Exhibition Schedule

For the moment, the Gallery is open to the public every Wednesday and Saturday between 11am and 3pm.

 

 

We welcome enquires from artists looking for an exhibition space.  Please click here to read more or contact us on exhibitions@bahc.co.uk

Current or Upcoming Exhibitions

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Nature's Treasures

A must see exhibition of wildlife art and portraiture.

Pastels, pencil, acrylics and gouache are some of the many techniques used to create stunning pictures.

By award winning artist, Mark Mannering.

5th June - 28th August 2021

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Habitat

A stunning exhibition of textile art using varied textile techniques including quilting, weaving, felting, stitch, machine/hand embroidery, dyeing and shibori.

Exhibiting artists: Joanne Bowes, Stephanie Edwards, June Faulkner, Linda Gifford, Frances Green, Clare Harris, Jackie Hodgson, Lucy Sugden, Jackie Uphill

10th October 2020 - 9th January 2021

Previous Exhibitions

Into the Wild

​A stunning collection of wildlife photographs by Daniel Trim and a new portfolio

from popular local artist Karen Mangold

10th January - 12th April

Mixed Media

​Ian and Bridget Mattingly will exhibit a range of works inspired by landscapes and seascapes.  A range of watercolours, prints, collages and other mixed media techniques will be presented.

October 2019 - January 2020

Open Studios

Each year we like to be one of the hosts for Hertfordshire Open Studios and are delighted to welcome Lucy Sugden, Mike Rollins, Paul Hillary, and Dawn Dominic to the Centre for September 2019.  

They will be working in the Gallery during September and will also give demonstrations, talks and workshops. Please drop in and view / ask questions.  

 

Lucy Sugden - Woven Tapestries 

Mike Rollins - Fine Art

Paul Hillary - Abstract Art

Dawn Dominic - Sculpture

7th - 29th September

Fine Art Exhibition

Audrey Imber and Sandy Campbell present a stunning selection of abstract fine art paintings inspired by landscapes of varying kinds.

"The landscape is always the starting point for my work and with photography, drawing, oil and acrylic I aim to capture the ‘essence’ of a location, to show how a place feels as well as looks" (Audrey Imber)

10th May - 18th August

Altered Perception

A collection of original paintings by David Gale and Kimberley Bevan which explore scale and alternative view points from the artist’s individual perspective.  From oil paintings to watercolour and sketchbook studies, the exhibition examines the wonder of both the everyday and more unusual views that have been captured by the artists’ imagination. 

27th April - 20th July 2018

1,2,3 Batik!

A stunning exhibition of Batiks by Angela Lenman, Christine Watson, and Isobel Larcome. 

Batiks are works of Art formed through the multi-layering of wax and colour dyes. 

19th January - 19th April 2018

Retrospective Exhibition

Come see a selection of abstract works by celebrated artist, Jacky Lee.  Jacky uses a combination of oils and acrylic paints on canvas...  "a slow cumulative process of layering, scraping, glazing, obscuring and revealing.” Jacky Lee (1946 - 2011)

14th October 2017 - 13th January 2018

Herts Open Studios

Adele Pearce, Audrey Imber, and Hazel Godrey exhibit a range of mixed media paintings and sculpture.  During the month of the exhibition, the artists will be working at the Arts & Heritage Centre Gallery so please come see them in action.  

Exhibition will have extended opening hours - Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10am - 4pm.

Runs 9th September - 1st October 2017

Community Art

Exhibiting a variety of works by Local Baldock Art Groups (Community Centre & BAHC Art Group) using a range of media. 

Runs 27th May - 29th July 2017

Black and White Photography

Dave Shrimpton will be presenting a series of stunning black and white photos using vintage cameras and associated processing techniques.  Dave revives technology from the past and explores its relevance in the modern world.   Dave is an award winning photographer with recent exhibits at the OXO Tower, London.

Running 4th February - Mid May 2017

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