‘Together We Are Stronger’ is a project to record stories of isolation, bravery, and kindness during lockdown to reconnect generations and foster a sense of community (during the Covid-19 pandemic) via digital storytelling.
« This exhibition is displayed in a set of old printer’s letterpress drawers, with the drawers’ tiny compartments providing a stimulus for the exhibiting artists. Inspired by the restrictions many of us have experienced due to Covid-19, more than 200 artists, from around the globe, have produced work for the show, resulting in over 1000 pieces of miniature artworks. »
« Yeovil Art Space is delighted to support bringing Window Wanderland to Yeovil between 15 and 28 February. Working with volunteers, artists, creatives, neighbourhoods, organisations and local businesses, together we will create a festival of colour and light that illuminate the town for two weeks in the darkest months. Anyone can join in either as a WANDERER or a WINDOWMAKER. »
A collective reflection by 63 Somerset artists during lockdown.
« In times of crisis, artists have always sought to use their unique methods and visual language to articulate, document and interpret experience. The artworks resulting from this project can be viewed as a time-capsule in which feelings and experiences are captured and preserved, but also as a way to allow anyone to share the same events. »
Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury, 19 September – 21 November 2020
« As a group of artists and creative people, it is important that we carry on using these skills during this difficult time by sharing our creativity.(…) Each member creates new work responding to the theme ‘Solidarity & Kindness’. Each member also invites another UK based artist to take part. »
Yeovil Art Space, Yeovil
Saturday 19th – October 31st 2020
Visiting hours: Wed Fri Sat 10-4, until 31 Oct.
« Fifty bees #4 »
« In a new show at Black Swan Arts in Frome, Somerset artist Lydia Needle has sculpted fifty British bees in wool and stitch, and fifty other artists have created responses to each bee. »
8 February – 14 March, 2020 Black Swan Arts, Frome
« This year marks the Silver Anniversary of Somerset Art Weeks with the first event in 1994 featuring 160 venues with artists, art groups, organisations and one-off exhibitions taking part. It’s now the largest visual arts event in the county. Art Weeks has evolved since 1994 with the essence of art at the heart of Somerset, investing in the arts community and enriching lives.«
21 Sept- 6 Oct 2019
We make things gallery, Yeovil
And all somerset
Monday – Saturday 9.30pm – 4.30pm
« Indicators »
« The exhibition features new works by artists and guests from Yeovil Creatives. Come to celebrate things that we treasure and join our drop-in workshop with the artists. »
18 October – 16 November 2019 11 Vicarage Walk, Quedam,Yeovil
Open Fridays & Saturday, 11am – 5pm Drop in workshop every Saturday at 11am-2pm)
« Plastic word »
A series of monthly exhibition takes place at The Hub, showcasing work by Yeovil Creatives members, ranging from paintings, prints, drawings and mixed media.
For this exhibition and for this special and committed place, I choose to show the “Plastic world” acrylic set, realised this year in my studio in Eastville Project Space, very close to the HUB. These paintings, like often in my works, decrypts matter of ecology, pollution and environment. Bottles city, plastic body, underground views and net in the sea putting in spotlights my areas of concern.