Art to see at the end of October

Yves Dana: Robert Bowman Modern will be hosting its second solo show of the work of Yves Dana. The exhibition includes bronzes and limestone sculptures, and is composed of entirely new work. 27 Oct to 31 Jan. Robert Bowman Modern, 34 Duke Street St James’s, London, SW1Y.

Gold: Power and Allure. The Goldsmiths’ Company exhibits 4500 years of gold treasures from across Britain. 27 Oct. Goldsmiths’ Hall, London EC2.

Untethered: Camilla Jackson. Jenny Blyth Fine Art presents new paintings and drawings by Camilla Jackson in her first solo exhibition. 24 Oct to 29. The Gallery in Cork Street, 28 Cork Street, London, W1S.

The Titanic Honour and Glory Exhibition: Ludlow Assembly Rooms. The exhibition features rare and previously unseen artefacts from the Titanic’s passengers and crew. 28 Oct to 11 Dec. 1 Mill Street, Ludlow, Shropshire.

The Scottish Colourist Series: Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell. The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art launches its first annual series of exhibitions devoted to the Scottish Colourists. 22 Oct to 18 Mar. 73 Belford Road, Edinburgh.

William Morris: Story Memory Myth
. Two Temple Place opens to the public for the first time and presents an exhibition inspired by the architecture of the building itself. It will explore how the concepts of storytelling and decoration came together in the work of William Morris. 27 Oct to 29 Jan. Two Temple Place, London, WC2R.

Holding The Line: Sim Fine Art’s Annual Wartime Art Exhibtion
. Featuring unseen work by two of the Second World War’s most talented women artists, Evelyn Dunbar and Eleanor Erlund Hudson. 24 Oct to 30. The Gallery, 54 Shepherd Market, W1J.

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Wessex Landscapes: Highgate Contemporary Art. A group of artists united by living and working in that part of South West England. Each artist interprets their own place but with a shared intention to convey the passion they feel for their piece of England. 26 Oct to 12 Nov. 26 Highgate High Street, London, N6.

The Doddiscombsleigh Art Show: Work of 50 leading artists from the South West are exhibited at Doddiscombsleigh Primary School which undergoes a massive transformation every 2 years to turn the school into an art gallery. 28 Oct to 30., Exeter, EX6 7PR.

Colour and Substance: Poussin Gallery. An unusual group show without a theme, Poussin Gallery brings together a number of artists who they believe that the look and feel of their work would be complementary and would work well together. 26 Oct to 19 Nov. 175 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1.

Christopher Riisager: The Summerleaze Gallery presents an exhibition of new paintings, collages, and sculpture by Christopher Riisager. Focusing on costal and other landscapes, and for the first time a major group of collages representing a significant breakthrough in his work. 25 Oct to 5 Nov. East Knoyle, Salisbury, Wiltshire.

Entangled In The Amber Glow Of A Weary Woven World: Keith Tyson. David Risley Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of four new works by Keith Tyson. 22 Oct to 26 Nov. Bredgade 65a, st. th. 1250, Copenhagen.

Handmade In Britain: Book Launch and Exhibition. A beautiful book, Handmade In Britain, is to be launched this month as part of an exhibition of work by contemporary British designer-makers. At the show will be Emily-Kirste Wilcox work, a professional ceramicist, who has exhibited her ceramics throughout the world. 27 Oct to 30. Chelsea Old Town Hall, Kings Road, London, SW3.

Cadence and Discord: Jon Thompson. Anthony Reynolds Gallery exhibits Jon Thompson’s latest abstract and minimal works with a focus on form and colour. 28 Oct to 3 Dec. Anthony Reynolds Gallery, 60 Great Marlborough Street, London, W1F.

Keith Vaughan: An Exhibition of Gouaches, Drawings and Prints
. The exhibition brings together a remarkable collection of works by Keith Vaughan, many of which have not been seen before and have come from a private collection. 20 Oct to 12 Nov. Osborne Samuel Gallery, 23A Bruton Street, London, W1J.

Building the Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture 1915-1935
, at the RA, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1 from 29 Oct 2011 to 22 Jan 2012;

James Lynch: New Paintings at Jonathan Cooper, Park Walk Gallery, London SW10 from 27 Oct – 12 Nov. 0207 351 0410

The Natural Eye: Society of Wildlife Artists A mixture of painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking. From 27 October until 6 November at Mall Galleries, The Mall, London, SW1.

Philip Blacker Bronzes – Back to Nature. The exhibition at the Tryon Gallery will feature his signature equestrian statues as well as an eclectic mix of animal portrayals. 18 Oct to 28 Oct. 7 Bury Street, London, SW1Y. 020 7839 8083.

John Maddison: New Work. Showing his latest works including a series of interiors of Wimpole. 22 Oct to 5 Nov. Half Moon Street, Sherborne, Dorset.

Man’s Best Friend – A celebration of canine art over three centuries, TheBritish Sporting Art Trust in collaboration with James Harvey British Art, at the Vestey Gallery, 99 High Street, Newmarket to coincide with Crufts, to Oct 31.

Katharine Holmes – Capturing the Weather – recent paintings which capture the Northern landscape, predominantly round the artist’s native Yorkshire Dales. At Linton Court Gallery, Duke Street, Settle, North Yorks until 27 Oct. 01729 824497

Images of Power – 50 original cartoons spanning the history of cartooning over 3 centuries: Tenniel and David Low to Ronald Searle and Peter Brookes, from the Jeffrey Archer Political Cartoon Collection, at Monnow Valley Arts, Middle Hunt House, Walterstone, Herefordshire until 30 Oct.

Peter Fluck Mobiles
Annual outdoor sculpture exhibition at Kestle Barton, near Helston, an ancient Cornish farmstead above the Helford River which has been turned into a centre for the arts. The old barns have been converted, the farmland restored and managed organically and a new garden created by James Alexander-Sinclair. Peter Fluck (of Spitting Image fame) constructs kinetic outdoor sculptures from aluminium, steel and composite materials, which spin and swoop on windy days and gleam on still ones. Until 30 October.

The 2011 exhibition of outdoor sculpture. A wide range of sculptures, from figurative to abstract, will be on show this summer in the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden, which was designed by award winning landscape architect Anthony Paul. Works in a variety of media, such as marble, metals, wire and wood, glass and fibre glass, can be seen by 51 artists, including Peter Randall-Page, Paul Vanstone and Emily Young. Until 31 October

British Film Costumes – award winning costumes from films such as The King’s Speech; Sense and Sensibility; Hamlet; Shakespeare in Love and The Duchess, on show at the Rheged Centre, Penrith until 30 Oct.

The Horse and the Heath – fascinating look behind the scenes of training horses on the Heath through photographs, archive material and paintings by Wootton, Sealy, Tillemans and Munnings, at The National Horseracing Museum, 99 High Street, Newmarket until 31 Oct.

Once Upon a Wartime: Classic War Stories for Children
at the Imperial War Museum, London SE1 from 11 Feb to 30 Oct. 020 7416 5000

Baillie Scott and Voysey, looking beyond their architecture to their interiors and furnishings, including textiles, metalwork and furniture, as well as architectural plans and archive material. At Blackwell, Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria until 30 Oct. 01539 446139. (See review in Country Life Aug 31)

Marilyn – Hollywood Icon, at The American Museum in Britain, which is celebrating its half-century this year, Claverton Manor, Bath, until 30 Oct.

Andy Warhol: 10 Great Jews of the Twentieth Century, at Waddesdon Manor, near Aylesbury, Bucks to 31 Oct.

Oil paintings by David Fowles depicting the Shropshire countryside and the River Severn – a selling exhibition at the Weston Park Granary Art Gallery, Weston-under-Lizard, near Shifnal, Shropshire until 31 Oct.

Anish Kapoor: Mountain – installed in the Aviary at Waddesdon Manor, near Aylesbury, Bucks until 31 Oct.

Henry Moore: Plasters – in the Sheep Field Barn Gallery, plus more than 25 monumental outdoor sculptures, large-scale tapestries, restored studios and artist’s house, at The Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Herts until 30 Oct.

Garden Benches. A Contemporary Exploration – 20 artist craftsmen have been asked to design and create benches for gardens in wood, stone and metal or combining one or more elements in innovative ways. At Monnow Valley Arts, Middle Hunt House, Walterstone, Hereford to 30 Oct. 01873 860529

ALL IS NOT LOST – a collection of artworks from emerging and established female artists, including Zoe Brown, Rebecca Glover, Rachael House, Manu Luksch, Olivia Jane Ransley, Martina Schmücker, Rosalie Schweiker, Jessica Voorsanger and Kate Yoland. From 21 September until 23 October at CGP London, Cafe Gallery, Centre of Southwark Park, London, SE16 2UA.

Conflux: A Union of the Sacred and the Anonymous – the largest exhibition to date of the work of figurative sculptor Sean Henry, whose figures will be positioned among and alongside Salisbury Cathedral’s medieval and Classical sculpture. Until 30 Oct.

Two States – two new pieces of work by sculptor Antony Gormley unveiled in the Terrace Gallery at Harewood House, Yorkshire and on show until 30 Oct. A short film will accompany the exhibition.

A Brush with the East
– 13 paintings by the Birmingham-based artist Richard McGowan in response to Sheng Mou’s Mountainous Landscape of c.1330-62, one of the Barber Institute’s relatively few non-Western works of art. At the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham until 30 Oct.

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2011 – exhibition of selected works by the 60 artists short-listed for the prize, at JVA at Jerwood Space, Southwark, London SE1 to 30 Oct.

Eleanor Fein – Magical Landscapes, new paintings at Bohun Gallery, 15 Reading Road, Henley-on-Thames from 11-29 Oct.

Two and a Half Dimensions
An exhibition exploring works which fall in between the categories of wall painting and sculpture, including artists such as Anthony Caro, Harry Thubron, Tina Jenkins and Richard Clegg. From 21 September until 29 October at Pangolin London, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N19AG.

Stephen Walter – The Island: London Series. For their first exhibition of contemporary art at the 17th century Fenton House, and to mark the Affordable Art Fair’s launch in Hampstead, the National Trust, in association with TAG Fine Arts, is installing a series of maps by renowned artist Stephen Walter. His maps of London combine personal insights, local knowledge and research, bringing together stories, legends, histories and stereotypes in a celebration of place. Each of Walter’s drawings is another world, full of fine detail, created through the self-enforced processes of re-representation and repetition. At Fenton House, Hampstead Grove, Hampstead, London NW3 until 30th October 2011.

A Feeling of Lightness – Naomi Press retrospective
, at Bermondsey Project Space, 46 Willow Walk, London SE1 from 7 to 30 Oct. 020 7323 6963

F C B Cadell, a small exhibition to accompany the one at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, at The Scottish Gallery, 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh from 5 Oct to 2 Nov.

Paintings by Kate Downie and Pat Douthwaite, silver mist works by Takahiro Kondo and jewellery by Kamilla Ruberg, all at The Scottish Gallery, 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh from 5 Oct to 2 Nov.

Watercolour Show – a selection of works by Welsh artists including Gareth Thomas, Naomi Tydeman, Jan Gregson, Karen Pearce and Bryan Whitfield- at Pure Art, 6 Vanguard House, Milford Marina, Milford Haven until 29 Oct.

Warhol: Bardot
– rarely seen portraits by Warhol of Brigitte Bardot at Gagosian Gallery, 17-19 Davies Street, London W1 until 12 Nov.

Zebedee Jones – abstract canvases at Agnew’s Gallery, 35 Albemarle Street, London W1 from 12 Oct to 4 Nov.

Darrell Viner: Early Work, at the Sculpture Study Galleries, Henry Moore Institute, The Headrow, Leeds until 30 Oct.

David Breuer-Weil’s Visitor II
has made its mark on Chatsworth in this year’s Beyond Limits exhibition. Consisting of two monumental bronze feet, the work shows a giant human form that has landed on earth from a great height – maybe an alien or ‘fallen angel’. This piece powerfully dramatises the connection between heaven and earth. At Chatsworth House, Chatsworth, Bakewell, Derbyshire, until 30th October 2011. or