An artistic update in the RUH’s South Corridor!

Inner Landscape

Watercolour Paintings by Catherine Beale

Catherine is primarily a watercolour painter, interested in pushing the use of watercolour pigments as far as possible. She observes the relaxed landscape forms of the deep coombes and fields around her home on the edge of Bath to experiment with the medium and create what she terms “gravity paintings”.


Magic Moments

Mixed Media Paintings by Annette Burkitt

The paintings for Magic Moments are inspired by the hospital and Thomas Hardy’s poem, The Self-Unseeing:

“Childlike, I danced in a dream;

Blessings emblazoned that day;

Everything glowed with a gleam:

Yet we were looking away!”

Annette uses colour and shape to emphasise the joining point of reality and dream world, where magical things can happen amongst ordinary daily activities.

Bath Canal by Catherine Beale

Bath Canal by Catherine Beale

Bath Dreaming by Catherine Beale

Bath Dreaming by Catherine Beale

The White Cat by Annette Burkitt

The White Cat by Annette Burkitt

Pomegranates by Annette Burkitt

Pomegranates by Annette Burkitt

Dates: 4th March – 4th July 2016

Venue: Art at the Heart of the RUH, South Corridor Gallery (Zone C) , Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NG

Opening Times: Mon-Sun 8am-8pm
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Wildscreen’s Fragile, RPS Members Exhibition and Alastair Chalmers photography continues in the central corridor until 2nd June 2016.

Forever Friends and Friends of the RUH help support the funding of the Art at the Heart programme at the RUH. Donations received by the art charity go directly into maintaining and continuing the broad range of award winning arts projects on offer at the hospital.

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