7th - 10th November 2019
Following the success of the summer Pop-up Exhibition, Modern ArtBuyer and Rostra Gallery are joining forces for the second time in a unique, festive, collaboration to showcase a carefully curated collection of contemporary artworks from a selection of emerging and establishing artists. The perfect opportunity to start your Christmas shopping early for any art lovers in your life!
Modern ArtBuyer and Rostra Gallery will bring together a selection of prints, original paintings and sculptures with new works from both local and national artists. Limited edition prints by the renowned Sir Peter Blake, digital artist Chuck Elliott and collage artist Maria Rivans will be on show alongside paintings by established painters Paul Bennett, Elaine Jones and Jonathan Stewardson as well as abstract paintings by Kirsten Eades and distinctive works in paper by Helen Burgess.
For one weekend only, find them in The Gainsborough Bath Spa hotel boasting an artisitic heritage of its own being named after the 18th-century Bath resident and celebrated artist Sir Thomas Gainsborough. The light and airy Chapel in the hotel will once again play host to this unique pop up with its beautiful tented ceiling and classic period architecture.
Modern ArtBuyer is a curated online gallery showcasing works from some of today’s most exciting and respected artists. Gallery Director, Jessica Lloyd-Smith also offers an art consultancy service to help clients source the perfect artwork for their space, choosing from a broad portfolio of personally selected, original and limited edition artworks.
Founded in 1997 and now owned by Emma Birts, Rostra Gallery is dedicated to showing affordable, contemporary artworks to suit all budgets. With an impressive selection of both well-known and emerging artists, the gallery specialises in limited edition prints alongside original paintings, sculpture, ceramics, craft, papercut, jewellery and a popular bespoke framing service. Rostra Gallery is known for its friendly and welcoming style, championing their ‘art for everyone’ ethos.