Art to see this September

Seascape Gallery – Gallery’s first Anniversary from the 1st to 17th September. Some artists include: Nola Armstrong, David Atkins, Adam Binder, Sue Campion, Colin Carruthers, Terrence Clarke, Simeon Stafford and Fred Yates. Tel – 01483 860 591. 117 High Street, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1AQ.

Calligraphy exhibition of works for sale by Andy Moore to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of Gavin Maxwell’s “Ring of Bright Water”, at the Bright Water Centre, Kyleakin, Isle of Skye from Sep 1 to Oct 31.


Travel Memoirs at Red Rag Modern Art Gallery in Brock Street, Bath exemplifies this journey of adventure, mystery and discovery in its inspiring collection of travel memoirs, which runs from 22nd of August until 5th September.

Creating Landscapes: A Perspective featuring Ashley Davies, Veronica Gibson and Gareth Rees-Roberts showing at the Sidney Nolan Trust, The Rodd, Preseigne from the 26th of August until the 31st of August.

Henry Moore Deluxe: Books, Prints and Portfolios. This major exhibition explores for the first time the stories behind Moore’s graphic work in lavish detail, based on David Mitchinson’s first-hand experience with the artist. At the Sheep Field Barn Gallery, Perry Green, Hertfordshire until 30th August 2010.

Sustainable Futures – can design make a difference?, with 5 themes: Cities, Energy and Economies, Food, Materiality and the Creative Citizen, at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, London SE1 until 5 Sep. 020 7940 8790

Francis Alys: A Story of Deception at Tate Modern, London until 5 Sep. 020 7887 8888

Cornelia Parker: Doubtful Sound at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead from 19 June to 5 Sep.

The Unknown Artist: Stanley Lewis, and his contemporaries is at Bedford Gallery, Cecil Higgins Art Gallery and Bedford Museum, Castle Lane, Bedford until 5 September; 01234 211222 (See Country Life review on 21 July 2010)

The Glasgow Boys: Drawing Inspiration. Coinciding with the definitive exhibition at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow, the show offers an intimate insight into their working methods and friendships and some of the artists that inspired them. At the National Galleries of Scotland, The Mound, Edinburgh until 5 Sep.

The Best of Scottish Contemporary Art, the Fleming Collection’s first selling exhibition at the Fleming Collection 13 Berkeley Street, London W1 until 4 Sep. 020 7409 5730

The printed image in China from 8th to 21st centuries at the British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1 from 6 May to 5 Sep. 020 7323 8394

Bridget Riley: Flashback at Norwich Castle Museum & Gallery, Norwich until 5 Sep. 01603 493625

Howard Hodgkin: Time and Place, at Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford from 23 June to 5 Sep. 01865 722733

Watercolour in Britain: Tradition and Beyond, featuring significant and rarely seen works by artists including Turner, William Blake, Edward Burra at Museums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery, Arundel Gate, Sheffield until 5 Sep.

Sitting & Looking: An exhibition which invites you to sit down and take a longer, closer look at work from a group of designers, fine artists and craftspeople. 10th July – 4th September 2010. At Dovecot, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT

Natural Selection – major solo exhibition of work by glass artist Tolly Nason at Zest Gallery, Roxby Place, London SW6 until 3 Sep.

Centenary Exhibition featuring the late Joy Adamson’s botanical paintings at Nature in Art (museum and art gallery), Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucs until 5 Sep. 020 8748 0116

Songlines 22 – season of ground-breaking Aboriginal Art exhibitions at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, 28 Charlotte Street, London W1 until 4 Sep.

Frank Bowling RA – latest works at Rollo Contemporary Art, 51 Cleveland Street, London W1 until 3 Sep.

The Wye Tour and its Artists, bringing together pictures from major museums of the sights viewed and visited by the first tourists to the Wye Valley, at Chepstow Museum, Gwy House, Bridge Street, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, South Wales until 5 Sep. 01291 625981

Reflection – New Work by Victoria Crowe at The Scottish Gallery, 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh until 4 Sep.

Julian Stair Ceramics. Also Silver by William Lee, Glass by Colin Reid and Jewellery by Grace Girvan at The Scottish Gallery, 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh until 4 Sep.

A Summer Exhibition – John Martin Gallery. Running from 2nd August – 3rd September. 38 Albemarle Street, London. WIS 4JG. +44 (0) 2074991314