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The Cinematic Landscape – Kit Glaisyer’s open studio

1st April30th April

Kit Glaisyer, a widely admired landscape painter, returns to Bath for a year-long residency at his new studio on Great Pulteney Street. This follows on from his popular Cinematic Landscapes exhibition at the Octagon Gallery in 2013 and continues his revival of the Romantic landscape tradition, taking inspiration from the west country, particularly the Dorset countryside. Kit works on each piece for between six to eight months, combining traditional and contemporary techniques to create a magnificent series of panoramic landscape…

Larkhall Open Studios

29th April1st May

Bath Open Studios is a collaborative group representing the Open Studios and Art Trails in Bath. While each trail has its own individual style all share a relaxed and friendly welcome. They take place in four areas of Bath, one each weekend in April/May. Larkhall: 29 April - 1 May Newbridge: 6 - 7 May Widcombe: 13 - 14 May 44AD: 19 (pm) - 20 May Bear Flat: 27 - 29 May Visit: bathopenstudios.co.uk to find out more. Main image: Paul Brokensha

Bath Artisan Market

30th April at 10:00 am4:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 10:00am on day Last of the month, happening 7 times

Sample the creative genius of Bath's best independent makers, food producers, artists and street food sellers in leafy Queen Square, central Bath. Established in 2012 and formerly at Green Park Station, The Bath Artisan Market is the ideal place to pick up original gifts, eat or sit and soak up the atmosphere. Visit: bathartisanmarket.com

The Cinematic Landscape – Kit Glaisyer’s open studio

1st May31st May

Kit Glaisyer, a widely admired landscape painter, returns to Bath for a year-long residency at his new studio on Great Pulteney Street. This follows on from his popular Cinematic Landscapes exhibition at the Octagon Gallery in 2013 and continues his revival of the Romantic landscape tradition, taking inspiration from the west country, particularly the Dorset countryside. Kit works on each piece for between six to eight months, combining traditional and contemporary techniques to create a magnificent series of panoramic landscape…

Newbridge Arts Trail

6th May at 11:00 am7th May at 6:00 pm

Discover something new this spring In the Newbridge area of Bath, 40 artists and makers will open their doors to the public, at 23 venues, over the weekend of 6 and 7 May. Work ranges from painting and printmaking to illustration and photography, from sculpture and stonemasonry to ceramics and jewellery. Visitors can meet the artists, talk about their work and even buy a piece of original art at an affordable price. Full details of venues and artists are online…

The land and the sea exhibition

7th May at 11:00 am5:00 pm

An exhibition of paintings by Darren Gordon Darren Gordon is a landscape and seascape artist living in Wellow near Bath and paints the local landscape and the seascapes are of Anglesey north Wales. His wife is from the island and Darren has been painting it for 25 years. The exhibition will take place in an old barn with local landscapes downstairs and seascapes upstairs. A percentage of any sales will go to either The Marine Conservation Society or The Woodlands…

Fresh: Art Fair

12th May14th May

Art lovers will be invited to see art in a different way with the launch of the UK’s first major contemporary art fair in the heart of England. Fresh: Art Fair, which launches its first show at Cheltenham Racecourse in May, is a new national art fair on a mission to make quality art more accessible to the regions, filling a gap currently under-served by other art fairs. On show will be 45 of the UK’s best contemporary galleries, many…

Widcombe Art Trail

13th May14th May

Bath Open Studios is a collaborative group representing the Open Studios and Art Trails in Bath. While each trail has its own individual style all share a relaxed and friendly welcome. They take place in four areas of Bath, one each weekend in April/May. Larkhall: 29 April – 1 May Newbridge: 6 – 7 May Widcombe: 13 – 14 May 44AD: 19 (pm) – 20 May Bear Flat: 27 – 29 May Visit: bathopenstudios.co.uk to find out more. Main image: Holly Marks

Modern ArtBuyer Open House pop-up gallery

13th May14th May

Online art gallery and consultancy Modern ArtBuyer, run by Jessica Lloyd-Smith, is excited to be hosting its third Open House Pop-up Gallery in Limpley Stoke, Bath BA2 7FY on the weekend of 13 – 14 May. The pop-up gallery will showcase an exceptional, vibrant collection of contemporary works by artists from across the UK, with a number from Bath and the South West. Local artists include Mark Stopforth, Rebecca King, Paul Minott and Jess Townsend. Artworks on show include wonderful…

44AD artspace

19th May20th May

There are 13 artists on the upper three floors of 44AD and they look forward to welcoming you to come and explore the exciting range of works being created above the exhibition spaces on the ground and basement floors. As well as seeing work in progress, there will be the chance to buy cards, prints and some works and you will have the opportunity to talk with the artists and share with them their motivations, interests and concerns. Larkhall: 29…

Bear Flat Open Studios

27th May29th May

With around 40 artists and makers showing at more than 20 venues, the Bear Flat Artists’ annual Open Studios trail once again promises to be an exciting opportunity to come and explore a wide variety of quality and interesting works. All venues are in walking distance and works on show include paintings, prints, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics and a wide selection of photography. There is also the ever popular children's workshop and trail, Fine Line Art Group and refreshments available at…

The Cinematic Landscape – Kit Glaisyer’s open studio

1st June30th June

Kit Glaisyer, a widely admired landscape painter, returns to Bath for a year-long residency at his new studio on Great Pulteney Street. This follows on from his popular Cinematic Landscapes exhibition at the Octagon Gallery in 2013 and continues his revival of the Romantic landscape tradition, taking inspiration from the west country, particularly the Dorset countryside. Kit works on each piece for between six to eight months, combining traditional and contemporary techniques to create a magnificent series of panoramic landscape…

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