To welcome the season, Lyme Bay Arts is hosting a special month-long showcase of artwork created by over 60 artists and designers from the Southwest who have been inspired by the theme of Autumn. Including drawings, paintings, furniture, textiles, jewellery and ceramics, the Autumn Open will offer visitors a rich harvest of affordable art to […]
Lyme Bay Arts will be showcasing the popular medium of watercolour in recent work created by members and guest artists.
Annie Ward’s abstract paintings are inspired by and delve into historical narratives and half-remembered recollections, based on her own drawings of Dorset field margins which she interweaves with details gleaned from historic maps and contemporary satellite photographs.
Contemporary photography For this, the first photographic exhibition in the new Lyme Bay Arts Gallery, Lois Wakeman and Tricia Scott invite you to admire the surprising patterns revealed, and imagine the scenes suggested by random brushstrokes, corrosion and sanding revealed while boats are out of water.
Part of Bridport Open Studios Bringing together for the first time recent work of artist-members of Lyme Bay Arts and celebrating its first participation in Bridport Open Studios, the popular local arts festival.
A feast of 3D art created by some of the Southwest’s most talented sculptors, ceramicists and textile artists on show at the region’s newest art gallery.
Lyme Bay Arts CIC officially launches its new exhibition space, The Gallery, Symondsbury, on 10th August with Terra Incognita, a showcase of recent paintings by Andy Rollo, a lecturer in art and design at Yeovil College.
This special exhibition is being hosted at the new home of Lyme Bay Arts CIC, a group made up of local artists which organises showcases and events around the region. In this one, a wide diversity of subjects, creative processes and styles will be on display: the only key requirement being that all the artwork […]
The team behind Lyme Bay Arts has always been keen to promote the region’s printmakers. Whether from large initiatives like Double Elephant in Exeter or smaller groups like Container Arts in Watchet, the Southwest’s printmakers produce some of the UK’s finest work. It was therefore easy to decide to launch the new exhibition space with […]