Exhibitions

Tim Tozer

The Second Visit

05 November 2016 to 04 February 2017
Ruralist Room

Inspired by memories of growing up on the coast, Tim Tozer’s paintings capture the vitality, unpredictability and energy of life along a shoreline. They depict an inherent tension within human-to-human and human-to-nature relationships.



Christine Gittins

3D Showcase

05 November 2016 to 04 February 2017
Window

Christine Gittins ceramics are inspired by her South African background which influences her colours and shapes. Having worked from Llantristant for over 20 years, she is an established potter and member of the Makers Guild in Wales.



Christmas Selection

05 November 2016 to 21 January 2017
Foyer Gallery

A selection of original works by Welsh artists, specially chosen to make ideal Christmas gifts. Artists include Ian Phillips, Luned Rhys Parri and Elin Siân Blake.



Juan Gorriti

12 November 2016 to 04 February 2017
Tannery Gallery & Sculpture Space

This is the first UK exhibition of the work of Juan Gorriti. One of the Basque Country’s foremost living artists, he has always lived and worked in his native farming community, where he insists “the farmers are the real artists.” Primarily a wood sculptor, often on an enormous scale, he has exhibited world-wide. His work is being celebrated this year in a major retrospective in Donostia – San Sebastián, European Capital of Culture 2016. In partnership with Celtic Neighbours.

16 Nov, 12 pm – Midday Market Day Talk



Terence Lambert

The Works

26 November 2016 to 04 February 2017
Pulpit Room

An exhibition of wildlife paintings and drawings including many never before seen in public. Terence Lambert’s paintings are exquisitely detailed and capture the personality of the subject. Working from his studio in mid-Wales he exhibits throughout the world.

18 Jan 2017, 12 pm – Midday Market Day: Meet the Artist



Gordon Miles

Airport Series

03 December 2016 to 11 February 2017
Owen Owen Gallery

Gordon Miles began to paint his Airport series when he was looking for a new subject for his work. He wanted to represent both human advancement, in the technical sense, and also historical links to a modern way of life with which we were all very familiar: ‘a 21st century subject.’

7 Dec, 12 pm – Midday Market Day: Meet the Artist



Ann Williams

Maritime

03 December 2016 to 11 February 2017
Bridge

Ann Williams’ work conveys her sense of place rather than rendering her subjects in a literal way. Originally from South Wales, she has lived in Aberystwyth where she was an art teacher, for most of her adult life.



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