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Andrew Temple Smith’s ceramics at Gallery Nine

17th January at 10:00 am31st March at 5:30 pm

Andrew creates minimal ceramic forms which embody elements of spontaneity and chance. He works mainly with porcelain which allows him to produce a colour palette from pure white to primary colours. He enjoys both the technical challenge of porcelain and the tactile quality of the finished surface. The gallery is open Monday – Saturday, 10am – 5.30pm. Visit: gallerynine.co.uk

The Cinematic Landscape – Kit Glaisyer’s open studio

1st March31st March

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…

Journey to Easter: Art exhibition

21st March16th April

A touring exhibition of Via Crucis, a series of 14 new images for the Stations of the Cross by Bath artist Caroline Waterlow. Via Crucis is described by the artist as “a culmination of three years’ of research and work into the meaning and significance of Lent, and how it can relate in our lives today.” Through these images, you are invited to follow the final events of Jesus’ life as he goes to the place of his crucifixion and…

Selvedge Spring Fair

25th March at 11:00 am5:00 pm

The team behind renowned textile magazine Selvedge will take over the Tea Room in The Assembly Rooms for its seasonal Spring Fair. Makers and merchants will sell their rare fabrics and textile treasures – making it the perfect place to find that special Mother’s Day gift. Visit: selvedge.org. £5 entry.

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…

Craft Show

6th April at 10:00 am8th April at 5:00 pm

Craft4Crafters is hosting a craft show where 100 leading craft supply businesses, groups and guilds will be on display to the public. 75 workshops, demonstrations and Make & Takes will be taking place. Restaurants, cafés and free car parking available. Tickets: £8 adult, £7 concession, under 16s free. For advance tickets, call: 0345 3040222 Visit: craft4crafters.co.uk

Bath Art Fair

7th April9th April

Why not be original? Beautiful original work from over 50 of the country's leading independent contemporary artists in the second art fair organised by award winning Somerset artist Alce Harfield. Open to the public from Friday 7 April, 11am – 7pm, Saturday 8 April, 10am – 6pm and Sunday 9 April, 10am – 5pm. To find out more, visit: bathartfair.co.uk. Or call Alce Harfield on: 01749 880020 / 07989 157955, or email: art@alceharfield.com Main image: Frome Meander by Anna Boss

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

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 May7th 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: Jo McCarron

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

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