Corinium Museum Temporary Exhibitions

The Corinium Museum strives to encourage access for all to its nationally important collections. Access to the museum collections is provided through the permanent displays within the museum, plus an extensive education and outreach programme. Further access is achieved through a diverse and imaginative temporary exhibitions programme.

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Still Life with Black Birds

An exhibition with linocuts by Richard Kenton Webb and short stories by Joanne Reardon Lloyd

20th September – 19the October

Artist and printmaker Richard Kenton Webb of Cirencester in Gloucestershire has joined forces with writer Joanne Reardon Lloyd to create an exhibition of linocuts and stories at the Corinium Museum, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Visitors are invited to piece together a detective story by matching image and text. Richard has just returned from Tasmania where he was exploring the colour yellow as Artist in Resident at LARQ. Two of his works from this time will also be on show. Still Life with Black Birds is on at the Corinium Museum from 20 Sept to 18 Oct. Richard and Joanne will be in the gallery from 2-3pm on Saturday 20 Sept, followed by a talk in the lecture room from 3-4pm. Richard will also give a talk and demonstrate the art of linocutting on Thursday 16 Oct, 7-8pm. Visit  www.richardkentonwebb.com and www.rkwprints.com for more information about Richard.

Free admission


Handmade from Clay

Handmade from Clay

Tara Davidson, Sue Simmons, Victoria Underwood, Marion Mitchell

25 October  – 23 November

This eclectic exhibition features an exciting selection of beautiful handmade ceramics by four very different local artists using clay in uniquely creative ways. Tara Davidson produces lace-inspired, functional porcelain. Sue Simmons makes quirky cats with extraordinary poised tails, perfect for any cat lover. Victoria Underwood creates wonderful, sculptural vessels with an unusual twist and the seashore inspires Marion Mitchell’s statuettes & often abstract sculptures. This selling exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to explore craft created locally and buy a piece of original art and craft in time for Christmas.

Free Admission. All work for sale.


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In the Winter Sun

Amanda Anderson

29 November – 4 January

Bringing a kaleidoscope of colour to mid-winter Amanda Anderson’s mosaic menagerie of birds and other creatures have a bright, rich and seductive quality, as well as a subtle humour.

Amanda Anderson is a West Midlands based mosaic maker who originally studied sculpture at Liverpool School of Art working in mixed media. She uses stained glass in vibrant colours, jewel like millefiori and patterned ceramic pieces intricately cut to represent feathers, scales and fur. Her other influences include, Gaudi, Mexican folk art, embroidery and Asian textiles, Eastern European paper cuts, children’s book illustration and traditional tales.

Free Admission. All work for sale