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The Bath Society of Artists 117th Open Exhibition ends
this Saturday 2nd July.
Great variety of excellent work as usual at the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath. http://victoriagal.org.uk
It’s a busy time with work selected for three exhibitions over the past month!
Charcoal drawing ‘A Walk in the Woods, Mendip Hills’ at the Create Centre in Bristol as part of the Friends of the Royal West of England Academy exhibition. Exhibition now over.
Graphite drawings at the Royal Bath and West Show open exhibition last weekend.
Monotype exhibited as part of the annual Bath Society of Artists open exhibition, which finishes 2nd July so plenty of time to enjoy this exhibition showcasing the best of the region’s artistic talent and is a must for art lovers and collectors alike, with all works for sale.
We’re back. Very much looking forward to this year’s arts trail after a two year break. Now with 40 exhibiting artists and makers at 14 venues it’s better than ever!
There are 7 artists that make up this group in our small village. We’ve come together again to show our latest work in this autumn exhibition. Please come along and browse our art work with a mulled wine or cuppa in your hand. There is ‘something for everyone’.
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November
10am – 5pm, in Shipham Village Hall.
Do go along to the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath to see my two monotypes on show. This is your last chance as the exhibition closes on Saturday 20th November. This annual exhibition is well worth a visit for the variety and quality of the art works on display. https://www.victoriagal.org.uk
Continues until Sunday 3rd October
I’m exhibiting at the Arts Quarter in Cheddar, with its wonderful shop,
artist studios and gallery space.
‘Shades of Shipham’
22nd & 23rd May 2021
10am – 5pm
Preview evening Friday 21st May 6 – 9pm
Please join us during the exhibition weekend for a chat over a cuppa and a slice of cake and to view the wonderful array of artwork on show.
(£1 coins will be helpful for the refreshments pot to save us handling lots of money.)
Alongside my drawings of trees and the local Mendip landscape I will be exhibiting some colourful pastel paintings of Dartmoor.
Exhibition by Tina Dodd & Lindy Paul
18th Oct. – 7th Nov.
Thursday – Sunday 10.30am – 4.30pm
Old Town Quarry, South Road, Weston-s-Mare, Bs23 2LU
Meet Tina in the café gallery on Thursday 31st October and both Lindy and Tina on Sunday 3rd November.
We are very pleased with how the exhibition looks as there is plenty of space on the gallery walls for our work to ‘breathe’. We have curated a show that exhibits our individual responses to the landscape. As well as my usual graphite drawings I am showing a series of monotypes, from my visits to a printmaking studio in Bawdrip over the past year or so, and a series of vibrant pastel paintings inspired by my love of Dartmoor.
Lindy has a slightly more abstract approach to her atmospheric landscapes, some of which are a metre square in size and so are much larger in scale than my work. Other landscapes are smaller and more ethereal.
18th May – 29th June @ Victoria Art Gallery (Nr Pultney Bridge, Bath) 10.30am – 5pm every day
Two of my latest monotypes have been selected for the 114th Annual Open Exhibition. With such a variety of work on display it is well worth a visit.
The Gallery says, ” This highly popular exhibition showcases the best of the region’s artistic talent and is a must for art lovers and collectors alike, with all works for sale. The Society was founded in 1904 with 26 members. It has grown over the years to a membership of around 120 diverse, talented artists. Many distinguished 20th-century painters have exhibited with the Society including Walter Sickert, Patrick Heron, Mary Fedden and Howard Hodgkin.
The annual exhibition is also open to non-members and attracts up to 1,000 entries, with sales doubling in the last few years. The prizes on offer total more than £3,000 During the exhibition members of the public can vote for their favourite artwork; the winner receiving the Public Choice Prize.”