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Arborealists: The Art of the Tree Exhibition at St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery


New Street, Lymington, SO41 9BH ‐ 01590 676969 www.stbarbe‐museum.org.uk 23rd April ‐ 4th June


contemporary arsts including one shortlisted for a Turner Prize and two Royal Academicians. It was a crical success and subsequently toured to the Gerald Moore Gallery, South London.


Annie Ovenden: Lightning Bolt


Trees have tradionally provided a wonderful muse for arsts, their diverse form, character and colour inspiring Gainsborough and Constable amongst others. Most recently, trees, woods and forests have inspired a naonal group of arsts to exhibit together and promote the theme of trees in contemporary art. In 2013 the exhibion, ‘Under the Greenwood’ at St Barbe, featured 32


Many of the original group of arsts, under the guidance of curator and arst Tim Craven, became the Arborealists. Since then, they have been invited to exhibit in many venues, including The Royal West of England Academy in Bristol and the Naonal Trust’s Mosfont Abbey in Romsey.


Three years later, the Arborealists are returning to St Barbe, their point of origin, with an exhibion featuring newwork by 36 arsts. Again united by their love of trees, the new exhibion includes oil on canvas, watercolours, wood engraving and etchings on leaves.


Wladyslaw Mirecki: Lane Road, Wakes Colne 40 info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


Among those exhibing are Jemma Appleby, Mary Anne Aytoun‐Ellis, Jo Barry, Guillaume Brandy, Francis Dalscaer, Tim Craven, Michelle Dovey, Dan Hays,


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Jo Barry RE : Those Boughs that Shook Against the Cold


Ffiona Lewis, Fiona McIntyre, Wladslaw Mirecki, Michael Porter, Howard Phipps and Celia de Serra. This is a selling exhibion.


For opening mes and admission prices, please


visit our website: www.stbarbe‐museum.org.uk


Simon Dorrell An Elder in Winter www.lymingtondirectory.co.uk


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