Galleries - June 2018

22 GALLERIES JUNE 2018 ? ANTHONY HEPWORTH FINE ART DEALERS Dealers in Modern British & Contemporary Painting & Sculpture. We also specialise in the work ofKeith Vaughan 1912-1977 and exhibit Tribal Art, ceramics and furniture. by apptin Jun t01225 447480 m 07970 480650 a AXLE ARTS Leighton Road, Bath BA1 4NF Art consultancy and gallery following a dynamic pop-up exhibition calendar throughout the year. Broad portfolio of international contemporary artists including Modern British; painting, sculpture, ceramics and original print. Mon–Sat11–6 by appt t01225 461230 t @axle–arts f axlearts b BEAUX ARTS BATH 12/13 York Street, Bath BA1 1NG adjacent to Bath Abbey David Tress: New Paintings. Until Jun 16. Also showing 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 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 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 b e d c f Anthony Scott: New Sculptures. Until Jun 16. Tanya Gomez: New Ceramics. Until Jun 16. Artists of Fame and Promise. Jun 23–Sep 1. New paintings and sculpture by Andrew Crocker, Beth Carter, Nathan Ford, Thomas Lamb, Pieter Vanden Daele, Martha Zmpounou. Jill Fanshawe Kato: New Ceramics. Jun 23–Sep 1. Mon–Sat10–5, free admn t 01225 464850 I beaux–arts–bath t @beauxartsbath f Beaux-Arts-Bath c BONHAMS Queen Square House, Charlotte Street, Bath BA1 2LL Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers. please contact for viewing times t01225 788988 d DAVID SIMON CONTEMPORARY 4Bartlett Street, Bath BA1 2QZ Walter Lindner (1936–2007): A Retrospective. Jun 1–30. *ad After significant interest in this and other artists from former East Berlin, this important exhibition shows 35 of his finest available paintings and monoprints. Exquisite use ofink, watercolour and gold-leaf. Mon–Sat10–6, clo Wed t01225 460189 t @davidsimontweet f davidsimoncontemporary e GALLERY NINE 9B Margarets Buildings, Bath BA1 2LP f NICK CUDWORTH GALLERY 5 London Street, Bath BA1 5BU top ofWalcot Street Monthly exhibitions of paintings and prints by Nick Cudworth reflecting his interest in music and landscape, specialising in paintings ofBath and surrounding area. Nick paints in his studio to the rear of the gallery and is available to discuss his work with visitors. Tue–Sat10–5 t01225 445221 m 07968 047639 MAP 11 ENGLAND BATH Suzanne Perlman’s life story is so remarkable – Jewish-Hungarian born in 1923, married at 16 to a Dutchman, fleeing Amsterdam together at the beginning of the war and making their way to Curaçao where they lived until the 1970s, then when he died, moving to New York and finally London – that it can easily distract from her very substantial artistic achievements. The daughter of an art and antiques dealer, she first started painting on Curaçao but it was a period spent studying with the great Austrian Expressionist painter Oscar Kokoschka in London in the 1950s that really defined the direction of her work, her express artistic aim, to capture 'the fleeting moment of insight' deriving from Kokoschka's great faith in her ability. Exuberant, expressive and intensely truthful, she is still painting aged 95. Showing at the D utch Centre. NU THUMB nail S uzanne Perlman ‘Road to Brakkeput’