Serena has been busy painting away in preparation for the upcoming Bath Art Fair at The Pavilion in Bath. The event will take place on the weekend of 25th and 26th February 2023. More information and tickets are available from the Art Fair website. Or you can follow the build up @bathartfair
Like the Bath and West Show last year, Serena will be exhibiting along side our friend and fellow artist Steve Hall. This association began many years back and has continued right through to today, with both artists now having galleries in Bradford on Avon.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information about Serena or Steve’s work and we hope to see you at The Pavilion next month.
It’s all booked and following the great success of the Royal Bath & West Show this year, Serena and Steve Hall are going to be jointly exhibiting again… this time at the Bath Art Fair 2023 in the Bath Pavilion from 24th February to 26th February 2023.
The first day, Friday 24th February, is a private viewing from 6pm to 8.30pm. If you would like to attend please let us know and we can arrange a link to free evening tickets as soon as they become available. Discounted weekend tickets will also be available to our customers… Simply fill out the form below and we’ll make sure you receive the information as soon as it’s available:
The Fair will then continue over the weekend, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th February. We will be posting updates as and when we get them and can’t wait to attend this exciting event. Just follow #bathartfair when you see it!
There have been many opinions expressed about the new living wall in the town centre, but we think it looks good, will attract visitors and, most importantly for our traffic congestion problems, reduces the co2 levels in the air.
Now… if you pick up a copy of Serena’s book ‘A Serene View of Bradford on Avon’ (copies available at SerenArts Gallery or on this website!), you will see that she was well ahead of her time when it comes to town planning. However, her idea of a living wall went considerably further than the new feature in Bradford on Avon…
Apologies for not posting earlier, but we feel like our feet haven’t touched the ground for the last couple of weeks! Serena and I have been working really hard to put together the stand at the Royal Bath & West Show this year… and it was brilliant!
As I mentioned in previous posts, we had a joint stand with fellow artist and friend Steve Hall. A massive thank you to Steve for all he has done towards this exciting venture… we couldn’t have done it without him. We would also like to thank and recommend the suppliers of the clip together board and lighting system that we used to hang the paintings. Clip (clipuk.com) in Warmley, near Bristol were excellent and the product worked a treat… thank you.
It was three very long and busy days and we had a fantastic time. There were huge crowds on all three day so lots of new leads, brochures given out and, rather nicely, sales too! (Oh, and a fair bit of fudge consumed too!).
What we didn’t sell at the Show is now hanging back at our gallery and Serena is full of enthusiasm and already painting again.
We are very excited and working feverishly towards the Bath & West in just 2 weeks! Serena and Steve have been painting up a storm and most of their work is now at the framers… nothing like cutting it fine!
The promotional stationary and posters have been printed and are ready and we can’t wait to get going…
We will be setting up in the Exmoor Hall at the show ground in Shepton Mallet on the Wednesday and then open from 9am to 6pm on the Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th June.
We’re all looking forward to a busy jubilee long weekend.
Well it was all happening down at Barton Farm this morning…
An early start to wake up Jack and then everyone headed off down into town for more fun and festivities at the Green Man Festival. Why not pop in and visit Jackie and Karen’s stall in Westbury Gardens? There will be more going on around the Tithebarn Workshops this afternoon with dancing and music.