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‘Ashmore – A Village Study’ 28 September 2013

‘Ashmore – A Village Study’

An exhibition of photographic work, based on site-specific research,
by recent AUB Fine Art graduate and DVA artist Dunja Wood.

 

Following the chance discovery of an old photograph, taken in

1907 and featuring the village children posing on the frozen village

pond at Ashmore, Dunja decided to use this beautiful Dorset

village as a vehicle for her university art project.

The …

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DRAWING: THE VISUAL EXPRESSION OF THOUGHT ‘SECOND THOUGHTS’ 25 September 2013

DRAWING: THE VISUAL EXPRESSION OF THOUGHT ‘SECOND THOUGHTS’

DRAWING: THE VISUAL EXPRESSION OF THOUGHT ‘SECOND THOUGHTS’

Several of the artists involed in this exhibition are Dorset Visual Art Members, and have participated in previous Dorset Art Weeks (DAW) and DVA events.

David Brooke, curator of the exhibtion and Dorset Visual Arts Member will be giving talks on the exhibtion for people wanting to know more about it and the artists involved, these …

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Sturminster Newton Chapel celebrates its first art show 23 September 2013

Sturminster Newton Chapel celebrates its first art show

The weekend of 21 September sees the inaugural art exhibition at a converted chapel in Sturminster Newton, with a show by three talented Dorset artists. The Workhouse Chapel was opened last year as a studio and art space, following renovation.  The three artists - Billie Willcocks, Colin Gosden and Mike Jackson - chose this as the ideal space to showcase new works.  The two painters and one …

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