Is your face on a wall at Bath's Royal United Hospital?
If you should happen to be up at the Royal United Hospital in Bath you may catch a glimpse of someone you know – on the wall.
This autumn the Royal United Hospital, Bath, brings together two exhibitions that celebrate the diversity and beauty of Bath – both the people living in it and the natural world.
Bath Area Network for Artists (BANA) is a network of established and emerging artists who are committed to developing their professional practice through connecting their creativity.
Their exhibition The Nature of Things explores places, spaces and processes in the natural landscape and the natural world and will alter the atmosphere and colour of the corridors considerably through its vibrant and varied show of paintings and prints, featuring elements experienced on land and sea through observations large and small.
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Continuing to explore and recognise our everyday world is a three year project entitled Faces of Bath by portrait painters Malcolm Ashman, R Scott Fraser and Ben Hughes.
The project sets out to celebrate the slightly lesser well known face of Bath and places the focus on the people of Bath rather than the Georgian buildings admired the world over.
The exhibition which has been programmed as a series of pop-up exhibitions fills the corridors spaces with faces of its people as well inviting new audiences into the cultural life of the city.
As with all exhibitions at the RUH, entry is free.
Access to the main corridors is available from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week, making it one of the most accessible galleries in the country.