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Exhibition Calendar 2019

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. All artwork can be viewed either by appointment or during our drop-in weekends (dates are posted here as well as on our Contact page). Unlike formal exhibitions, all artwork purchased may be taken home directly.

We are also very excited to have joined up with Somerset Art Works (SAW) this year and will be joining their SAW Festival 2019 (dates are 21 September through to 6 October).

Future Exhibitions

SAW Festival Mixed Exhibition – featuring new work from Alina Maksimenko 
21 Sept – 6 Oct

Past Exhibitions

Rachel Jeffery
15 – 1 June
Open house weekend: 18/19 May

Mixed Spring Exhibition
15 April – 11 May
Open house weekend: 19/20/21/22 April

Lynne Cartlidge RCA
12 – 13 April
Open house weekend 16/17 March

Kerry Harding: New Work
19 February – 10 March
Open house weekend: 23/24 February

Ian Fraser ARCA [1933 – 1986]: Block Paintings
29 January – 17 February
Open house weekend: 16/17 February

Gerry Baptist RE: Woodcuts and Etchings
7 – 27 January
Open house weekend: 19/20 January


"The Sunlight Skips Across the Sea" painting by Paul Wadsworth
"Bartholomew" sculpture by Melissa Kiernan
"Bronze and Green Stack" ceramic by Ros Perton
"Vessel XVII" ceramic by Mick Morgan

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