25 April – 30 May 2015

Solo show of collages and prints by Ed Kluz featuring new work based on the landmark buildings and views in and around Bath. With an accompanying display of one-off glazed terracotta vessels by Silvia K Ceramics.

The gallery is delighted to be presenting Ed Kluz’s work in Bath this spring.  Inspired by the rich architectural history of Bath and Somerset, Ed has created a new body of work to be showcased in the first of his solo exhibitions this year.  New collages, scraperboards and prints will feature along with selected works from Ed’s recent series of magnificent large-scale collages ‘The Lost House Revisited’ and a collection of his distinctive fabric designs.

Expect refreshing perspectives of the city and depictions of iconic buildings such as Pulteney Bridge, Beckford’s Tower and the Holburne Museum, seen through the eyes of an artist who finds fascination in the eccentric, the lost and overlooked aspects of our cultural heritage.

Ed Kluz is an artist, illustrator and printmaker, based in East Sussex. His work explores contemporary perceptions of the past through the reimagining of historic landscapes, buildings and objects. Find out more about Ed Kluz’s work on his website.

Read an online article about Ed Kluz in The Edition


Open Sunday 26 April: 11 am – 4 pm
Friday 15 May: until 9 pm Bath Party in the City
During the International Music Festival:
Open Sunday 17 May:  11 am – 4 pm
Open Sunday 24 May:  11 am – 4 pm

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