Bath Society of Artists: Source

Image Credit: Valeěrie Pirlot: Last light on Monksdale Road allotments

44AD, Bath

07734 910777
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http://www.bsartists.co.uk

Thursday 18 October 2018 – Saturday 03 November 2018
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 11 - 6 pm. Sun: 11 - 4pm

An exhibition celebrating the diverse practices of many nationally renowned artists; encompassing paint, print, sculpture, graphic and mixed media.

The private view will be opened by Stewart Geddes; President of the RWA.

Founded in 1904, Bath Society of Artists has showcased the work of artists such as Walter Sickert and John Singer Sargent. It is an active society that continues to expand and diversify with award winning member artists working in a broad range of media and artistic styles. This includes its popular annual members’ exhibition, which this year takes its lead from ‘The Badminton Game’, a painting by its current president David Inshaw RWA. ‘Source’ explores the materials and ideas artists draw upon as inspiration for their work and will exhibit members’ developmental materials along with final works created from these sources.  With curatorial contribution by Katie O’Brien, Director of 44AD, an award-winning gallery and artspace located in the heart of the city, ‘Source’ offers the visitor a fascinating insight into what inspires artists, the artistic process and its varied and contrasting artistic outcomes. 

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