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CONNECTED BY NATURE AT LUNARIA DRAWING, INSTALLATION, PRINTMAKING


Lucy Auge: Etchings exploring the ancient Japanese calendar of 72 micro- seasons. Lucy’s work has been created at Dan Pearson and Huw Morgan’s garden in Somerset throughout the year. lucyauge.co.uk


Deborah Bain: Installations using flowers, foliage and natural materials. Deborah takes commissions for site specific pieces. Lunaria sells special plants and contemporary pots for indoors. lunariasomerset.com


Vivien Booth: Detailed pen and ink drawings inspired by rural Somerset's rivers and landscapes. Instagram: thehippyandthematador


5 Coombe Street, Bruton, BA10 0EP 07834 705044 • hello@lunariasomerset.com


GOOD OFFSITE


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Directions: Coombe Street starts just off Bruton High Street, opposite the library. Car parks opposite on Higher Backway or park on High Street for 2 hours. Opening times: 11am - 5pm


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AT THE CHAPEL CERAMICS, POTTERY


New work by four Somerset potters, Kevin de Choisy, Kim Birchall, Philip Wood and Richard Pomeroy.


At The Chapel, 28 High Street, Bruton, BA10 0AE 07850 238239 richardpomeroy100@gmail.com atthechapel.co.uk


Directions: At The Chapel is a brasserie, restaurant and hotel in the middle of the High Street. Street parking and car parks available in the town.


Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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ONSITE somersetartworks.org.uk


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