The REAL Bath Prize Gallery
What is the REAL Bath Prize about?
This art competition is your chance to help create a picture of the REAL Bath, not just Pulteney Bridge, the Royal Crescent and Bath Abbey – this is about the places that the real people of Bath live, work and play in – the little places, the ugly places, the neglected places even the, dare we say it, modern places.
When you enter the REAL Bath Prize you will be allocated your location from which to create your masterpiece. Who knows, it could be ‘The Railway Arches behind Esso on Lower Bristol Road’, ‘Bath Police Station, Manvers Street’, ‘The Ex DHSS building St James Street West’ or ‘The Sports Centre’? One thing is for certain it won’t be a part of Bath you are used to seeing on a picture postcard.
The WINNER of the REAL Bath Art Prize 2011 is Simon Clarke with his work entitled 'Royal Snow Hill' featuring the pillars from the Royal Crescent and Regency wallpaper with the pattern of the street lights from the Snow Hill estate. This gallery contains pictures of many of the REAL Bath Art Prize final entries ... Thank you to everyone for entering and for your enthusiasm and also for letting us show your work at the final exhibition during Fringe Week. To register interest for 2012 please email email@example.com