Category: Outreach venues

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. […]

Chroma, 8 September – 17 October 2020

Chroma, 8 September – 17 October 2020

Vibrant glass abstract panels by Allan Punton. Allan, who’s specialised in hand-cut coloured glass contemporary artwork for 20 years, will be showcasing 12 panels of abstract glass landscapes that celebrate colour and its ability to create in differing combinations different responses from the viewer.  The shape and size of the Rotunda will amplify the richness […]

Mysterious Adventures, 1 February – 15 March 2020

Well-known Bridport-based painter David Brooke has an intriguing exhibition of acrylic paintings entitled Mysterious Adventures. His distinctive paintings evoke mythology and folk tales, but they are not based on particular stories and thus allow viewers themselves to imagine their own narratives, to create their own sense of mystery and adventure.

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