Kids driving you crazy – as Christmas draws ever closer?
I know the perfect place to indulge your ‘little monsters’ and have a bit of fun yourself.
Postponed by the pandemic, Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery presents Myths and Monster – linking the worlds of literature, art and myth with some of the best – and worst – imaginary creatures.
Here’s manager Jon Benington to tell us more – and give a rundown of what’s on the gallery agenda NEXT year. PS. Don’t forget, if you are a Discovery Card holder – you get in FREE.
More info via http://www.victoriagal.org.uk/events/myths-and-monsters
Running alongside the main exhibition – but very much tied into the same theme – is Bronwyn Williams-Ellis: Mythical Beasts Past and Present.
These lively and colourful beasts are painted onto ceramic dishes and are the work of a Bath-based artist who has always drawn, painted and had an interest from an early age in using clay.
Bronwyn says a visit to the Alhambra Palace in Span fired an interest in drawing on surface-decorated ceramics.
A very different tradition to making pots.