Can a sketchpad get in an art exhibition?

Portrait drawings in the annual 44AD Artspace Associate Artists exhibition

The beginning of a new year for most of us indicates a new start, with new goals, ambitions and efforts to move our life a step forward. Certainly, you have thought about your next moves during 2020 and even if you haven’t got a “New Year’s Resolution” in place, you probably have a rough idea of the most important things you would like to achieve. For me, 2020 is starting with an exciting art event.

Following the excitement of an interview with BBC Radio Bristol (watch below) about my lunch time portrait sketching, now my sketch book visits 44AD Artspace in Bath, for the annual Associate Artists exhibition 2020 “Material World”.

When and where the exhibition takes place

The exhibition official opening is scheduled for Thursday 9 January 2020 from 18:00-20:00 in 44AD Artspace. This can be found on 4 Abbey Str. Bath. The exhibition will remain open until 26th of January. The organisers manage to impress us every time with their creative presentation ideas, event organisation and of course curatorial choices. I am personally looking forward to seeing the work on show by the other associate artists and hearing what their plans are for the new year.

It will certainly be a very interesting selection of works and having the creators there to discuss about their art is very exciting. I would be very happy to meet any of you visiting the exhibition on Thursday.

Audience and artists attending the recent Christmas exhibition in 44AD Artspace, Bath UK.

More information

For information on the annual Associate Artists exhibition Material World, as well as the parallel exhibition The House that Painting built, or on how to become an associate member of the Artspace, please visit the website of 44AD Artspace directly.

Above: some of my portrait drawings. Learn more, reading my recent article.

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2 thoughts on “Can a sketchpad get in an art exhibition?

  1. Thank you very much 🙂 i keep sketching people on the street. I believe you know the feeling of capturing the every day life around you…I saw your street photography. You have some great shots!


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