Most venues are also the artists' homes and offer a very personal insight into the artist and their work. Some have several artists and makers exhibiting together, demonstrations or offer refreshments. Please see map for details.
There are a few other special venues on the trail, too. Please click on the venue names to visit their websites. The Roper Gallery, Bath Artists' Studios: There will be three exhibitors from the trail showing in the Gallery space. Please note the studios and studio building are not open this weekend. Fairfield House:Fairfield House is the former residence of Emperor Haile Selassie I. Two museum rooms display a range of artifacts and information about the Emperor’s time in the city of Bath, and objects related directly to that history and connected to Ethiopia and Rastafari culture more generally. A temporary exhibition space showcases inspiring, contemporary artwork exploring related themes, for a duration of approximately four months, and is a great place to view work by up-and-coming artists as well as established names. Frontier Picture Frames: Work by two artists. Methodist Church Hall: Work by several artists. Newbridge Primary School: Featuring an exhibition of work by the school children, their teacher and other trail artists.