THE Old Schoolhouse at Tincleton near Dorchester hosts a mixed exhibition of paintings, sculptures and prints by gallery regulars for autumn, plus work by four guest artists. The show at the Tincleton Gallery runs to 5th January 2024.
The range of subjects and media is wide – there are landscape etchings by Devon artist Mary Gillett, visionary oil paintings by newcomer Consuelo Child-Villiers, and nautical themes from printmaker Colin Moore and Kim Pragnell, who draws in charcoal, deftly contrasting the curvature of the boats with the linearity of the yard architecture.
Hill forts – a familiar landscape feature in Dorset – enter by way of landscape monoprints from Bristol-based Ruth Ander. The Hampshire artist Philippa Headley shows impressionistic landscape oils.
London-based artist Alison Wear shows rake ceramics, Sarah Moore exhibits stonework and there is fine metal, glass and stone sculptures by Berkshire-based Johannes von Stumm.
Imogen Bittner has some new textile pieces as well as beautiful abstract landscapes by London-based guest artist Chloe Fremantle and paintings by local guest artist Sarah Batt.
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Pictured: Everyday’s Journey by Mary Gillett, and The Old Boatyard, Cremyll Cornwall, by Kim Pragnell.