Theo Crutchley-Mack

The Lost Whaling Stations of the Sub-Antarctic

13 April to 22 June 2019
Pulpit Room

Theo Crutchley-Mack was invited to be artist in residence on the island of South Georgia which lies 900 miles southeast of the Falklands in the Sub-Antarctic. The island is home to the forgotten Whaling Industries active throughout the 19th century; clearly evident in the sizeable stations scattered along the coastline in ruin. Theo strives to record the obscure landscape, often abandoned and remote. Located over 7500 miles from home, these industrial landscapes were an idyllic inspiration to begin his most ambitious series of paintings to date.

The Welsh Group

The 70 Series: MOMA Machynlleth

04 May to 22 June 2019
Owen Owen Gallery & Bridge

The Welsh Group celebrates its seventieth anniversary with a book by David Moore and a series of shows throughout Wales.
The Welsh Group has provided a community for contemporary artists in Wales since 1948. The 35 members will be showing a variety of new works. Our long-standing member Islwyn Watkins died in December. His assemblages, celebrating the influence of the German refugee Kurt Schwitters, will be on show.

The Tabernacle Collection

Recent Acquisitions

04 May to 22 June 2019
Tannery Gallery

An opportunity to see works that have been added to our own Tabernacle Collection over the last few years.

Ian Jacob

Rock & BodySCAPE

11 May to 08 June 2019
Ruralist Room

New multi-media work by Ian Jacob, which includes photography and relief sculpture inspired by two major considerations.
The first – the black and white female nude studies of photographers Bill Brandt and Lucien Clergue. And the second – a selection of Pembrokeshire rocks.
The result – an organic cocktail of arresting and alternative images.

Keith Bayliss

Yo lo fi

11 May to 22 June 2019
Sculpture Space

For the artist Keith Bayliss, each exhibition is an opportunity to make new work. Yo lo fi/Fe welais i, in part, pays homage to a creative friendship between the artist and his long-time friend, the writer and teacher Malcolm Parr. This exhibition incorporates a collaborative sound element produced by the artist’s son the musician Joe Bayliss.

The Moon


11 May to 27 July 2019
Foyer Gallery

A selection of photos from NASA’s archive complemented by deep sky and lunar photography by Bob Winter, Andrew McCarthy and Robert Price.

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