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PRIZES
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OPEN EXHIBITION PRIZES

Bath Society of Art Prize: £1,000, open to all exhibits

Liz Hopkinson Prize for Sculpture: £750.00

Money Wise Prize for Best Landscape: £500.00

Bath Society of Artists Public Choice Prize: £500, open to all exhibits.

Bath Society of Artists Graphics Prize: £100 for a print.

Bristol Guild Prize: £250 for a 3-dimensional work.

The Harry Walker Young Artists Prize: £250 (artists aged 18 – 25 are eligible)

St Cuthbert’s Mill Watercolour Prize: - a selection of watercolour paper.

Ian Black Small Painting Prize: £50

J.F. Harris/Minerva Best Portrait Prize: voucher for materials

Rostra Gallery Prize: winner’s work exhibited in the gallery for two weeks

The Meltone Framing Prize, £100.00 for framing.

This year’s judges are:

Philip Dye, Director Adam Gallery and Professor Anita Taylor, Dean of Bath School of Art and Design for 2D work. And Peter Burke - Sculptor for the Sculpture Prize

The Invited Artist at this year’s exhibition is internationally acclaimed painter and printmaker Marcelle Hanselaar



May 28th 2015 at 7.30pm
Jessica Cooper RWA

"'On her own work' "

Jessica Cooper was born in 1967. She began her studies at Falmouth School of Art and went on to receive her degree from Goldsmiths College London in 1989. Her work has been compared to the Japanese Haiku: much substance and meaning is communicated with a few well considered lines. As one critic said, her work possesses "an authority and maturity of line filled with promise". The title of each piece is as carefully chosen as the composition, and Jessica's audiences are often delighted by her quirky sense of humour.





2015 Open exhibition

Simon Hodges

Simon Hodges - Walcot Street, Bath

Oliver Bedeman

Oliver Bedeman - Ay-Yah-Yah

Maxine Foater

Maxine Foster - Pier 39, San Francisco



M.F.G. Martin - Something is rotten in the state of Denmark

 


107 years of history

The society is steeped in history, having been associated with many well known artists. On our history page you can read and view pictures of past exhibitions as well as find out more about the Bath Society of Artists in general.

Pictured right is Walter Sickert in 1939

Walter Sickert

Artists gallery and shop

Here you can view many of the artists' work and buy directly online via Pay Pal. It gives a broad spectrum and diversity of talent to be found in the West country and within the societies ranks. There are also direct contact emails for most and links to their own websites so you can view more of their work.