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Peter Symonds
Totem, 2016
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Peter Symonds: Flotsam and Jetsam

  Flotsam and Jetsam by Peter Symonds is a show of questioning. It asks us some fundamental questions about the nature of painting, the role of spatial depth and illusion, alongside the parameters of its production – stretcher, canvas, edge, […]

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The inexhaustible middle

Exhibition featuring the work of Clare Rojas and a musical performance by the artist under the guise of Peggy Honeywell.

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Simon Whetham sound installation
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Ropewalkers

A rich show curated by Simon Lee Dicker with artists Jo Ball, Andy Parker and Simon Whetham

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Ascensionist Descending the Terrace Steps
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Dick Whall’s Return Exhibition

  If ‘Art is personality’ as Lin Yutang suggests in his book the Importance of Living then the work by Dick Whall hanging in the Rumbelow Gallery, Great Yarmouth is an example of a multi layered personality accessed easily from […]

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Kath Littler with box wood cut
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FIVE-WAYS Autumn Collection 2016

A fresh mix of artists of complimentary styles returns for the fifth showing in Monmouth from sculpture, to fresco, wood engraving (don’t miss the browsers!) to small, evocative landscapes and abstracted forms.

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One, The Side-ness of In Out, 2015, by Selma Parlour
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John Moore’s Painting Prize 2016

As the most recognised painting prize in the UK since its inception in 1957, the John Moores Painting Prize acts as a review of contemporary painting, presenting a survey of dominant themes explored by the medium.

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‘The passing clouds of an Irish day infiltrate French night, establishing a link between two moments of time and place, illustrating the fragility of chance and the subjective nature of reality’

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Amelia Crouch

an exhibition of screenprints, digital films, and wall-based text works by artist Amelia Crouch.

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Beyond Seven Mountains

Perpetuating Myths Once upon a time, beyond seven mountains, beyond seven forests, a black swan came to the town of Corby. The swan was nearly four metres high and looked out on to the boating lake in Thoroughsale Wood. The […]

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