Impressionist art and pot-making pathways in Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 17:00 10 July 2017

Pot by Eddie Daughton

Pot by Eddie Daughton

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A new exhibition in Lyme Regis will feature the work of a potter and a painter.

Painting by Malcolm GiladjianPainting by Malcolm Giladjian

Painter Malcolm Giladjian returns to the Town Mill this week for his third exhibition, and for the second time he will be sharing the Courtyard Gallery with master potter Eddie Daughton.

Their exhibition, called simply Pots and Paints, runs at the Courtyard Gallery from Friday, July 14 to Wednesday, July 26.

This year, Malcolm has moved on to bigger paintings using his impressionist art in a new and vibrant style, with colour, movement, light and reflection still playing a big part in his work.

Eddie’s unique blend of traditional and modern pot-making explores the pathways that ancient potters might have followed if they had had modern techniques and materials available to them like glazes, colour and high temperatures.

Pots and Paints is open daily from 10.30-4.30, admission is free and more details can be found on www.townmillarts.co.uk


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