Author: Pegasus Art

New Art Talks at Pegasus Art

New Art Talks at Pegasus Art

We are delighted to introduce Art Talks at Pegasus Art ~ it seemed an obvious opportunity to share our suppliers and artists knowledge with you! At the end of last year we refurbished the enormous space under the eaves of our handsome 17th century mill […]

Select Art Trail 2019

Select Art Trail 2019

Meet artists at work – buy original artwork – shop with 10% off – enjoy Art Talks – join a workshop…..all at Pegasus Art this year! We look forward to the Select Art Trail every year in early May, the sun is beginning to shine […]

Artist Sally Muir shares her love of the Bath Society of Artists Open Exhibition

Artist Sally Muir shares her love of the Bath Society of Artists Open Exhibition

I’ve been a member of the Bath Society of Artists for about five years, before that I submitted work fairly regularly, sometimes I got in sometimes I didn’t, but I always went to see the exhibition and always enjoyed it. It’s a terrific cross-section of […]

When Degas fell in love with monotype printing

When Degas fell in love with monotype printing

A short blog to accompany our Life Drawing mono printing workshop with Steve Dixon on 13th April 2019. Edgar Degas first encountered monotype in the mid 1870’s and was immediately enthralled by it’s improvisational and spontaneous effects from a relatively simple process. Senior curator at […]

A short history of Griffin Mill

A short history of Griffin Mill

Makers Spaces – Pegasus Art written for Good on Paper magazine by Sarah Edmonds If I had a pound for every time one of our customers said, “Pegasus Art has a lovely atmosphere,” I’d be rich! It really does have a warm and welcoming character, […]

A printmakers view of Katsushika Hokusai ‘The restless artist’

A printmakers view of Katsushika Hokusai ‘The restless artist’

The Restless Artist by Rod Nelson Published in Resurgence Journal, May 2017 ­­ Often the greatest artists make it easy for almost anyone to appreciate their work. Their work seems ‘natural’. Although a lengthy intellectual and aesthetic apprenticeship may be required to fully appreciate such […]