Autumn Exhibition

Jo Taylor - Oil on canvas and mixed media. Bronze by Sarah Coward.

Images of Horses - The Autumn Exhibition at Pythouse Barn.  Showing works by Jo Taylor, Ian Cook, Lin Jammet, Ronald Searle and more...

Jo Taylor - Paintings and prints ---- Ian Cook RI RSW - Oils and Gouaches
Jane Bush – Collage on paper and perspex ---- Lin Jammet – Silkscreen prints
Ronald Searle - Hunting Lithographs ---- Dave Thomas - Photography
Sarah Coward - Bronze Sculpture
Joanna Jacobs - Photography
 

Pythouse Barns were last on the world stage in November 1830, the scene of the most notorious of the Swing Riots. Now they have re-emerged from obscurity to stage Art of Illustration's regular Exhibitions. We are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty near Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Directions: Pythouse Barn lies between Semley and Tisbury. Postcode is SP3 6PA. From Semley, follow the sign to Pythouse, Newtown. Go past Pythouse on the hill on your left, under a bridge, over a crossroads with a half-timbered house on the Right. Go on another 50 yards and Pythouse barns are on the left - you see the gable-end of a stone barn overlooking the road. There is a Royal Mail postbox in the driveway. From Tisbury: Take the road to Newtown, Semley, passing Tisbury Church on your left. About half a mile beyond Newtown, Pythouse barns are on the Right, shortly after a sign for Pythouse Farm.

We stage regular exhibitions at Pythouse Barn... The previous Autumn show featured new work by Peter Blake, Jane Bush, Quentin Blake and Johnny Bull...

Rider IV - Oil on canvas board by Ian Cook

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