Information for members can be found HERE


The Bath Society of Artists was founded in 1904 with twenty six foundation members.
Many distinguished 20th century painters have exhibited and taken an interest in the Bath Society of Artists including Walter Sickert, John Singer Sargent, P Wilson Steer, Gilbert Spencer, William Scott, Patrick Heron, Mary Feddon, Adrian Heath and David Inshaw.

October 25th at 7.30pm
Fay Stevens
'Senses of place'

Fay Stevens is an archaeologist, academic, curator, artist and writer. Her work is a process of excavation; an unravelling of layers of time, memory and substance. It is a philosophy of thinking and making focused on conceptual and experimental drawing, printmaking and performance writing. Specialising in the philosophy of phenomenology, her enquiry is concerned with trace, elements, fragmentation, the senses, inscription and corporeal interplay. Fay is a member of Bath Society of Artists, trustee and studio holder at Bath Artists’ Studios, committee member and curator for Fringe Arts Bath and associate artist at 44AD Artspace.


Over 100 years of history

The society is steeped in history, having been associated with many well known artists. On our history page you can read and view pictures of past exhibitions as well as find out more about the Bath Society of Artists in general.

Pictured right is Walter Sickert in 1939

Walter Sickert

Artists gallery

All members of the society can have work included on the artists gallery page
. There is no charge for this service. We can photograph your work for a nominal charge if you do not have digital images. (Bath area only)

For further information, click HERE