In addition to WAC, there are plenty of other art events taking place across the city. An Art Map has been produced which can be found on WAC’s website or from participating locations around Wells:
Human Nature until 25 November, The Bishop’s Palace & Gardens.
A stunning new sculpture trail of 10 artworks in the gardens of the palace. Curated by Gallery Pangolin, the leading fine art foundry in Europe.
As Above, So Below
6-22 October, Wells Cathedral. WAC has commissioned an immersive Sound Sculpture. The exhibition plays on light
(in the Chapter House) and dark (in the Undercroft) using interconnected sound systems that are affected by light changes and people’s movement.
…As Within So Without Wednesday 10 & 17, Saturday 13 & 20 at Wells Market, 14 October at Wells Food Festival.
Artist Zsofia Szucs continues the Sound Sculpture theme with Sound Jars. Having made field recordings of the city, each jar plays different sounds when opened. Zsofia has a stall in Wells Market on dates above.
Paen by Eleanor Bartlett
6-31 October, South Cloister, Wells Cathedral.
Art exhibition of wax sculptures by the notable artist, celebrating effort and endurance.
6 – 22 October,Wells & Mendip Museum. An exhibition from 10 members of the Somerset Guild of Craftsmen, including workshops. Two specialist makers will also be exhibiting: Debbie Kolombos and Dickon O’Hagan.
Landscapes by Dion Salvador Lloyd 3–19 October, Andelli Art. An exhibition by the contemporary British painter, known predominantly for his landscapes (pictured above).
Komorebi - the filtered light 13 - 28 October, Heritage Courtyard Gallery. An exhibition of specially curated work by Somerset textile artist Liz Clay and guest artist Miho Kanda from Japan.