Liminal spaces explored at Lyme Town Mill

Blue Ammonite by Celia Goodman for Edge.

Blue Ammonite by Celia Goodman for Edge. - Credit: Archant

Exhibition showcases 2D and 3D works entitled Edge

From Friday (August 31) until September 12, visitors to Lyme Town Mill’s Courtyard Gallery can enjoy the latest group art exhibition in a fascinating 2D and 3D showcase entitled Edge.

Four artists - glass artists Celia Goodman and Kathy Collins, potter Martin Collins and watercolourist Jasper Jacob - have been inspired by the liminal spaces in landscapes and seascapes where water meets land and desert, where field and forest meet sky.

They have joined forces to demonstrate how each of them has been enthused by the colour, light, shape, contours, weather and atmosphere where the elements meet.

Meanwhile, from August 31 until September 3, to celebrate the nationwide Big Draw event, the Malthouse Gallery will be turned into a space where visitors of all ages can themselves experiment with different forms of drawing.

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The Town Mill art galleries are open daily from 10.30am to 4.30pm, admission is free and further details can be found on

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