Galleries - October 2016

32 GALLERIES OCTOBER 2016 Making art, painting and drawing in particular, is an extraordinary human activity, a moment when we aim to halt the arrow of time in mid-air, and give that moment of consciousness specific and tangible, visible form. The nature of this process is exactly what I think Tricia Gillman is exploring in her latest work at The Cello Factory . Using household recycling, studio debris, notes to herself, found surfaces and notations, linking them all together through collage, painted marks and drawing, they are what she terms “a quiet witnessing of ordinary consciousness . . . a just is-ness”. This in turn makes the onlooker consider and question the meaning of that flood of signs with which consciousness presents us, making us aware as she puts that “we are here looking in real time.” NU THUMB nail Tricia Gillman ‘Moment’ 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 D GAY S T REE T G R E A T P U L T E N E Y S T 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 S T W EST S T J U L I A N R O A D MI LS OM S T C L E V E L A N D B R . B A T H W I L O N D O N R O A D - A 4 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 h c ? ANTHONY HEPWORTH FINE ART DEALERS Dealers in Modern British & Contemporary Painting & Sculpture. We also specialise in the work of Keith Vaughan 1912- 1977 and exhibit Tribal Art, ceramics and furniture. Exhibiting at The Decorative Fair, Battersea until Oct 2, otherwise by appt during Oct. t 01225 447480 m 07970 480 650 a BATH CONTEMPORARY 35 Gay Street, Bath BA1 2NT Malcolm Ashman RWA RBA ROI and Inger Karthum: Walking the Hills. Oct 7–29. A collaborative project between British painter Malcolm Ashman and Norwegian digital print maker Inger Karthum, melding notions of memory and shared experience, as well as individual work from both artists. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01225 461230 t @BathContemp f bathcontemporaryart b BEAUX ARTS BATH 12/13 York Street, Bath BA1 1NG adjacent to Bath Abbey New Still Life Paintings by Helen Simmonds. Also New Sculptures by Christopher Marvell and New Ceramics by Eddie Curtis. Until Nov 5. 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 DAVID SIMON CONTEMPORARY 4 Bartlett Street, Bath BA1 2QZ Jackie Philip and Sara Ingleby MacKenzie. Oct 8–31. Paintings in raw pigment by Jackie Philip include still-lifes and Scottish Hebridean landscapes. The latest bronze figures by Sara Ingleby-MacKenzie capture character and life in magnificently coloured patinations. Mon–Sat 10–6, Wed 2–6 t 01225 460189 t @davidsimontweet f davidsimoncontemporary e GALLERY NINE 9B Margarets Buildings, Bath BA1 2LP f LANE HOUSE ARTS 5 Nelson Place East, Bath BA1 5DA Wed–Fri 10–5.30, Sat 10.30–6 & by appt t 07767 498403 t @LaneHouseArts f LaneHouseArts g 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 Bath and 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 h ROSTRA GALLERY 5 George Street, Bath BA1 2EJ MAP 12 ENGLAND BATH