Painting and sculpture coincide in this joint show celebrating artistic freedom, comprising common themes and interests: in people, movement, landscape and the natural world.
Painter Deirdre Elphick and sculptor Martin Elphock both explore colour and form unfettered by particular materials or artistic movements, and use both older and contemporary ways of working.
Martin Elphick is celebrated for his work remembering World War I in Bath Abbey. For the Guild Gallery exhibition he is showing new figurative and abstract work.
Deirdre Elphick has a particular love of capturing movement when drawing people and of colour in both her landscape and abstract paintings.
June 22-July 13, Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. For more info, visit www.bristolguildgallery.co.uk