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ROBIN GRAY


Robin Gray has had a long and successful career as an artist, teacher and demonstrator. He became successful as a painter in the 60/70s when he worked in acrylic paint, (new at that time), on a long series of ‘organic abstract’ paintings. At this time he also worked as head of department in a Surrey comprehensive school.

He moved to Somerset in the early 1980s to spend more time caving under the Mendip Hills. Robin Gray returned to his art school roots and painted landscape based pictures relating to Somerset myths and legends but set very much in modern times. He has become an internationally known painter of cave exploration since moving to Somerset and has won numerous prizes relating to the subject. He is chairman of The International Society for Spelaeological Art.

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2014 Exhibition

ROBIN GRAY
PAINTINGS


WELLS AND MENDIP MUSEUM
8 CATHEDRAL GREEN, WELLS, SOMERSET. BA5 2UE

SUNDAY 3rd AUGUST – SATURDAY 30th AUGUST
10am – 5pm DAILY
This is a free Exhibition You are Invited to the Private View
on Saturday 2nd August
10am – 5pm
Official Opening at 11am
Please join Robin and Sue at the opening of this exciting exhibition
Refreshments will be served
robingrayartworks@yahoo.co.uk

   
September 25th 2014 at 7.30pm
Emrys Williams

Emrys Williams is a painter currently based in North Wales. He creates paintings that explore ideas to do with memory and imagination, often combining images from different sources including art history, travels in Europe and particular seaside locations. He has also worked with film, opera and dance, collaborating and also designing sets.He works in a variety of media from large scale paintings in oil and wax, wall paintings and installation. He will give an overview of his work in these different forms, exploring how these different forms of expression feed into each other while being underpinned by particular longstanding ideas in his practise.


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More info: http://www.emryswilliams.co.uk/


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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.

Many distinguished 20th century painters have been associated with the Bath Society of Artists including Walter Sickert, John Singer Sargent, P. Wilson Steer, Gilbert Spencer, William Scott, Patrick Heron, Mary Feddon, Howard Hodgkin and more.

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Pictured right is Walter Sickert in 1939

Walter Sickert

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