3D2D Contemporary and Drop Me a Line

It has just been pointed out to me that when I posted the invitation to the 3D2D Contemporary Art Exhibition at the Ilminster Arts Centre Gallery, I said it was organised by SCAN: Somerset Contemporary Artists’ Network. Correction: it was Caroline Mornement, publisher and artist, who was invited to curate this exhibition by and for the Ilminster Gallery. She did a great job, and the exhibition has been highly acclaimed. If I hadn’t been so busy talking to all the many people who attended the Private View I might have taken some photos to post here, but I didn’t, so you will just have to go! It’s on this weekend and until 18th April, so still plenty of time.

While you are in that area you might also like to visit an exhibition in Honiton at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery. I haven’t been yet, but it looks very exciting from the Private View card:

drop me a line invite

It is the work of Louise Baker and Michael Fairfax, and a great many other artists they invited to submit as well. You are going to be hearing quite a bit about Michael Fairfax on this blog in the following months as he will be creating a sound sculpture here at the Dove. Stay tuned.

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