An exhibition which explores how two celebrated 20th century artists were deeply moved by their sense of place has opened at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids, Pembrokeshire. Continue reading Works by legendary Australian artist on public display for the first time at Oriel y Parc, St Davids
A major exhibition at National Museum Cardiff celebrating the work of one of Britain’s most renowned abstract artists, Gillian Ayres. This is the largest exhibition of Ayres’s work ever seen in the UK, opening on Saturday 8 April. It tells the untold story of the influence of Wales on her life and work.
As part of The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art’s South West Showcase, artist Oliver Sutherland will present a solo exhibition of moving image artworks situated within real-time simulations, opening with a free public launch from 5pm until 7pm on Wednesday 11 January 2017. Booking is not required and the free launch is open to all.
Artists of the South West Academy will bring together a new body of work focusing on paintings, photographs, prints and ceramics in an inspiring winter exhibition at THG (Thelma Hulbert Gallery).
Present Makers 2016 is a vibrant selling exhibition presenting a new selection of craft makers whose work highlights the skill and diversity of craft across the South West region, and it’s on at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG).
An exhibition of three-dimensional artwork that challenges visitors to rethink events in our shared history is to be launched by The National Museum of the Royal Navy’s (NMRN) artist in residence Helen Snell.
Chinese and Scandinavian artists, Xiaoguang Qiao and Karen Bit Vejle, will stage an exhibition of papercut art at the invitation of the Jersey Arts Trust.
With at least one work inspired by Barbara Hepworth (as revealed by a sneaky peak at her Facebook page) abstract artist Liz Cleves exhibition The Nature of Colour is at The Woodhayes Gallery, Honiton, Devon.
An innovative art exhibition celebrating one of North Devon’s most important industries opens on 11th June until 30th July 2016 at White Moose in Barnstaple.
Pine Feroda was formed two and a half years ago, when North Devon artist Merlyn Chesterman brought a group of printmakers together for an experimental workshop.
Without soil there would be no life. Healthy soils are not only essential for the production of our food, timber and fibres but are a vital part of our global eco-system, filtering our water and acting as a carbon sink to reduce the impact of climate change. That’s why the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW) commissioned 13 artists to explore it for the United Nations International Year of Soils 2015.
A new installation at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) by artist Rod Dickson combines live data from www.legislation.gov.uk with a Victorian police truncheon from RAMM’s collection.
Deep Roots presents a series of works by six of the most established international artists who have engaged with soils over many years.
Hélène Cixous first coined the term ‘écriture féminine’ in her essay, “The Laugh of the Medusa” (1975), where she asserts “woman must write her self: must write about women and bring women to writing, from which they have been driven away as violently as from their bodies”.
‘Lost Alice’, the new collection from surrealist artist Peter Smith celebrating 150 years of Alice in Wonderland, will launch at Castle Fine Art, Exeter today.
Dan Lane, a.k.a. Mechanica, an assemblage artist who uses pieces of machinery to create spectacular sculptures, will be showcasing his works at an Exeter gallery next month.
Visitors to a new exhibition opening at The Lowry next month will be able to interact with works of art by internationally renowned artists – including a tantalising pyramid of 5,800 oranges.
In commemoration of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, Arundel Castle in West Sussex is to host a small exhibition exploring the role that the charter has played throughout its history.
The Broadchurch exhibition in West Bay is in the final stages. The Jurassic Art Trail around West Bay harbour was installed earlier this week.
Paul Carter’s practice investigates aspects of the built environment and architectural structure through sculptural assemblage and immersive installation.