LYME REGIS, DT7 3PU. 10.30am - 4.30pm.

www.townmillarts.co.uk

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CHINKS GRYLLS: ‘GLASSWORKS’

27 - 29 May

Quantock Lodge, ALEY, Over Stowey, TA5 1HE.

10am - 6pm. 07803 703634.

“A variety of

glassworks.”

‘HERE’

27 - 31 May

Centrespace Gallery, 6 Leonard Lane, BRISTOL,

BS1 1EA. 11 - 6pm. 01179 291234.

MAY EXHIBITION

27 May - 4 June

East Devon Art Academy, Old Fore Street,

SIDMOUTH, EX10 8LS. 11am - 5pm. 01395

516284.

“A wide variety of artworks from

abstract to figurative.”

LYME REGIS ART SOCIETY

27 May - 7 June

The Malthouse Gallery, The Town Mill, Mill Lane,

LYME REGIS, DT7 3PU. 10.30am - 4.30pm.

www.townmillarts.co.uk

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“Annual show.”

KATHERINE SWINFEN EADY

“Katherine has steadily built an impressive track record becoming a very sought after

Scottish colourist artist with the UK’s art scene. This year's selection of work centres

around Salisbury Plain, the Ardnamurchan Peninsular on the West Coast of Scotland,

France and Italy. Katherine’s work is in the tradition of Scottish oil painting having been

trained at Edinburgh College of Art and her use of colour and form stems from that

training. She reaps huge inspiration from living on Salisbury Plain and many of her

landscapes show the wonderful lights and lines which are due to the area being one of

the 'clear sky areas' in the country. Her paintings of Salisbury Plain are all executed 'en

plein air'; it is an area she never tires of and she finds the huge skies, changing light

and the expanse of wildlife a never-ending source of subject matter for her paintings.

Ardnamurchan Peninsular, the most westerly point of mainland Britain, is much more

susceptible to inclement weather, hence Katherine makes lots of sketches on the spot

and then works on the paintings when she is back in the studio. As a complete contrast

France and Italy offers a completely different type of landscape and working out the hot

colours and how it affects the landscape is a challenge she enjoys.”

10 - 28 June:

The Jerram Gallery, Half Moon Street, SHERBORNE, DT9 3LN. Monday -

Saturday 9.30am - 5pm. 01935 815261 /

www.jerramgallery.com

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‘FARMHOUSE AND TERRACES, ITALY’ (Oil on linen, 30” x 30”)

TINA DODD AND LINDY PAUL

1 - 22 June

Weston Old Town Quarry, South Road, WESTON-

SUPER-MARE, BS23 2LU. Wednesday - Sunday

10.30am - 4.30pm. 01934 843660 /

www.tinadoddart.com

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“Striking monochromatic

landscapes alongside paintings commenting on

isolation and disconnection.”

Above: ‘Mendip Lane’

SANDRA BRANT: ‘SEA DREAMS’

1 - 30 June

Abbey Muse Art Gallery, Abbey Mews Arcade, 56

- 58 High Street, GLASTONBURY. Monday -

Saturday 11am - 4pm. 07919 427048.

“Acrylic,

watercolour and mixed media work, exploring

the elements of sun, sea, sky and sand.”

STEPHEN STOKES: ‘BEAUTY - PERFECTION’

27 May - 24 June

ACE Arts, Market Place, SOMERTON, TA117NB

Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm. 01458

273008 /

www.acearts.co.uk.

“Sculpture of

complex and intricate forms in wood, exploring

the unique attributes of trees in the local

landscape.

ALDERHOLT ART CLUB

29 May - 3 June

Fordingbridge Town Hall, 63 High Street,

FORDINGBRIDGE, SP6 1AS. 9am - 5pm. 07799

528148 / 01425 650458.

“A varied and

colourful display of our work over the last year

in a variety of media and over a range of

subjects.”

‘ALTERNATIVE REALITIES’

27 May - 11 June

Garden Flat Gallery, 48 Great Pulteney Street,

BATH, BA2 4DP. 12noon - 4pm. 07983 465789 /

www.kitglaisyer.com.

“Painting, sculpture,

installation and video art evoke utopian or

mystical visions of subjective alternative

realities. Artists include Kit Glaisyer, Ellie Preston

(above), Jon Adam, Paul Newman, Kate

Genevieve, and Dan Bendel.”

RICK KIRBY

2 - 24 June

Bath Contemporary, 35 Gay Street, BATH, BA1

2NT. Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm. 01225

461230.

“Figurative sculpture of welded steel

conveying a calm air of graceful watchfulness

and serene monumentality.”

Above: ‘Soaring Sprit’