Exhibitions

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.

Cirencester Arts SocietyCirencester Arts Society

7 September – 1 October

An eclectic exhibition showcasing works from the Cirencester Arts Society. Members use a variety of media and subject areas are diverse. Visitors are invited to view a wide range of work by artists in watercolours, oils, pastels, acrylics and mixed media.

Cirencester Arts Society has over 50 members who have a shared interest in creating art, developing skills and showcasing their work in exhibitions around the local area.

Free Admission. All work for sale

 

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Affordable Art

Cotswold Arts Club Exhibition

5 October – 29 October

An exhibition of affordable art by local artists. The Cotswold Art Club was founded in 1931 and gives support and encouragement to artist’s working in the Cotswolds. Its primary role is to provide local artists with the opportunity to exhibit and sell their works. Based in Cheltenham it arranges an annual programme including artist’s demonstrations, workshops, en plein air painting and exhibitions.

This exhibition will present a varied selection of original work in watercolours, oils, pastels, acrylics and mixed media. All work is by club members and is available to purchase and take away. The club always welcomes new members. www.cotswoldartclub.com

Free admission. All work for sale

 

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Autumn Insects

Mini Exhibition by Cath Hodsman

16 October – 30 October 

This art exhibition celebrates the fascinating anatomy, diversity, colour, shape, form and importance of insects in the autumn. Cath pays homage to these amazing mini-beasts by painting and sketching them using a scale that enables all to appreciate their beauty that is normally hidden from view. Stunning work for sale.

Included in admission. Art work for sale

 

Found, Fired and Fabulous Exhibition

Found Fired and Fabulous

Mixed Craft exhibition

2 November – 26 November

Found objects, fired glass and ceramics become unique, colourful and delicate creations in a fabulous exhibition by five local artists. Marion Mitchell translates watercolour into fantastic ceramic sculptures and bowls. Amanda Moriarty’s utilises dynamic colour to create unique kiln-fired glass. Tara Davidson’s new ‘Poetry in Porcelain’ and rusty gold-edged bowls are inspired by her life and firing processes. Hannah Mathison’s reclaimed metal and wood sculptures transport you to a world of inspiration and creativity. Gourd and Horse presents a range of functional handcrafted stoneware including yarn bowls, orchid pots and tableware.

Perfect gifts for Christmas.

Admission free. All work for sale

 

Derek Taylor

Landscapes and Seascapes

Mini Exhibition by Derek Taylor

2 November – 2 December

A collection of artwork featuring watercolour and acrylic paintings. From ships on vivid blue seas to tranquil countryside and woodland scenes. Derek Taylor is an artist from Malmesbury whose love of colour has inspired his varied and interesting work.

Included in admission. Art work for sale

 

Animal Magnetism

Animal Magnetism

Exhibition by Anita Saunders

30 November – 7 January

Anita Saunders is a figurative artist, printmaker and illustrator taking inspiration from the stunning rural setting of the Cotswolds in the UK. Growing up surrounded by the natural beauty of the Cotswolds; the people, animals and plants of her childhood delighted and fascinated her.

This exhibition shares Anita’s love and admiration for the natural world, expressed through a variety of media: paintings, textiles and print making. Beautiful artworks and furnishings for the country home. Perfect gifts for Christmas.

Free admission. All art works for sale

 

Mark Masters

Forms

Exhibition by Mark Masters

11 January – 4 February

My work concerns itself with the physical act of walking in the landscape. Roots dug from the soil, twigs, broken wood, dead plants and flowers all fall under the artist’s eye and take on a life of their own. Part machine, part organism, armatures and cogs, rusted or shiny metal surfaces, thorns and blades all interconnect to create a hybrid abstraction of a perceived reality.

Mark secured a 1st Class Honours Degree from Kent Institute of Art and Design. A former college lecturer and programme leader working in F.E. colleges, he now works as a Professional Fitness Instructor and Freelance Artist.

Free admission. All art works for sale