Over 230 paintings, drawings & sculpture from over 90 committed amateur & professional artists. All work is for sale.
We are delighted to have an additional 10 professional guest artists joining us in this exhibition by special invitation.
Please return for the exhibition from 15th August 2020
Check back here from 15th August for some of the finest art in the southwest from Bruton Art Society’s professional & amateur artist membership.
All work in the exhibition will have gone through a selection process & be for sale.
Members can submit work free – join here now
Art submission details Deadline 15th July 2020
Our Exhibition is to go ahead this August – our first online exhibition.
We’re really looking forward to receiving, selecting & showing our members’ work to what we anticipate will be a much wider audience.
Artist members, this year, can enter work for the exhibition without submission fees or having to pay commission on sales. In other words it will cost them nothing except time!
Thinking of joining us? We have about 230 members which include amateur & professional artists. Every August you will benefit from the chance to show work with what has become a popular & regionally respected art society. Membership costs just £15 per annum
Membership Form May 2020 Newsletter Programme 2020
This year’s most popular work in our 66th Annual Exhibition was
“RIver I” – a large oil painting by Anne Wills
Thank you to all visitors who took time to vote for their favourite piece.
Congratulations to Narnia Van Heerden who has received Bruton Art Society’s Award to a King’s School Pupil . We hear she has excelled at her A levels this year across the board and gained an A* in Art. Well done Narnia! You can see her work on the easel in our exhibition.
On Saturday 2 March a new art gallery opened in Castle Cary High Street. It is in the former premises of the Natwest Bank and is a branch of the David Simon Contemporary Gallery in Bath. Continue reading “Picasso’s Muse” in Castle Cary; A New gallery Opens.
Making Art Matter: Clifford & Rosemary Ellis Victoria ART Gallery, Bath, 8 September to 25 november 2018 | Normal admission charges apply Continue reading Making Art Matter: Clifford & Rosemary Ellis. Victoria Art Galllery Bath
Sacred Spaces is the title of BAS member Julie Jenkins’ exhibition for Somerset Art Week 15th to 30th September. It is open 11-6pm Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in her home no 2, the Old Police Station, South St., Wincanton BA9 9AZ.
Continue reading Julie Jenkins. Sacred Spaces 15-30th September.
Opening to the public on Saturday 18th and running until Saturday 25th 11-5 pm daily at the Kings’ School Bruton, our annual exhibition is an event not to be missed.
The exhibition is a great opportunity to enjoy the work of local artists and to purchase, cards, mounted but unframed work as well as the selected framed works. This makes it all a real opportunity to buy fine affordable art.
Committee members, helpers and judges have a quick lunch together during the key days when the selection , judging and hanging all came together.