Sunday, 19 May 2013


It can be inconvenient to work Sundays sometimes - today I missed the private viewing of Paul Young's exhibition of contemporary English slipware at Brook Street Pottery. However, the work will be there until 3rd July, so I've got plenty of time to have a look. Also at Brook Street Pottery is an exhibition of stained glass art by Daniella Wilson-Dunne. Her wildlife panels look stunningly good, and it'll be interesting to get a closer look at them.

Meanwhile, Salem Chapel Gallery is being opened up for the first time since Geoff died - in fact, some of the pictures from the last exhibition held there are still there. The artists don't seem to have ever come back to pick them up.
For the Festival, Richard Greatrex is putting an exhibition on there, based on Owen Sheers' novel Resistance.

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