Category: Outreach venues

A Lifetime of Different Identities, 14th June-24th July 2022

A Lifetime of Different Identities, 14th June-24th July 2022

– the careers of Karol Kulik Over the past 50 years, American-born, Lyme Regis resident Karol Kulik has had five different careers, working as a film historian, a trade fair organiser, an academic archaeologist, a painter and currently an art exhibition curator and publicist.  (In the latter role, she has been an invaluable friend of […]

Waterline 2022, 26th April-12th June

Waterline 2022, 26th April-12th June

Contemporary abstract photography Images by Tricia Scott (ARPS) and Lois Wakeman (LRPS), featuring the weathered and textured surfaces of boat hulls. Lose yourself in imaginary scenes of peeling paint and worn wood. Tricia and Lois discovered they share an uncannily similar view of the world soon after they first met in 2010. Lois says “We […]

Every Breath We Take, 8 March-24 April 2022

Every Breath We Take, 8 March-24 April 2022

The next art exhibition in Lyme Regis Museum’s Rotunda Gallery runs from 8 March until 24 April and is Dorset artist Christine Allison’s tribute to the planet’s most important and too often undervalued resource: trees.   As Christine says, “Now more than ever we need to take notice of the trees we have around us. These […]

An Artist’s Journey, 19th January – 6 March 2022

An Artist’s Journey, 19th January – 6 March 2022

Paintings by Dianne Mary Alice … a professional artist who came to be living by the sea in Dorset via West London and the French canals. She started taking art classes after retiring from a career in fashion, textiles and garden design. An Artist’s Journey is her first solo exhibition, and it runs from 19 […]

Big Skies, Distant Views, 8 December 2021 – 16 January 2022

Big Skies, Distant Views, 8 December 2021 – 16 January 2022

Steve Manning is an Exeter-based printmaker working out of an attic studio that commands fine vistas of clouds and sky.   The landscapes of Dorset and Devon have understandably become the subject of much of his work, including this exhibition, Big Skies, Distant Views, one of the series of Lyme Bay Arts exhibitions at the Rotunda Gallery […]

Where the Mist Rises, 27th October – 5th December 2021

Where the Mist Rises, 27th October – 5th December 2021

Abstract paintings by Annie Ward. Based on Lyme Bay Artist Annie Ward’s research into satellite photographs and historic maps of the Dorset coastline, these abstract works explore the changeable spaces where the land meets the sea. Annie begins with detailed drawings on canvas that she scrubs over with layers of paint allowing shapes to be […]

Fossils, Fish and Feathers – 14th September-24th October 2021

Fossils, Fish and Feathers – 14th September-24th October 2021

Fossils, Fish and Feathers is the title of the watercolour exhibition of recent work by Lyme Bay Artist Trisha Hayman, which will be on show at the Rotunda Gallery of the Lyme Regis Museum from 14th September until 24th October.  Trisha’s artwork features some of nature’s less considered and expendable specimens – some beautiful, some […]

Family Geology – 4th August-12th September 2021

Family Geology – 4th August-12th September 2021

Homage to Lost Ancestors From 4th August until 12th September, the Rotunda Gallery in the Lyme Regis Museum will be hosting one artist’s fascinating exploration of her ancestry in Family Geology: Stratification of Sarah. Jan Edwards is a paper and book artist, a member of Lyme Bay Arts, whose Victorian ancestors were farmers who worked […]

Lyme Light – 22nd June-1st August 2021

Lyme Light – 22nd June-1st August 2021

From 22nd June until 1st August, the Rotunda Gallery in the Lyme Regis Museum will be hosting Lyme Light, a solo exhibition of paintings and drawings by artist Pauline Sayers, a member of Lyme Bay Arts. Subtitled ‘Where Sea Meets Sky’, this exhibition of paintings represents, in Pauline’s words, “my past year observing the ever-changing […]

Telling Tales! – 19th May-19th June 2021

Telling Tales! – 19th May-19th June 2021

Come and see ‘About a Bee’, Or fish for Ivor in the sea!Then sing along in seaside rhyme, And learn how seagulls spend their time! Carolyn King Pictures, words and whimsy created by author and illustrator Carolyn King for her children’s books About a Bee, Along Came a Seagull and The Fish Lizard of Lyme. […]

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