A member of the Fine Art Trade Guild
The longest established commercial gallery in Bath Beaux Arts is the sister gallery to Beaux Arts in Cork Street, London.
Situated near the abbey in a listed Georgian building, Beaux Arts has a programme of eight annual exhibitions, half of which are dedicated to promoting new young talent.
Roger Jones of Chew Valley Lake Art Studio has an instinctive passion for olde-worlde scenes, captured in his paintings which detail his many years of personal observation.
Established as a top quality framing shop & fine art gallery for 12 years, Chromatic Arts can proudly boast the largest selection of original, limited edition silkscreen & litho prints as well as open edition works of art covering almost every imaginable subject in this region of the UK.
Tuesday - Friday 11.30 - 6.30 Saturday 11.00 - 6.00 or by appointment
Drawn from a wide network of accredited photographers, some of them well known some of them not, you can be assured of one thing - that they are all passionate about photographic art.
It is the belief of Gallery 2C that everyone who has great images to sell should have an outlet for them.
The Holburne Museum is a University Museum. Admission to the Museum is FREE to University of Bath Staff and Students.
The Museum is now closed to the public. A development programme of refurbishment and extension supported by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund is scheduled to be finished in 2010
Innocent Fine Art is situated in the heart of Clifton Village, Bristol, 2 minutes from Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Opening Times :
Mon - Sat : 10.00 - 5.30
Lotherton hall is located 13 miles north-east of Leeds City Centre and one mile east of the A1 at Aberford on the B1217
Closed through January and February. Closed Mondays except bank holidays (10am - 4pm). Tue - Sat 10am - 5pm (Apr-Sep) 10am – 4pm (Oct-Mar) Sun 1pm – 5pm (Apr-Sep) 12pm - 4pm (Oct-Mar) Last admission 45 mins before closing.
Adults: £3, Conc £1.50, Children: £1.00, LeedsCard 20 % discount.
The Neil Simone Gallery is situated in The Old School at Whixley, between Harrogate and York and is the home, studio and galleries of acclaimed artists Neil and his wife and partner Heather.
For 20 years Prime Arts have sourced and published fresh and original art from their base in Atworth which is situated just outside of the World Heritage City of Bath.
In bringing together art and literature, Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter explores the enormous impact of author and journalist Angela Carter - one of the most distinctive literary voices of the last 100 years.
Echoing Carterâ€™s recurring themes of feminism, mysticism, sexuality and fantasy, the exhibition includes historically significant works by Marc Chagall, William Holman Hunt, Paula Rego, Dame Laura Knight, Leonora Carrington and John Bellany, on loan from major national collections.
The exhibition also features works by major contemporary artists who were either directly influenced by Carter, or who explore themes found throughout her work. These include Ana Maria Pacheco - who will exhibit her macabre and unsettling installation, The Banquet - Alice Maher, Eileen Cooper RA, Tessa Farmer, Nicola Bealing RWA, Marcelle Hanselaar and Lisa Wright RWA.
Delving into the latent meanings of childhood fairytales and the twisted imagery of gothic mysticism, this exhibition pays homage to the dark and compelling drama of Carterâ€™s visual imagination â€“ brutal, surrealist and savage.
The exhibition will include painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, printmaking and film alongside illustrations from Carter`s books, manuscripts, photographs and personal artefacts that give a fascinating and intimate insight into her life and work.
Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter is curated by Dr Marie Mulvey-Roberts of UWE, and the artist and writer Fiona Robinson RWA. This exhibition is part of Bristol 800 - a city-wide festival that celebrates significant Bristol anniversaries along with other commemorative and special events.
Shrewsbury Museums work in partnership with The Shropshire Regimental Museum Trust at Shrewsbury Castle and with Shrewsbury Steam Trust at Coleham Pumping Station.
The museum has been closed to the general public from September 2008, to allow for a period of intensive work on the collections, pending the planned redevelopment of the Music Hall as a major museum and visitor centre, opening in 2011. See the News section in our web site for more details.
Located in Clifton Arcade in the heart of Clifton Village Soma is close to the Suspension Bridge.
Currently all artwork in Soma is produced in the UK with a number of artists comimg from Bristol and the South West.
38 of the region`s most respected artists are exhibited at the Southwold Gallery; including Karen S J Keable, Mary Gundry, George Gill, Anthony Osler, Mandy Walden, Rosemary Cook,
Matthew Garrard & Debbie Faulkner-Stevens
The Summerleaze Gallery was established 15 years ago in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and is conveniently close to the junction of the A303 and the A350. The Gallery presents 3 exhibitions a year, focusing on contemporary painters and sculptors, both local and national. During other periods the gallery hosts fine art courses and lectures.
Born in Derby and achieving a BA Hons. at Chelsea School of Art. Nick Cudworth has been a practicing artist for over 35 years. Nick also enjoyed an early career in music as a piano player with the band Siren and recorded several blues/rock and roll albums in the 1960`s on John Peel`s label.
the Wildwood Gallery offer a quality bespoke picture framing service and have a wide range of mouldings and hand finishes at competitive prices.
To make his sculptures and installations Roger Gibson is able to draw from an extensive archive of found objects he has built up over time. He works both independently and in collaboration with other artists.