This year is my Solo Exhibition: LUX – AN EXHIBITION OF LIGHT
Featuring luminous watercolours inspired by the elusive quality of light.
@ 44AD Artspace, 4 Abbey St, Bath BA1 1NN next to Abbey Square.
Wednesday 21 October – 5-8 Opening night by appointment. Please book here.
Thursday 22 October – 11 – 6
Friday 23 October – 11 – 6
Saturday 24 October – 11 – 6
Sunday 25 October – 11 – 3
It would be lovely to see you for a chat and a coffee/wine. Please phone 07891 409490 or click here to tell me when you would like to visit or if you are shielding.
Visiting will be socially distanced and please remember to bring a face mask – thank you!
Society of Women Artists
As a member of the Society of Women Artists, I regularly exhibit at our annual exhibition. This year our 159th Annual Exhibition at London’s Mall Galleries has been replaced with a virtual exhibition. View and purchase paintings from the virtual exhibition from 22nd September 2020. Closes 30th December 2020.
Link to Society of Women Artists website.
Combe Down Art Trail, Bath – Sat 12 September 2020:
The physical Combe Down Art Trail has sadly had to be cancelled this year, however it is being replaced with a virtual Facebook event on Saturday 12 September. Click here to go to my Facebook page ( @catherinebealeart )
Art Trail News:
Cam Valley Art Trail Sat 31 October – Sun 8 November 2020:
This is a great group and they are holding a virtual art trail in November. I am excited to be posting new work and organising a virtual workshop to tie in with the event. https://www.camvalleyartstrail.co.uk/catherine-beale.html
Widcombe Art Trail, Bath: Unfortunately June’s Widcombe Art Trail is cancelled this year.
Wylye Valley Art Trail, Wiltshire/Dorset 1-9 May 2021:
Sadly I can’t make the WVAT next year due to a change in dates. The trail will be taking place in May with studios and barns creating a gorgeous trail throughout the countryside around the Wiltshire/Dorset border. Well worth a visit.
2019 elected Member of Society of Women Artists
2013-2020 Society of Women Artists (SWA) Mall Galleries, London
2014 elected Associate SWA
2013 SWA Award Winner – Editor’s Choice, The Artist Magazine
2007, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2018, 2019 Bath Society of Artists, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.
May 2018 Bath Art Fair, Bath.
Dec 2018-March 2019 Circle Bath
June 2018 Colour Pop-up Art Fair, York Street, Bath
Oct-Nov 2017 Artist Exhibition, Imagianation Gallery, Bath
Sept 2016 Solo Exhibition 44AD Gallery, Bath
2012-2015 Owner: Catherine Beale Studio/Gallery, Widcombe Parade, Bath
2013-2017, 2019 Widcombe Art Trail, Bath
2014-2019 First-View Gallery, Stourhead, Wiltshire
Sept 2017-2019 Combe Down Art Trail
March-Sept 2016 Solo exhibition, South corridor Royal United Hospital, Bath
Pre-selected Royal Society of Portrait Painters
2013 Saatchi Showdown (online) – painted faces
2012 Royal Watercolour Society, Bankside Gallery, London
2011 Institute of Painters in Water Colour, Mall galleries; Royal West of England Academy Bristol
2011 Trowbridge Gallery, Castle Cary
2010 Holburne Portrait Prize, exhibition finalist, Bath
2010 Lions of Bath Sculpture Project (for Principal Investments), Bath
2008-10 Art for Life, Bath
2008 King Bladud’s Pigs Sculpture Project (for Bath Audi/Wellow School), Bath
2008 Royal Bath & West Show, Somerset
2005 solo exhibition – the Courtyard, Kuala Lumpur
1999 solo exhibition – CHIJMES, Singapore
1998 solo exhibition – British High Commission Residence Singapore
2018 Solo Exhibition Press release:
atmospherics – luminous new works by Catherine Beale ASWA:
Award-winning Bath-based painter Catherine Beale’s solo exhibition bursts with colour and luminosity. It is a celebration of the power of modern paints and a year of dramatic weather over our City – from towering shadows of thunder storms to the long, hot summer and holiday jets tracking vapour trails across clear skies.
Also featuring are her latest portraits fresh from the Society of Women Artists exhibition at London’s Mall Galleries where she is an Associate member. Catherine is grateful to kind clients who have loaned back a few of her commissioned portraits of loved ones just for the show.
Catherine says “ I really want to convey the excitement of “fast and loose” watercolours. New paints are like ink in their intensity and can be applied onto all sorts of surfaces. By dropping running paints into water, I mingle then together naturally, with surprising results. I now use intense paints from the US which contain minerals such as Hematite and Amethyst. They channel like rivers across the surface.”
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