Galleries - May 2016

22 GALLERIES MAY 2016 MAP 11 ENGLAND BATH ? ANTHONY HEPWORTH FINE ART DEALERS Modern British Painting and Sculpture specialising in the work of Keith Vaughan 1912–1977. Also Tribal Art, ceramics, furniture. by appt during May t 01225 447480 m 07970 480 650 a BATH CONTEMPORARY 35 Gay Street, Bath BA1 2NT Surface Tension. May 6–30. The Hampshire and Dorset countryside and coastline inspire the wildly textured paintings of Claire Wiltsher with warmthand energy. Also a new body of sculpture from Sara Ingleby Mackenzie, whose tall, slim, fashion-conscious women pose confidently for the viewer. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01225 461230 b BEAUX ARTS BATH 12/13 York Street, Bath BA1 1NG adjacent to Bath Abbey New Sculptures by renowned sculptor Anna Gillespie. New Landscape Paintings by David Tress and GE ORG E S T T H E C I R C U S C H U R C H S T D S U T T O N S T M O N M O U T H S T D GA Y S TR EE T G R E A T P U L T E N E Y S B R I D G E S T WE S T G A T E S T J A M E S 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 C L E V E L A N D B R . B A T H W L O N D O N R O A D - A 4 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 f b e d c New Ceramics by Tanya Gomez. From May 16. Mon–Sat 10–5, free admn t 01225 464850 t @beauxartsbath f Beaux-Arts-Bath c BONHAMS Queen Square House, Charlotte Street, Bath BA1 2LL Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers. t 01225 788988 d GALLERY NINE 9B Margarets Buildings, Bath BA1 2LP t 01225 319197 e LANE HOUSE ARTS 5 Nelson Place East, Bath BA1 5DA t 07767 498403 f NICK CUDWORTH GALLERY 5 London Street, Bath BA1 5BU top of Walcot Street Monthly exhibitions of paintings and prints by Nick Cudworth reflecting his interest in music and landscape, specialising in paintings of Bathand surrounding area. 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 g ROSTRA GALLERY 5 George Street, Bath BA1 2EJ t 01225 448121 Frank Stanton has done a lot of things in his life since leaving the Slade in 1952 – working and designing for the theatre (La Scala in Milan included), setting up his own gallery and running the art department at St Dunstan’s School in Catford among them. In the middle of all that he has always managed to keep his own practice as a painter going and has shown regularly. Over the last two decades or so this has been mostly at The Millinery Works . And now, very muchdeserved given that he is in his late 80s, he is having a retrospective there. The work tends to reflect his Slade training under Coldstream and Medley withits emphasis on drawing and the figure but, withmaterial that draws on subjects suchas footballers, it’s always of a contemporary character. NU THUMB nail Frank Stanton ‘Panel for Predella’