For more info about the gallery programme please contact the exhibiting artist, contact details are listed below for each show/event. Or call BAS office on 01225 482 480 (Monday - Thursday). For further details of how to book the gallery please see 'Hiring the Gallery' opposite.
Since the end of February the BAS gallery has been host to the team from Artolo, a Bath based internet start-up company. Artolo.com provides a platform which connects aritsts and buyers. The Artolo team will be a running a number of accessible events in the gallery over the coming months. Keep an eye on www.artolo.com and
www.bathartistsstudios.co.uk for details.
Ben Hughes Fine Art Spring Exhibition: Aix-en-Provence
4 – 28 Apr; Thurs – Sun; 11am – 5pm
An exhibition of new works featuring Bath’s twin town of Aix-en-Provence and its
surroundings, inspired by the recent bas artists’ field trip.
Building Bridges - Charlotte Moore and Martin Kalberer
26 - 28 Apr; 11am - 5pm;
Private view 26 Apr; 6:30 - 9pm
As in their previous exhibition ‘Empty Chairs', Charlotte and Martin have collaborated on a particular theme: this time the subject is bridges. The word bridge has been usedmetaphorically in a variety of ways, from bridging the earthly with the divine as in pontifex, the bridge-maker, to more colloquial uses such as ‘bridge over troubled water'. The works in this exhibition explore the forms and symbolism of bridges in wood, clay and print.
David Cobley's GIANT Studio Sale
22 - 23 Jun; 10am - 5pm
Opening 21 Jun; 6 - 9pm
A major sale of over 500 paintings and drawings with 50% of the proceeds going to the Studios' fundraising.
From 21 May the works will be available to buy from David's website at
Ben Hughes Fine Art Summer Exhibition
14 Jun - 14 Jul; Fri - Sun; 12 - 5pm
An exhibition of animal paintings set against abstract and semi-abstract backgrounds.Situated in the courtyard of Bath Artists' Studios, Ben Hughes Fine Art is the gallery and studio of BAS artist Ben Hughes. The gallery is open weekly and exhibits a regularly changing display of plein air and traditional landscapes alongside his distinctive contemporary portraits.