An exhibition of contemporary sculptural ceramics by Siamak Foroutan, Eugene Chung, Eric Moss, Jo Lee, Adele Howitt (artwork pictured above), Alison Proctor, Colin Jowitt, Ben Arnup and Penny Hayes. The group show also includes landscape-orientated prints by Sarah Du Feu and drawings by Brisbane Taylor, who employs tight control in her work to explore interplay between opposing processes and materials.
Until 10 March 2019, Sunny Bank Mills Gallery, 83-85 Town Street, Farsley, LS28 5UJ.

Residency 2019 – winter group show
A group exhibition by current artists-in-residence at Muse Gallery in London: Daisy Cowley, Yuichiro Kikuma and Yambe Tam. While Cowley’s work explores ways to bring digital processes into the physical world, Yuichiro pushes at his ‘semi-automatic’ painting method to blur opposing elements such as illusion and materiality, or abstraction and representation. Tam’s work meanwhile employs ancient materials with contemporary processes – CNC machining and lazer cutting – to produce sculptures and wall-mounted work.
Until 27 January 2019, The Muse Gallery, 269 Portobello Road, London, W11 1LR.

Sites Unseen: paintings of Hull’s hidden and unseen urban routes
An exhibition by Hull-based artist Chrissy Collinson, displaying a series of paintings that look to distil the city’s hidden and unseen urban routes. Intent on discovering the ‘picturesque of the everyday’, Collinson has titled this set of paintings The Tenfoot Series, as each composition studies a different location particular to Hull’s 10-foot wide residential passageways, which provide access to garages. On Saturday 19 January there is an opportunity to meet the artist in the gallery, from 2pm onwards.
12 January – 3 March 2019, Gallery One, The Ropewalk, Maltkiln Road, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5JT.

Colour Snap
A group exhibition ‘exploring the endless ways in which colour shapes our world’, with installation, moving image, painting and textile works by Rhys Coren, Jacob Dahlgren, Anna Mac, Anna Ray and Liz West. The show encourages physical and personal responses to the phenomenon, which is viewed by the artists as a ‘place’ to discover emotional value. Each artwork focuses on the intimate encounter visitors can have with colour, as it is presented in a variety of raw and playful forms.
Art and Design Gallery, University of Hertfordshire College Lane Campus, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9AB.

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

1. Adele Howitt, Blue Seed Pod, ceramic
2. Daisy Cowley, Greenhouse 4, graphite, watercolour and wax on gessoed wood, 70cm x 50cm
3. Chrissy Collinson, Barricade, oil on board, 15cm x 20cm
4. Liz West, Autumn Lights, 2016, installation series (plywood, aluminum, acrylic, polyester film)

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