Future Exhibitions

Ilminster Open Exhibition

The Arts Centre Meeting House, East Street, Ilminster, Somerset, TA19 0AN.

Tues 12th July - Friday 5th August 2022. 9.30a.m. to 3.00p.m. daily.

Fen is exhibiting two of her new sculptures (one figure & one abstract) alongside a wealth of other great artists from the South West: paintings, drawings, ceramics, sculpture and textiles.
The aim of the exhibition is to celebrate the creative talent of established and emerging artists living and working in the South West.

  • Free parking at the front of the venue.
  • Refreshments available at Gallery cafe - 'Annie's Cakery Bakery'.
  • Toilets on site.
  • Free Entry.

For more information, including directions please visit https://www.themeetinghouse.org.uk or call the Box Office 01460 54973.

Sherborne Open Art Exhibition 2022.

The Digby Hall, Hound Street, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 3AA

Saturday 23rd to Sunday 31st July 2022. 10a.m. to 5p.m. daily. (2p.m. on 31st).

Sherborne Open Exhibition celebrates the wealth and variety of professional and amateur local visual artists. Held annually since 1931, one of the finest open exhibitions in the South West Region.
Fen has been selected to exhibit her abstract piece 'Souls Reunion'.
Over 400 exhibits are for sale.

  • Free Admission..
  • Disabled Access.
  • Pay and Display parking beside the hall.

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens Gallery
Joint exhibition of Sculpture & Paintings.

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens Gallery, Jermyns Lane, Ampfield, Romsey, Hants, SO51 0QA.

15th - 24th July 2022.
10.00a.m. to 5.00p.m. daily (closing 3pm Sunday 24th).

Work by four National and International selling artists unite in their love of nature.
Showing Fen D'Lucie's representational and abstract bronze sculptures and Sally Pinhey's delicately accurate plants and landscapes.
Phillip Goble conveys fleeting energy and joy in his bird observations and landscapes, while the Somerset countryside provides the inspiration for Martin Rumary's detailed artworks.

  • Free parking.
  • Refreshments available at cafe.
  • Free Entry to exhibition.

Note: There is a charge for entry to Sir Harold Hillier Gardens - see Hampshire County Council website for up-to-date details HERE

Directions: See directions and map here