On show at Milsom Place until 31st October and hosted by Art Gallery SW, The Online Bath Art Exhibition is a unique showcase of the amazing amount of artistic talent found in the South West, in support of the wonderful work of the Children’s Hospice South West.
Endorsed on Instagram earlier this year by Hollywood star Jamie Lee Curtis, who considers art to be ‘the most healing agent I’ve ever known’, the exhibition is kindly sponsored by local businesses, McKenzie and Co. Financial Consultants and Winkworth Estate Agents.
This is your exclusive chance to view and purchase art from a carefully selected collection of local, established and emerging artists.
Featuring a vast array of subjects including figurative, still life, landscapes, and seascapes and mediums such as oils, acrylics, watercolour, collage, etchings, pastels and photography, there truly is something for everyone!
With over 60 artists taking part, all are committed to supporting Children’s Hospice South West, with 25% of the proceeds of art sold at the exhibition going to support this worthy charity.
The exhibition is open Monday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm.
Art Gallery SW is an online marketplace for original artwork which allows buyers to browse the finest local art whilst giving local artists a platform to exhibit their work on a regional scale. Their goal is to showcase the immense diversity of local artistic talent in one place.
Children’s Hospice South West is a registered charity that provides palliative, respite, end of life and bereavement care for life-limited and terminally ill children and their families from the South West England region.
“This is an unprecedented time for everyone. For the wonderful children and families that we support, there are a great many additional challenges because of fear, lockdown and isolation to name but a few.
Like all charities at the moment, most of our sources of income have all but dried up. We are very concerned about the future and our ability to raise money to ensure that we can continue to deliver the support services to our children and families. While we are appreciative of the initial support the Government has given to charities at this time, we are aware that this will only be for a limited period. Therefore, inevitably, raising the income needed to finance the running of the hospices will be hugely challenging in the coming months.”