Bath Artists Studios 12x12 Sealed Auction

Image Credit: Lindy Wright 'Bloomsbury Girl' (photograph Peter Stone)

Central Corridor, Royal United Hospital, Bath, BA1 3NG

01225 482 480
[email protected]
www.bathartistsstudios.co.uk

Friday 08 July 2016 – Thursday 13 October 2016

From 2016, Bath Artists’ Studios celebrates its 20th anniversary. To mark this milestone, the Studios has come together with the Royal United Hospital’s Art At The Heart health and wellbeing programme to locate its popular sealed auction of 12”x12” works donated by the artists in the hospital’s central corridor.  All proceeds raised from the auction will be dedicated to supporting the work of both organisations.

A thriving community of some 60 artists and makers Bath Artists’ Studios is the largest complex of its type in the city.  As an educational charity, the studios form a hub for a comprehensive programme of classes, workshops and tuition while studio artists regularly lead education and outreach activity in conjunction with schools and community organisations in the wider city.  Bath Artists’ Studios will be open to the public for its annual Open Studios event on October 1st and 2nd 2016.

To place a bid please pick up a form in the central corridor and post in the box provided or visit the Exhibitions page on the Art At The Heart website at ,http://artatruh.org/exhibitions/up-and-coming-programme/

A reserve price of £75.00 is placed on all works.

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