Galleries - March 2015

24 GALLERIES MARCH 2015 MAP 13 ENGLAND BATH a ADAM GALLERY 13 John Street, Bath BA1 2JL David Piddock: New Work. Mar 16–Apr 3. David Piddock continues to explore London haunts in this fresh new series of urban landscapes with their innovative use of perspective and characteristic blend of fact and fiction, past and present. Mon–Sat 9.30–5.30 t 01225 480406 Also at Gallery@LR Lloyd’s Register, 71 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 4BS. Apr 15–May 8. Mon–Fri 10–4 t 07817 757571 b ANTHONY HEPWORTH FINE ART DEALERS 16 Margarets Buildings, Brock Street, Bath BA1 2LP Tony Birks-Hay (1937-2014): a memorial exhibition of paintings. Until Mar 4. By appt, Mar 5–27. Phelan Gibb (1870–1948): ‘The Irish Fauve’ – paintings from a Private Collection. Mar 28–Apr 11. *ad t 01225 310694 m 07970 480650 c BATH CONTEMPORARY 35 Gay Street, Bath BA1 2NT Text and Art. Until Mar 21. Exploring the complexities of visual language and the significant role of text in contemporary art. We present work by Mike Bernard RI, Peter Granville-Edmunds, Mick Morgan, Jackie Newell RE and Elizabeth Rollins-Scott in a variety of media including porcelain, collage, print and paint. t 01225 461230 d BEAUX ARTS BATH 12/13 York Street, Bath BA1 1NG Portraits, Still Lifes and Dramatic Urban Landscapes by the indefatigable Nathan Ford. Mar 2–Apr 11. Also New Ceramics by Chris Keenan. Mon–Sat 10–5, admn free Adjacent to Bath Abbey t 01225 464850 N GE ORG E S T T H E C I R C U S C H U R C H S T S U T T O N S T M O N M O U T H S T A D GA Y S TR EE T G R E A T P U L T E N E Y B R I D G E S T WE S T G A T E S T J A M E S S T S T Y O R K ST W EST S T J U L I A N R O A D M I LS O M S T E L A N D B R . B A T H W L O N D O N R O A D W A L C O T S T L O N D O N S T N O R T H P A R A D E R O Y A L A V E N U E HENRIETTA PARK GREEN PK STATION a g d h k j f c b i e e BONHAMS Queen Square House, Charlotte Street, Bath BA1 2LL Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers. t 01225 788988 f EDGAR MODERN Bartlett Street (off George Street), Bath BA1 2EE ‘Rough Deluxe: Sweet Candy and Wild Women’. Mar 28–Apr 11. Henrietta Dubrey’s third solo exhibition with EM comprises the organic abstracts for which she is most well-known, alongside bold figurative female abstracts depicted in an “upfront and in your face manner”. Previewingat AAF Battersea in London Mar 12-15 and openingin Bath Mar 28. Please contact the gallery for details. Mon–Sat 10–5, Fri 10–3, clo Sun t 01225 443746 g GALLERY NINE 9B Margarets Buildings, Bath BA1 2LP h HILTON FINE ART 5 Margarets Buildings, Bath BA1 2LP Signs of Colour. Until Mar 7. In celebration of the first signs of spring Hilton Fine Art presents a brilliant selection of work by three true colourists: Rose Hilton, Alice Mumford and Angela Charles. Rose Hilton: New Pastel Drawings. Mar 14–Apr 11. Also Modern British featuringsculpture and drawingby the celebrated St Ives artist Bryan Ingham. Tue–Sat 10–5.30 t 01225 311311 i NICK CUDWORTH GALLERY 5 London Street (top of Walcot Street), Bath BA1 5BU Monthly exhibitions of paintings and prints by Nick Cudworth reflectinghis interest in music and landscape, specialisingin paintings of Bath and surroundingarea. Nick paints in his studio to the rear of the gallery and is available to discuss his work with visitors. Tue–Sat 10–5 t 01225 445221 m 07968 047639 j QUERCUS GALLERY 1 Queen Street, Bath BA1 1HE Forms & Fabrics. Mar 7–Apr 18. With particular focus on contemporary craft, Forms & Fabrics presents new collections of ceramics, jewellery and textiles, complemented by contemporary paintings and prints. This group show introduces many new artists and makers to the gallery, including jewellery by Ann Little, textiles by Beatrice Larkin and new wooden vessels by Adrian Mitchell. Tue–Sat & by appt t 01225 428211 k ROSTRA GALLERY 5 George Street, Bath BA1 2EJ