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About Bath Art Fair

What’s an Art Fair?

If you’ve never visited an art fair before you’re in for a treat to the senses.

Peruse the professionally lit stands in a beautiful marquee at your leisure, stop for coffee and cake in our pop up cafe within the marquee whilst listening to the live music.

If you decide to buy, pay the artist direct (most take cards these days but bring your cheque book just in case!) and have your new purchase wrapped at our complimentary wrapping station.

100% of the money you pay for the work goes directly to the artist. The Bath Art Fair does not take a commission, but merely provides a platform for the artists.

The Essential Bits

Friday 11th May 6 to 9pm- Private View
This evening is an invite only affair, with fizz and a local celebrity as our guest of honour.
(please contact Alce as there may be some spare tickets nearer the time)
Saturday 12th May 10am to 6pm
Sunday 13th May 10am to 5pm.

Ticketskkk

£5 on the door (children and students FREE!).
Look out for the discounted ‘two for one’ adverts in the local press or pick up a flyer at the Farleigh Road Farm Shop.

Parking

There is ample FREE parking on grass. Please follow the signs. (Please do not park in front of the Farm Shop on the tarmac as this is reserved for Farm Shop customers.)

Access

The site and marquee has good disabled access with no steps. Disabled badge holders are welcome to use the hard standing car park in front of the Farm Shop.

Toilets

The toilets will be located just outside the marquee. Please refrain from using the Farm Shop’s facilities.

Artist working at Bath Art Fair
Paintings brought & Sold at Bath Art Fair

Dorothy House supported by Bath Art Fair , logo

Our Charity

Dorothy House Hospice Care supports patients and their families at the most challenging time of their lives…. dealing with a terminal illness.
Buy from our ‘Pre- Loved Art Stand’ with every single penny going to support Dorothy House Hospice.

Children

We welcome all children to our event. Let them marvel at what they could do with paint on the kitchen table or inspire them to draw the family cat!
For the older ones (5 years plus) there’s a free fun quiz to keep them occupied and get them looking (with a small prize….)

Alce Harfield's delightful kin at Bath Art Fair

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