Winter Show 2018
Come and browse our Winter Show with three open house weekends on offer for clients to come and see where we are and what we’re doing. We have curated an exhibition of smaller, affordable artworks across media that have been hung sympathetically in conjunction with the normal clutter of a domestic environment, alongside larger sculpture and ceramics sited in an ordinary suburban garden. A glass of mulled wine will be on offer to celebrate the festivities of the season.
Saturday 24th November 10am - 6pm
Sunday 25th November 11am - 5pm
Saturday 1 December 10am - 6pm
Sunday 2 December 11am - 5pm
Saturday 8 December 10am - 6pm
Sunday 9 December 11am - 5pm.
Artists include new paintings by Derek Balmer PPRWA, Lynne Cartlidge RCA and Jeannette Hayes PPS, new sculpture by Marc Bodie, Dorothy Brook, Rick Kirby and Kate Viner, new original printmaking by Peter Ford RE, George Tute RWA RE and Frans Wesselman RE and new ceramics by Neill Curran.
We are also excited to be collaborating with 5-star boutique hotel Tasburgh House Hotel again after our successful exhibition with them in May earlier this year. We are presenting an extension to our mixed Winter Show and clients are invited to drop in and browse Monday to Sunday 10am to 5pm, exhibition runs 22nd November until Sunday 9th December to coincide with the Bath Christmas Market 2018. Tasburgh are also offering a special deal for Art-goers who would like a little pampering during this period with ‘stay one night and have the second on the house’ (call the hotel for more information on 01225 425096).
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