Dialogues Concerning the Land: Beverley Rouwen & Douglas Reeve

Image Credit: Beverley Rouwen

Bridport Arts Centre

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Saturday 06 January 2018 – Saturday 27 January 2018
Opening Hours: Tues-Sat, 10am - 4pm
Booking recommended
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Painter Beverley Rouwen and ceramicist Douglas Reeve have collaborated to produce a 3D celebration of Britain’s landscape. Beverley’s uplifting and sharp responses to familiar scenes are heightened by Douglas’s collections of flowing forms and bold colours. The work reflects a continuous dialogue in their creative process.

The exhibition includes the latest works in Beverley Rouwen’s established Tree series re-imagining English woodlands. A second series exploring Kent’s hop gardens is complemented by recent interpretations of Dorset’s glorious vistas.

This collection of linked media opens new possibilities for artistic discourse. For more information: www.beverleyrouwen.co.uk and www.douglasreeve.com

Don't miss the chance to meet the artists and hear about their practice and influences at the Artists Talk Event, Free admission. There will also be a special talk from Alasdair, owner at local venue The Pursuit of Hoppiness. Click here for more information: http://www.vasw.org.uk/events/craft-beer-tasting-gallery-talk.php

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