Central Gallery (Zone B)
Bath Society of Artists (BSA) Members Show
7th October 2020 – 14th January 2021
We are excited to share we will be showing an exhibition by the Bath Society of Artists this autumn/winter.
The Bath Society of Artists members exhibition occurs every two to three years and, despite current circumstances, this is a wonderful opportunity for BSA Members to showcase their work as well as support the dedication and outstanding efforts of all the staff at the RUH.
The Exhibition to be held in the main corridor of the RUH will be a celebration of the creativity within the BSA membership community, and in particular, a platform for members in and around the Bath area.
“The Bath Society of Artists was founded in 1904 with twenty six foundation members and it has grown over the years to a membership of around 120 diverse, talented artists.
It has always been delighted to have a link with the City. The Mayor and members of the Victoria Art Gallery Committee are honorary members and the Director of the Gallery is an ex-officio member of the executive Committee.
The annual exhibition, open to non-members, is held in the Victoria Art Gallery for five or six weeks during the spring and summer. For many members it has been the main function, but the Society also organises receptions, lectures, private views, loan exhibitions and a members’ exhibition which is held during the winter.
Many distinguished 20th century painters have exhibited and taken an interest in the Bath Society of Artists including Walter Sickert, John Singer Sargent, P Wilson Steer, Gilbert Spencer, William Scott, Patrick Heron, Mary Feddon, Adrian Heath and David Inshaw.”
Please visit the BSA website to learn more about the artists: https://www.bsaorg.uk/