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Three shows in Bath

"Triple Double - Nothing Lost On Me" (detail) - drawing by David Smith in graphite, Inktense pencil and acrylic on paper

“Triple Double – Nothing Lost On Me”
Graphite, Inktense pencil and acrylic on paper 560mm × 760mm

I am delighted to be showing work in three places in Bath. The work above, “Triple Double – Nothing Lost On Me”, was selected for the Bath Society of Artists Open Exhibition and is on display in excellent company at the Victoria Art Gallery until 15th July 2017. It’s a show that is well worth a look.

I was also selected for the Bath Open at 44AD, part of the Fringe Art Bath festival, where I am showing another erased/redacted work, “Are We Nearly There Yet”. That show finishes on Sunday 11th June. There are lots of very interesting shows, installations, performances and events on in Bath during FAB.

"Are We Nearly There Yet" - drawing by David Smith in ink and acrylic on paper

“Are We Nearly There Yet”
ink and acrylic on paper 560mm × 760mm

I am also represented in the slimmed-down version of “The Transformed Landscape” exhibition that was at The Brewhouse, Taunton, Somerset earlier in the year, which has now transferred to the Norman Foster-designed Circle Hospital, which has a regular programme of exhibitions, until December 2017.

"Cogden Tideline" mixed media on paper by David Smith

“Cogden Tideline”
Collage, watercolour and jetsam on Saunders Waterford Paper 559mm × 762mm