Until 9th April
At the invitation of Bath Life Awards, we have commissioned five of our gallery artists to paint a series of works focussed on their individual interpretation of what life in the city of Bath means to them.
Julian Bailey trained at Ruskin School of Art and Royal Academy Schools. His works are in the collections of HRH The Prince of Wales, The National Trust, New College Oxford, Pembroke College Oxford, Daiwa Bank, among many other corporate and private collections. Julian Bailey has been a dedicated supporter of Bath Rugby team for many years and attends matches regularly.
Winner of Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2014, Catharine Davison’s painting is an ongoing documentation of the places she visits. Drawing or painting directly from observation underpins her work.
Bath from Alexandra Park
oil on board
90 x 120cm
A local painter to Bath, Victoria is a member of the Bath Society of Artists and the Armed Forces Art Society and her work is regularly shown at their annual exhibitions. She has run painting courses in England, France and Italy. She has won numerous awards including, in 2007, the Brownsword Prize for the best picture at the Bath Society of Artists annual exhibition at the Victoria Gallery, Bath. In 2009, she was presented with an award by The Prince of Wales at the AFAS exhibition at the Mall Gallery, London; at this years Bath society exhibition at the Victoria Gallery she was awarded the Ian Black prize.
Born 1957 in London, Alex Lowery studied at Bath Academy, Sir John Cass School of Art and the Central School of Art. He has painted and shown regularly in Dorset and London since 1994.
Based in Bath, Mike Service trained in Fine Art at Bath Spa University after taking early retirement. Over the past few years Mike Service has exhibited his paintings widely in the UK including in Bath London and at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.