Indicators : Yeovil Creatives Exhibition

Visit our pop-up gallery to see our latest exhibition features new works by artists and guests from Yeovil Creatives. Come to celebrate things that we treasure and join our drop-in workshop with the artists.
18 October – 16 November, 2019
11 Vicarage Walk, Quedam Shopping Centre, Yeovil
Open Fridays & Saturday, 11am – 5pm
(Drop in workshop every Saturday at 11am-2pm)
Stéphanie Max
Showcase a range of work responds to the theme of the exhibition, including lino print and an installation ‘Attachment’, which ask our relationship with nature – what is important for us? what treasure we have very close to us? maybe we don’t take notice enough? what we eat and why, what does it means?
Lydia Needle
Showcase a range of mixed media work using wool, stitch and found and salvaged materials. They emphasis on the environment and sustainability, including selection of work from her major creative project ‘FIFTY BEES: The Interconnectedness of All Things’ which showcase the plight of the British bee.
Marzena Zalewska
Teacher, naturalist, beekeeper and creative Marzena established ‘Brushes and Beanz’, a social enterprise promoting well being through art and sensory play. See her work and join her workshops using natural materials which inspire all to love for nature and thought how to preserve it.
Jo Martin
Images inspired by light and nature, using mixed media and printmaking techniques to express concepts. Also photographs in nature expressing ambience and mood. Jo also makes craft items using recycled fabric and a variety of materials, some from nature, trying to capture its beauty and delicateness.
Rebecca Bruton
Rebecca’s seed project is a study of seed’s diverse and intricate shapes alongside their vulnerable conservation status. Rebecca is one of thirty artists from across the world recognised for her art in this field by Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which feature her art in their online archive.
Carolyn Lefley
visual artist using photography to explore belonging, belief and the natural world. Her work inherits surreal qualities of photography to depict a world that occupies a liminal space between reality and fantasy. Showcase a body of work using cyanotypes, part of her recent research project exploring the intersection between land and sea.
Rhiannon Cross
Working primarily with pen and ink, intricate, fine detailed creations. Showcase a body of work with vivid influences from wonders found in nature; mould, lichen, wood, semi precious stones, underwater and tropical creatures.
Emily Duchscherer Kirk
Abstract artist using & manipulating acrylic paint on canvas to make textured paintings. Nature inspired forms & human emotion are a huge inspiration & influence on her works.
Guest Artist: Adam Farrer
Central focus is attributed to threads of visual dialogue concerning social and political issues, the passage of time & its effect on our very existence. Intersecting subject matter often prominent with landscapes, habitat, architecture & environment. Running concurrently are thematic influences drawn from cult film and dystopian literature.
Guest Artist: Megan Wakelam
Megan Wakelam is inspired by the landscapes she immerses herself within. Concerned for the environment, Megan questions they impact of chemical-based media used as an artist. ‘Earth Maps’ is a series of work evolved through processes of adding marks with hand-made pigments from nature such as elderberries and dock leaves, which is developed at Clayhill Arts this summer, part of Somerset Art Works’ Creative Pathways Bursary.


Drop-in workshop every Saturday at 11 – 2pm.
(Different fees and age limit applied, please see below for details)
*Saturday 19 October*
Marzena Zalewska / Communal art project creating mandala using natural and recycled materials.
Donations Welcome / Welcome all ages all abilities
*Saturday 26 October*
Lydia Needle / Needlefelt have-a-go sessions with FIFTY BEES: Make British Bees in Needle Felted wool.
Each bee takes 1.5 to 2 hours, so please arrive before 12noon. FREE / First come first served / Ages 8 +, under 16s must be supervised by an adult. The bees will be kept by Lydia to be added to the growing installation which will be on show in Somerset in 2022
*Saturday 2 November*
Carolyn Lefley / Autumn leaves cyanotype printing workshop
Making blue sun prints using autumn leaves.
£1 per print / All ages
*Saturday 9 November*
Marzena Zalewska / Woodland Wonders : make your own lantern
£3 to cover the cost of materials / Welcome all ages all abilities
*Saturday 16 November*
Jo Martin / Drop in Christmas recycled craft decorations
£2 donation / Welcome all ages all abilities
Yeovil Creatives is supported by Eastville Project Space and Quedam Shopping Centre