Christopher Hall


28 January 2017 to 25 March 2017

This selling exhibition of paintings of Wales, France and Italy (Christopher’s wife, Maria, comes from Recanati) celebrates a long friendship with this much-loved, Slade-trained, artist. Christopher Hall’s parents had a house designed by Clough Williams-Ellis which is how Christopher first came to know and love Wales.

Fay Godwin

The Drovers’ Roads of Wales and Other Photographs

11 February 2017 to 01 April 2017
Ruralist & Pulpit Rooms

Photographer, Fay Godwin (1931 – 2005) became one of Britain’s most important landscape photographers. She is best known in Wales for her work with author Shirley Toulson on the book, The Drovers’ Roads of Wales. In the Pulpit Room: a selection of her original photographs, first exhibited to launch the book in 1977, celebrate 40 years since its publication. In the Ruralist Room: new photographic prints made from her original negatives, loaned by The British Library and chosen by people who knew and worked with her, concentrate on her later documentary landscape work.

Fay Godwin’s influence on the practices of other landscape photographers is explored in a parallel exhibition at Pen’rallt Gallery Bookshop.

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John Lavrin

Down South – Dalmatian Days

18 February 2017 to 01 April 2017

Paintings by John Lavrin from his time on the Dalmatian Coast in the 1950s.

Stephen West RCA

Outside my Window – is a Tree

18 February 2017 to 01 April 2017
Owen Owen Gallery

Stephen West RCA is an artist, lecturer and curator based in Llangadfan. These works date from the last three years and express the personal experience of an artist confronted by rural life in Wales and France, along with the changing political and local world.

15 March – 12 Noon
Midday Market Day: Meet the Artist

Tabernacle Collection

Gift of the Artist

18 February 2017 to 22 April 2017
Tannery Gallery

The Tabernacle Collection has over three hundred works, most of them with a Welsh connection. Many have been donated by the artists and this exhibition is our way of saying ‘thank you’.

Andrew Logan

Cosmic Egg

18 February 2017 to 22 April 2017
Sculpture Space

Andrew Logan belongs to a unique school of British eccentrics; he challenges convention, mixes media and plays with our artistic values. His work is the art of popular poetry and metropolitan glamour. Cosmic Egg is one of the star exhibits from his museum in Berriew.

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