Tel: 01225 461230

Exhibition Calendar 2018

Axle Arts runs an exhibition calendar, which changes every 3-4 weeks, from Director Bridget Sterling’s home in Bath. Exhibitions are small and are curated to sit within the informal clutter of an ordinary suburban house and garden and if purchased, may be taken home directly. Alongside this, available artworks can be viewed by appointment throughout the year – just call us on 01225 461230.

Current Exhibition:

Winter Show 2018: A mixed exhibition of work across media at 9 Leighton Road, with open weekends for clients to drop in.
22 November – 31 December 2018
Open Weekends:

Saturday 24 November 10am – 6pm
Sunday 25 November 11am – 5pm 
Saturday 1 December 10am – 6pm
Sunday 2 December 11am – 5pm
Saturday 8 December 10am – 6pm
Sunday 9 December 11am – 5pm

Winter Show Tasburgh House Hotel
22 November – 9 December 2018

Future Exhibitions:

see new exhibition post for 2019

Past Exhibitions:

Iryna Yermolova
22 October – 17 November 2018

Andy Waite
4 – 27 October 2018

Lynne Cartlidge: Autumn Light
10 – 29 September

Dorothy Brook
August/Sept 2018

Adrian Parnell
August 2018

Frans Wesselman RE
July 2018

Moira Huntly RWA RSMA RI PPPS
June 2018

Corinna Button RE
April 2018

Outdoor Sculpture Show: Tasburgh House Hotel
4 – 13 May 2018

Ian Edwards: Wildlife sculpture
April 2018

Lynne Cartlidge: Spring Colour
March 2018

Ceramic Art Group Show; Neill Curran, Tamsyn Trevorrow & Ros Perton
February 2018

Chuck Elliott: New Work
January 2018

Winter Gifts: Peter Ford RE, Lynne Cartlidge, Tamsyn Trevorrow, Dorothy Brook, Rhian Jones, Frans Wesselman RE, Ken White, Elizabeth Rollins-Scott
December 2017

Rhian Jones: Emerging Ceramic Artist
November 2017

Endre Roder: New Work
October 2017

Lewis Noble: New Work
September 2017

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Mussel shells and blue ceramics oil painting for sale
a painting of a woman sitting next to a bush covered in flowers
"Pink Flowers and Fruit" painting by Moira Huntly RWA RSMA RI
"Outstretched" sculpture by Dorothy Brook

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