Galleries - January/February 2019

16 GALLERIES JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 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 Ham TAUNTON BRIDGWATER STREET WELLS SALISBURY SHERBORNE YEOVIL HONITON CREDITON BIDEFORD BARNSTAPLE OKEHAMPTON TAVISTOCK TOTNES LYME REGIS DORCHESTER WEYMOUTH BOURNEMOUTH POOLE C WESTON-SUPER-MARE CLEVEDON BRADFORD ON AVON TORQUAY BRIDPORT SWANSEA BLANDFORD LANGPORT SHEPTON MALLET MODBURY CHANGFORD MORCOMBELAKE BRAUNTON SWANAG BRUTON WAREHAM BATH BRISTOL PLYMOUTH EXETER e d f c b a DARTINGTON DEVON a THELMA HULBERT GALLERY Elmfield House, Dowell St, Honiton, Devon EX14 1LX South West Academy: Exhibition. Jan 12–Feb 9. 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. OnPaper: Exhibition. Feb 23–May 18. An Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition showcasing the work of acclaimed 20th century and contemporary artists exploring how they have used paper as the focus of their work. Tue–Sat 10–5, free admn t 01404 45006 I thelmahulbertgallery t @ThelmaHulbert f ThelmaHulbertGallery DORSET b THE GALLERY AT 41 41 East St, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5EE Gallery closed in Jan/Feb. Thu–Sun 11–4 & by appt t 01929 480095 f TheGalleryat41 c SLADERS YARD West Bay, Bridport, Dorset DT6 4EL After Eighties. Until Jan 20. Fred Cuming RA, Robin Rae, Alfred Stockham RWA and Richard Batterham pottery. Anthony Garratt and David West: Tidal. From Jan 26. Anthony Garratt new paintings and David West gilded wood carvings. Petter Southall furniture. Contemporary Art, Furniture and Craft Gallery. Mon–Sat 10–4.30, Sun & BHols 12–4.30 t 01308 459511 I sladersyard t @SladersYard f SladersYard d TOWN MILL GALLERIES Mill Lane, Lyme Regis, Dorset DT7 3PU Two galleries, Malthouse and Courtyard, in a converted mill complex offering exhibitions to emerging and established artists. Winter Sale. Until Jan 23. Woodroffe School. Jan 26–Feb 3. Focussed. Jan 5–Feb 3. Mon–Sun 10.30–4.30, free admn I townmillarts t @tmaglymeregis SOMERSET e ATKINSON GALLERY Millfield School, Street, Somerset BA16 0YD MA & Other Postgraduates. Feb 25–Mar 23. A must-see contemporary collection of some of the very best talent in the field of Fine Art from the top MA and other Postgraduate programmes across the UK. Sculpture Park open – please contact us before visiting. Mon–Sat 9.30–5 t 01458 444322 t @GalleryAtkinson f atkinsongallery BRISTOL f R E BUCHELI FINE ART FINE FRAMES Albion House, 12A Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2HL MAP 9 UK WEST COUNTRY & BRISTOL Born and raised in Mid Wales, Barry Davies was fascinated by nature from an early age, observing the many variant leaf shapes or the complex mechanisms which connected a rabbit's muscle to the bone. This didn't lead to conventional studies in art school – the drawings he then made from memory of the things he'd been looking at so carefully had probably already impelled him past this process – but took him a rather more unconventional route, via precision engineering and then traditional cabinet making à la Thomas Chippendale. The sculpture he made to embellish these pieces then led him to a degree in Renaissance sculpture, and ultimately to the remarkable anatomical studies of animals – horses, lions et al that make up his latest show at M oMA Machynlleth – a kind of Modern Baroque. NU THUMB nail Barry Davies ‘Anatomical Study of the Horse’