There are 7 artists that make up this group in our small village. We’ve come together again to show our latest work in this autumn exhibition. Please come along and browse our art work with a mulled wine or cuppa in your hand. There is ‘something for everyone’.
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November
10am – 5pm, in Shipham Village Hall.
Continues until Sunday 3rd October
I’m exhibiting at the Arts Quarter in Cheddar, with its wonderful shop,
artist studios and gallery space.
Exhibition by Tina Dodd & Lindy Paul
18th Oct. – 7th Nov.
Thursday – Sunday 10.30am – 4.30pm
Old Town Quarry, South Road, Weston-s-Mare, Bs23 2LU
Meet Tina in the café gallery on Thursday 31st October and both Lindy and Tina on Sunday 3rd November.
We are very pleased with how the exhibition looks as there is plenty of space on the gallery walls for our work to ‘breathe’. We have curated a show that exhibits our individual responses to the landscape. As well as my usual graphite drawings I am showing a series of monotypes, from my visits to a printmaking studio in Bawdrip over the past year or so, and a series of vibrant pastel paintings inspired by my love of Dartmoor.
Lindy has a slightly more abstract approach to her atmospheric landscapes, some of which are a metre square in size and so are much larger in scale than my work. Other landscapes are smaller and more ethereal.
18th May – 29th June @ Victoria Art Gallery (Nr Pultney Bridge, Bath) 10.30am – 5pm every day
Two of my latest monotypes have been selected for the 114th Annual Open Exhibition. With such a variety of work on display it is well worth a visit.
The Gallery says, ” This highly popular exhibition showcases the best of the region’s artistic talent and is a must for art lovers and collectors alike, with all works for sale. The Society was founded in 1904 with 26 members. It has grown over the years to a membership of around 120 diverse, talented artists. Many distinguished 20th-century painters have exhibited with the Society including Walter Sickert, Patrick Heron, Mary Fedden and Howard Hodgkin.
The annual exhibition is also open to non-members and attracts up to 1,000 entries, with sales doubling in the last few years. The prizes on offer total more than £3,000 During the exhibition members of the public can vote for their favourite artwork; the winner receiving the Public Choice Prize.”
The Friends exhibition at the Royal West of England Academy ends on Sunday 12th May
I am delighted that all four of my entries were selected and if you find yourself in Bristol over the next few days then this exhibition is well worth a visit.
The show has been described as a ‘triumph’ and ‘as good as the Open’ – with the selectors admitting they were ‘amazed’ at the quality of the works submitted.
Over 340 works were entered, whittled down on selection day to a show of 181 works by 94 artists – covering painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture and even an architectural drawing that comes complete with its own 3-D viewing glasses.
The show runs until 12 May in the Cube and Link galleries. Entry is free and all works are for sale – and at very affordable prices.
Bank Holiday weekend 4th – 6th May
Come and see my new work at Hannah More Cottage as part of the Cheddar Arts trail. I have recently been enjoying printmaking and there will be monotypes of the local landscape on show alongside my latest graphite drawings.
I share the space with Lindy Paul’s paintings and ceramics by Emma Lomas and we will be serving tea, coffee and cake. We look forward to welcoming you to our venue.
‘She Didn’t Wave’
I was delighted to have been asked to produce an illustration for the cover of a book by Ian Mercer who has spent many years searching for the truth about his family’s past. The story begins in 1920 when Ian’s mother was left at an orphanage at the age of 7 ….
Both Ian and myself are extremely pleased with the artwork and how it hints at the story behind the title. A fascinating, true story of love and war.
@ Banwell Fire Station, 3rd – 12th May 2019
11am – 5pm daily
Visit Banwell’s fire station where you will find both memorabilia and artwork under the same roof. Students of my weekly art classes in Shipham and Bleadon will be showcasing their achievements by taking part in the North Somerset Arts Week biennial event. The trustees of this historic building have kindly let us take over for ten days, when we will be serving tea and coffee to help raise funds for the station.