Galleries - June 2018

20 GALLERIES JUNE 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 Hamps TAUNTON BRIDGWATER STREET WELLS SALISBURY SHERBORNE YEOVIL HONITON CREDITON IDEFORD BARNSTAPLE KEHAMPTON TAVISTOCK TOTNES LYME REGIS DORCHESTER WEYMOUTH BOURNEMOUTH POOLE CHRIST WESTON-SUPER-MARE CLEVEDON BRADFORD ON AVON TORQUAY BRIDPORT SWANSEA BLANDFORD BEER SHEPTON MALLET TOPSHAM MODBURY CHANGFORD MORCOMBELAKE BRAUNTON SWANAGE BRUTON WAREHAM BATH BRISTOL LYMOUTH EXETER e g d h f c b a DARTINGTON DEVON a THE BROWNSTON GALLERY 36 Church Street, Modbury, South Hams, Devon PL21 0QR Jerry Browning: Evolution. Jun 8–30. New collection of Abstract Expressionist paintings. t 01548 831338 I brownston–gallery f The-Brownston-Gallery b THELMA HULBERT GALLERY Elmfield House, Dowell Street, Honiton, Devon EX14 1LX THG Open2018. Jun 2–Aug 25. Celebrating the rich and varied talent of artists living in the South West. Art AuctionExhibition. Until Jun 8. Art Auction. At 7. On Jun 8. Tue–Sat 10–5, free admn t 01404 45006 I thelmahulbertgallery t @ThelmaHulbert f ThelmaHulbertGallery DORSET c THE GALLERY AT 41 41 East Street, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5EE Arts Festival Exhibition: Life in Motion. Until Jun 10. Showing Dorset painters Richard Price ROI, David Atkins, Felicity House PS, Rob Adams, Judy Tate, Vicky Finding, Edward Vine, Roger Dell Seddon and Angela Holland, and sculptors Moira Purver SWA, Sue Lansbury and Laura Pentreath. Summer Exhibition: Infinite Variety. Jun 30–Sep 8. Dorset painters and sculptors exhibit work in a range of mediums. see website for hours t 01929 480095 f TheGalleryat41 d SLADERS YARD West Bay, Bridport, Dorset DT6 4EL SimonQuadrat NEAC PPRWA: Odd Man Out. New paintings. Until Jul 1. Vanessa Gardiner: Sea Cliffs. New paintings. Until Jul 1. Petter Southall furniture. Contemporary British Art, Furniture and Craft. Mon–Sat 10–4.30, Sun & BHols 12–4.30 t 01308 459511 I sladersyard t @SladersYard f SladersYard MAP 10 UK WEST COUNTRY Irish painter PádraigMac Miadhacháin’s artistic journey was, by any standards, a remarkable one. Born in 1929 he had enjoyed a solid academic trainingat Irish art schools of the late 1940s, become apprenticed to the great Irish Romantic painter Seán Keatingand looked all set for a solid career as a figurative painter there. A chance invitation in 1953 from a friend to spend the summer workingand paintingin Swanage changed all that however. Landscape, colour and light quickly got to him as did the work of such St Ives’ painters as Hilton, Wallis, Nicholson and Scott, and he never looked back. He revelled in the rich variety of Modernist paths now open to him, as this major retrospective exhibition of paintings spanning six decades (he died in 2017) at B elgrave St Ives, joyously confirms. NU THUMB nail P ádraig Mac Miadhacháin ‘The Harbour’ Sally Moore ‘Once in a Blue Moon’ Tegfryn Gallery (see listing on map 5)