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Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), January 15, 2010 | Go to article overview

Art Diary


COVENTRY The Herbert, Jordan Well, Coventry city centre: More Than Two Tones exhibition celebrating Coventry's musical history, until February 7. Animated Adventures featuring Wallace and Gromit, until Sunday. 024 7683 2386.

WARWICKSHIRE Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, The Parade, Leamington: Permanent collection. 01926 742700.

Museum & Art Gallery, Riversley Park, Nuneaton: Abstract Elements From Nature - photographs of the natural world by Nuneaton-based John Robert Longcroft-Neal, until January 31. Midland Potters' Association exhibition, until February 28. 024 7635 0720. Our White Room art gallery, Churchside Arcade, Rugby: Displays of ceramics, paintings, textiles and jewellery by Warwickshire artists. 07838 139412 Rugby Art Gallery, Little Elborow Street, Rugby: Passion2Print - Rugby exhibition of printworks co-commissioned by the gallery and Leicester Print Workshop to mark the start of the gallery's 10th anniversary celebrations, until March 7. 01788 533201.

The Old Forge Art Gallery, Main Street, Stretton-Under-Fosse, near Rugby: Works by Jill York, who does commissions for paintings of family pets, plus works by artists including Terry Hartshorn and Malcolm Parnell. 01788 832240.

The White Room Gallery, Regent Street, Leamington: Tom Lewis second solo show at the gallery of new paintings and prints, until January 31. …

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