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NUNEATON'S Art Gallery in Riversley Park has a variety of work on show into January by artists all taking a different look at the natural world.

Claire Sheen is showing textile pieces inspired by objects as diverse as flowers and jellyfish.

And Graham Hughes shows paintings and digital prints to create semi-abstract landscapes which are inspired by the sea and wild places.

JANE FREEAR-WYLD, one of the artists exhibiting in the TAP show at The Herbert in Coventry, is running an Introduction to Paper Weaving workshop at the gallery on January 6. To book places in advance call 024 7683 2386.

THE Royal Birmingham Society of Artists is showing its seventh annual contemporary jewellery festival, Brilliantly Birmingham, in Brook Street. It is open until January 27 and offers a chance to see and buy original work from a variety of designer makers or to commission pieces.

WORCESTER City Art Gallery & Museum is showing Domestic Idylls: Clementina, Lady Hawarden, 19th-century photographer, until January 20. Clementina was one of the women pioneers of photography and her daughters were the main subjects.
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