A multi-disciplinary exhibition by members of Interface Arts, inspired by gardens around County Durham and including painting, textiles and ceramics, plus glass panels by artist and teacher Erica Jones. With affiliations to galleries and organisations across the Durham area, Interface Arts is a network of artists that presents a wide range of regular regional exhibitions.
Until 22 December 2018, Arts Centre Washington, Biddick Lane, Fatfield, Washington, NE38 8AB.

Art bar Bristol No.3, curator talk with Will Huntor
In this event organised by Artbarbristol, We The Curious‘s creative producer Will Huntor will expand on the organisation’s collaborative multi-disciplinary programming which aims to make “science accessible to all”. With curiosity as a starting point for enquiry, We The Curious expands on the relationship between art and science, producing a range of welcoming exhibitions and events at its premises next to Bristol Harbour.
Tuesday 27 November, Renato’s, 33 King Street, Bristol, BS1 4DS.

Evidence That Something Happened: Studies From Wood
Thomas Lumley creates singular pieces of charcoal to make intricate “delicate and muscular” observations of trees, inspired by the poetic notion of a handful of carbon being “all that will remain of most of us in the long run”. To make his drawing implements he burns willow twigs in airless conditions and his process draws on various cultural references, such as burned wood that is smeared on faces of the Saddhus, in the feast of Kumbh Mela.
Until 9 December 2018, The Muse Gallery | Studio, 269 Portobello Rd, London, W11 1LR.

From Dungeness to ‘Dover Beach’
An exhibition of an ongoing series of paintings by Kent-based artist Helen Gillilan, inspired by the coastal headland of Dungeness and Matthew Arnold’s poem Dover Beach. Based at her Ocean View Studio on the headland of Kent, which opened to the public in April 2017, Gillilan draws from changing light and the landscape of her surroundings to produce oil and mixed-media paintings.
Until 30 November 2018, Ocean View Studio, Dungeness Road, Kent, TN29 9NE.

A Little Painting Show
Self-described as a ‘little exhibition of little paintings by some artists from Liverpool and some from other places’, this show features work by 15 artists. Taking place at Arena Studios and Gallery in Liverpool, exhibitors include Arena-based artists Josie Jenkins and Anna Ketskemety. The exhibition’s private view is on Wednesday 28 November from 6pm.
27 November – 14 December 2018, Arena Studios and Gallery, 1st Floor, 27 Parliament Street, Liverpool, L8 5RN.

All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members

1. Erica Jones, Fossil Ferns, fused glass panel
2. We The Curious, poster image for Art bar Bristol No.3, 2018
3. Thomas Lumley, charcoal drawing
4. Helen Gillilan, From Dungeness to ‘Dover Beach’, exhibition poster, 2018
5. A Little Painting Show, Liverpool

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