Plymouth Society of Artists open at the Penwith Gallery

Sep 14, 2015

Following nearly a year in the planning the Plymouth Society has broken from its usual exhibiting pattern. Moving out of the city and looking to the far south west, the group has accepted the invitation and mounted a month-long show in the Penwith Gallery. This has been timed to coincide with the Penwith Society’s autumn exhibition and the long-established St Ives September Festival.


Academicians’ Summer Exhibition: Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery

Sep 8, 2015

In a return to the exhibiting opportunity of earlier years the South West Academy of Fine and Applied Arts is showing in the recently modernised visual arts gallery at RAMM, Exeter. The exhibition includes work from forty of the Academy’s artists with a wide range of 21st Century styles and genres using traditional and experimental media represented. The applied arts of photography and print are seen alongside paintings in oils, acrylics and other contemporary media.


Affordable August at Penwith Gallery

Sep 7, 2015

Penwith Gallery's 'Affordable August' exhibition closes and is considered to have been a great success. All works in the show were donated by the Penwith Society members and the proceeds will go towards further maintenance and improvement to the historic gallery complex in Back Road West.


Summer Exhibitions in the Penwith Gallery: June - July 2015

Jul 6, 2015

The Main Gallery is showing a new selection of work from the members this month. The entry was larger than usual and gave the selectors something of a challenge in mounting a show that maintained the fine balance of fair representation from the submission and upholding the Society’s norms of standard.


Plymouth Society of Artists at Artmill: 27th June - 25th July 2015

Jul 1, 2015

Now in the seventh year of an annual showing at Plymouth’s Artmill Gallery the Society has had superb representation from the gallery owner Isabell Pierson over the period. Artmill is far more spacious than a street view would suggest and displays are to be found in three distinct areas with an additional walled sculpture garden to the rear of the complex.