30 January – 20 February 2016

Closing exhibition & online gallery launch

This show marks the end of Quercus’ time in our lovely gallery space at No. 1 Queen Street.  QG will be closing doors in Bath at the end of February for a maternity leave sabbatical. Please join us to celebrate the last three years and also see the launch of our new online shop:

Final day: Saturday 20 February 10.30 – 6pm

A mixed discipline exhibition Quercus Collections features work by many of our gallery artists, including…
Elisabeth Barry, Christopher Binding,
Helen Booth, Dean Byass, Henrietta Corbett, Megan Collins, Vanessa Gardiner, Debbie George, Emmeline Hastings, Fionna Hesketh, Sally James, Ed Kluz Fabric Designs,
Susan Laughton, Rhiannon Lewis, Ann Little, Chie Mannami, Heather McDermott,
Alex McIntyre, Adrian Mitchell, Sally Muir,
Karen Parker, Viki Pearce, Sandra Porter, Penny Price, Fran Regan, Nicola Tassie,
Emma Teale, Gillian Thompson, Jessica Turrell, Matt Waite and Richard J S Young.

Amongst this line-up will be new collections of paintings by Helen Booth, Susan Laughton and Sally Muir along with new porcelain necklaces by Elisabeth Barry and new jewellery collections by Heather McDermott, Karen Parker and Chie Mannami. Having introduced many interesting artists to a Bath audience over the past three years we are delighted that our final show maintains this trait by presenting work by textile designer
Heather Shields and Emily Kidson Jewellery, both new to the gallery.

Whilst this will be our last exhibition in our present space on Queen Street, Quercus Gallery will continue curating collections of contemporary art and craft, available to browse and buy online.

Our newly launched SHOP comprises work by many artists from the gallery’s existing portfolio and will also feature new artists.  We are planning some events for 2016/2017 including our annual ADORN jewellery showcase to be housed in a new venue.  As the gallery evolves, please keep in touch and follow our progress online and we look forward to seeing you at exhibitions again in the future.