Friday 17th – Sunday 26th June 10-4pm daily.

Roper Gallery at Bath Artists’ Studios.

Private View Opening Night – Friday 17th June 6-9.30pm, all welcome

Sybille Hennig is a Bath-based artist and this exhibition is a lively, witty and gloriously busy retrospective of her paintings, drawings and linocuts from the 1970s up to the present day.

Born in Berlin, Sybille then moved to South Africa where she received an MA in Fine Art from Rhodes University then went on to lecture at Port Elizabeth Technikon and the University of Fort Hare.

Sybille moved to the UK in 2007 and her work has been featured at 44AD in Bath and as part of Art of the Heart at the Royal United Hospital.

In her own words: “I plunder my sketch books which are in the nature of a diary. I incorporate what Dylan Thomas called ‘the backyard lock-up of my mind’, countless images which often come to me by surprise. As a result of this process, my images can be rather crowded, but I like it that way.”

h-based artist and this exhibition is a lively, witty and gloriously busy retrospective of her paintings, drawings and linocuts from the 1970s up to the present day.

Born in Berlin, Sybille then moved to South Africa where she received an MA in Fine Art from Rhodes University then went on to lecture at Port Elizabeth Technikon and the University of Fort Hare.

Sybille moved to the UK in 2007 and her work has been featured at 44AD in Bath and as part of Art of the Heart at the Royal United Hospital.

In her own words: “I plunder my sketch books which are in the nature of a diary. I incorporate what Dylan Thomas called ‘the backyard lock-up of my mind’, countless images which often come to me by surprise. As a result of this process, my images can be rather crowded, but I like it that way.”

Sunny Interior – oil on canvas