Pete Monaghan

Coastal Structures

24 February to 28 April 2018
Ruralist Room

This exhibition of paintings is based around coastal structures that are potentially affected by climate change. Sketching around the coast of Cardigan Bay, Pete Monaghan has looked at caravans and cabins, piers, jetties, beach huts and fisherman’s huts… and an ice cream van.

Kate Pasvol

Refraction and Reflection

24 February to 28 April 2018
Ruralist Room

After a career in architecture and teaching, Kate Pasvol has returned to her family roots in this exhibition of landscapes in glass. Her work, made of single and multiple glass blocks containing three dimensional images, reflects the wonderful Welsh landscape. The subjects are based on images and memories of her own walks in Wales.

Tabernacle Collection

24 February to 16 June 2018

An exhibition of works selected from our own collection.

Clive Hicks-Jenkins

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

17 March to 23 June 2018
Pulpit Room & Owen Owen Gallery

This exhibition celebrates the completion of Clive Hicks-Jenkins’ fourteen-print series based on Simon Armitage’s 2007 translation of the medieval poem, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. As well as the prints, there are sketches, maquettes and paintings on the theme drawn from the artist’s archive and private collections. The prints have been produced and published by the Penfold Press. The exhibition is accompanied by a text from art writer and curator James Russell.

Open Eyes

24 March to 23 June 2018
Tannery Gallery

This exhibition explores, through the art collection made over the past fifty years by Lindsay Evans, the role of private purchasers in supporting visual culture. Lindsay Evans says he looked at art with open eyes and ‘succumbed to urge and impulse.’ The exhibition emphasises his interests in sense of place, industrial communities and significant Welsh artists. Among the artists represented are Brenda Chamberlain, Alfred Janes, Ceri Richards, Mollie Winterburn and Ernest Zobole.

Kyffin Williams


24 March to 23 June 2018

An exhibition from our own Tabernacle Collection to mark 100 years since the birth of Kyffin Williams who was a great supporter of this Museum.
Born in Llangefni, Anglesey, he became known for his distinctive use of thick oil paint applied with a palette knife along with his Welsh subject matter.

Jo Naden

The Sands of Time

24 March to 26 May 2018
Sculture Space

Landscape and our relationship to it, both individually and through our collective history is the basis of Jo’s practice. Inspired by the rugged stony quality of the interior of the Sculpture Space and its location on the western seaboard of Wales, itself a landscape abundant with evidence of our own prehistory, Jo has created a new work especially for the space. Shown alongside this are her small-scale sculptures.

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