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THE ENGLISH WOMAN’S FLORA MIXED MEDIA, INSTALLATION


Part celebration and part lament for what is and increasingly isn’t to be found on the land she calls home, Fiona Hingston’s new body of work includes more than 200 wildflowers made from masking tape and graphite based on The Observer Book of Wild Flowers, a popular pocket book from the ‘60s. Preview: Fri 6 Sept, 6 - 8pm. Meet the artist: Thurs 26 Sept, 11am - 3pm. Supported by SAW’s Artist Development Programme.


Black Swan Arts, 2 Bridge Street, Frome, BA11 1BB 01373 473980 • office@blackswanarts.org.ukblackswanarts.org.uk


Directions: Situated opposite Frome Museum, on the corner of Bridge Street and Justice Lane, ‘off Market Place’ in Frome (B3090). Opening times: 10am - 4pm


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LUCIA HARLEY: THE NORNS - WORK IN PROGRESS PERFORMANCE, SCULPTURE


A collection of recent ideas; including sculpture, sound and action. Themes intertwine and collide between time-travel, taxonomy and Brazil. ‘Norn: to twine’. Twining the thread of fate. Past, present, future. Part of the research and development phase of Lucia’s new project, supported by the Project Development Bursary from SAW’s Artist Development Programme (see page 46).


Selwood Studio, Baker Street, Frome, BA11 3EP


lucia.harley8@gmail.com • luciaharleyworks.portfoliobox.net Directions: Turn down Baker Street on the corner of 1 Selwood Road, Frome. Take first right through stone wall entrance and walk diagonally across small car park to studio door.


Opening times: Saturday and Sunday 11am - 5pm, Thursday 11am - 3pm SS M T W T FS S M T W T FS S


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CLAYMAKERS CERAMICS, POTTERY, SCULPTURE, STONECARVING


Kobi & Teal presents a dynamic collection of new ceramics from some of the UK's most notable makers. The exhibition explores the exciting use of clay in contemporary art, craft and design. Visitors will be delighted by the creativity on show, encompassing form, finish and function. Not to be missed.


Kobi & Teal, 57 Catherine Street, Frome, BA11 1DA 07737 367419 • hello@kobiandteal.co.ukkobiandteal.co.uk


Directions: Located within the centre of Frome at the top of Catherine Hill with limited free hour parking spaces opposite the venue. Opening times: 10am - 5pm (Thursday 26 September 11am - 3pm)


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LUCINDA ROGERS AT SETTLERS STORES DRAWING, PAINTING, TEXTILES, FASHION


Textile and fashion designers, Settlers Stores, are delighted to host an edit of Lucinda Rogers’ Industrious show, drawings of workplaces from Frome, New York and London - the artist and illustrator’s distinctive style capturing the industry that is the creative heart of the town.


5 Cheap Street, Frome, BA11 1BN 01373 455044 • hello@settlersstores.co.uksettlersstores.co.uk


Directions: Access from the pedestrian Cheap Street, the show will be on two floors. Wheelchair access to the ground floor. Opening times: 10am - 5pm


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