Art Events for August 2016

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of August, submitted by the ArtWeb community:

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Event: Ways of Seeing

ArtWeb member Teresa Gordon is showing her works at this mixed exhibition.

Dates July 9 – Sept 30, 2016
Cost Free
Location Velvet Easel Gallery | Potobello High Street, Edinburgh, EH15
Website www.velveteasel.co.uk

 

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Event: Amersham Arts Festival 2016

Come to view and buy a wide range of art from local artists at this lovely exhibition. Among them ArtWeb member Nathalie Pymm.

Dates July 30 – Aug 7, 2016
Cost Free
Location Amersham Town Council | Flint Barn Court, Church St, Amersham, HP7 0DB
Website www.nathaliepymm.com

 

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Event: The Capability Brown Experience

ArtWeb member Teresa Gordon is showing her works at this mixed exhibition.

Dates July 10 – Aug 28, 2016
Cost Free
Location Milton Abbey | Milton Abbas, Dorchester
Website www.capabilitybrownatmiltonabbey.org

 

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Event: Everyone

An open exhibition by ArtWeb member Nathan Sharp.

Dates July 9-Sep 28, 2016
Cost Free
Location  Derby Museums | The Strand, Derby, DE1 1BS
Website http://www.nathansharpart.com/

 

july 2016 art events

Event: The Spotlight Exhibition

The gallery displays a variety of two dimensional artworks throughout the year.

BArts (Broxbourne Arts Forum) also holds frequent exhibitions of members’ work here. Each exhibition runs for approximately six weeks and most pieces are for sale.

Dates July 18-Aug 26, 2016
Cost Free
Location The Spotlight | High Street, Broxbourne, EN11 8BE
Website http://annastyrc.artweb.com/

 

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