18 GALLERIES JANUARY 2018 A 3 8 A 3 8 6 A 3 0 A 3 8 6 A 3 7 7 A 3 6 1 A 3 0 A 3 0 A 3 9 A 3 6 A350 M 4 M 5 M 5 Dev no Somerset Dorset Wiltshire Hampsh TAUNTON BRIDGWATER STREET WELLS SALISBURY SHERBORNE YEOVIL HONITON CREDITON DEFORD BARNSTAPLE EHAMPTON TAVISTOCK TOTNES LYME REGIS DORCHESTER WEYMOUTH BOURNEMOUTH POOLE CHRISTC WESTON-SUPER-MARE CLEVEDON BRADFORD ON AVON TORQUAY BRIDPORT SWANSEA BLANDFORD BEER SHEPTON MALLET TOPSHAM MODBURY CHANGFORD MORCOMBELAKE BRAUNTON SWANAGE BRUTON WAREHAM BATH BRISTOL YMOUTH EXETER e g d h j f i a DARTINGTON A DEVON ? THE ART ROOM Specialising in painting and sculpture by major artists working in theSW of England. Exhibition services and online sales. Contact Deborah Wood. t 07718 480604 a THE BROWNSTON GALLERY 36 Church Street, Modbury, South Hams, Devon PL210QR Mon–Sat 10–5, clo Wed at 1 t 01548 831338 f The-Brownston-Gallery b THELMA HULBERT GALLERY Elmfield House, Dowell Street, Honiton, Devon EX14 1LX South West Academy: Winter Exhibition. Jan 13–Feb 24. An exhibition of a new body of work by members of the South West Academy of Fine and Applied Arts, including established names such as Alan Cotton. Tue–Sat 10–5, free admn t 01404 45006 t @ThelmaHulbert f ThelmaHulbertGallery EXETER c ROYAL ALBERT MEMORIAL MUSEUM & ART GALLERY Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3RX Dartmoor: A Wild and Wondrous Region. Until Apr 1. Seen through generations of artists’ eyes, including Turner and Palmer. George Shaw: My Back to Nature. Jan 27–Apr 8. Almost 50 new works inspired by the National Gallery’s collection. Local Art Show 2017. Until Jan 17. DoubleElephant Print Workshop. Exeter’s Fine Art: Modern. Until Apr 29. Including Brian Rice, Barbara Hepworth and Patrick Heron. Tue–Sun 10–5, clo Mon & bhols t 01392265858 t @RAMMuseum f RAMMuseum DORSET d ARTWAVE WEST Morcombelake, Dorset DT6 6DY Impressive Contemporary Art Gallery exhibiting artists including Amy Albright, Suchi Chidambaram, Heather Duncan, Martin Goold, Jeannette Hayes, Edward Kelly, Kathy Little, Louise McClary, Elisa McLeod, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Paul Denham and Susan Laughton. Onsitecar park and Art Academy. Tue–Sat 10–5 t 01297 489746 t @artwavewest f ArtwaveWest e THE GALLERY AT 41 41East Street, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5EE Gallery specialising in the work of some of the finest M 5 HONITON EXETER c b A MAP 10 UK WEST COUNTRY George Shaw is known for paintings of suburban scenes but in his most recent touring exhibition, ‘My Back to Nature’, he turns his attention to the natural world, particularly theway the woodlands aretransformed from contact with contemporary human visitors. In this series, tree trunks are graffitied and crumpled magazinepages arestrewn at their roots. Shaw’s experience as theNational Gallery artist in residence (since 2014) has informed the themes of religion, cultureclash and classical stories which appear in these works. He continues to use his signature Humbrol enamel paint, usually used to colour model trains and aeroplanes, which he used in his Turner Prize-nominated ‘The Sly and Unseen Day’ paintings.This exhibition of some 50 new works is at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery. Frances Allitt THUMB nail George Shaw ‘The Rude Screen’