There’s A New Exhibition in Town & You Might Recognise the Name!

 

Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution is nothing but not a community in its own right and many of you will know Paul Browne who works pretty tirelessly on our behalf from his day-to-day work running the Bath Royal Building. Many of you will not be aware however that he leads a double life as an artist. If not, this autumn gives you the chance to acquaint yourself with his work through his exhibition, Lunch Usually Consists of a Sandwich of Thin Bread: The Dining Room Table Years (2021-2020) being held at the Bath Museum at Work.

The exhibition is a retrospective of visual, sound, and live art containing 21 artworks taken from a body of work produced over the last decade, plus 2 new pieces situated in the really magical setting of the Museum of Bath at Work. These semi-auto-biographical works deal with ideas of failure, time, loss, and memory within the small poetry of everyday life, and we hope you will visit the show not only because you know and would like to support the artist but because they are themes that are universal and touch us all. Further information on the show can be found here. 

Visit Paul’s Website

Read Paul’s Writing

Image taken from Paul’s website.

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