Glenn Morris


7 May to 13 August 2016
Sculpture Space

‘Anthropocene’ is a sculptural response, by artist Glenn Morris, to the very real and enormous impact man has on the environment and the future of mankind itself. Three massive figures made of reclaimed materials will occupy the Sculpture Space, two of which have been made for this exhibition.

Jacob Buckland

Line and Colour

11 June to 23 July 2016
Foyer Gallery

This is Jacob Buckland’s first exhibition at MOMA Wales showing paintings especially created for this show. His work reflects personal observations and feelings about a place, focusing on rural Welsh landscape and nature, and has an intriguing ephemeral quality.

Wynne Jenkins

Summer Canvases

25 June to 10 September 2016
Ruralist Room

Through his painting Wynne Jenkins takes the opportunity to transform ‘everyday’ scenes into an art form – the timelessness of Wales’ seascapes and mountains artistically unfold. He prefers the challenge of the palette knife, rather than the brush “to express with precision the emotional response to nature.”. Joint exhibition with Meic Watts.

Meic Watts

Water and Ice, Hammer and Chisel

25 June to 10 September 2016
Ruralist Room

Meic Watts is a stonecarver and artist whose workshop is in Penrhyndeudraeth, North Wales. He works with what has already been shaped by ice and water, finding forms within from nature and the surrounding landscape. These are then polished to reveal the different types of stone hidden beneath the weathered surface. Joint exhibition with Wynne Jenkins.

Soul of Wales

09 July to 29 October 2016
Tannery Gallery

The Soul of Wales… a selection from The Tabernacle Collection evocative of Wales. Including works by Cefyn Burgess, Aneurin Jones, Peter McNally and Christine Mills.

Tabernacle Art Competition

09 July to 01 September 2016
Pulpit Room, Owen Owen Gallery & Bridge

The competition theme this year is part of the ‘Coleridge in Wales’ festival, a series of events taking place throughout Wales from May to August 2016.

Adult Theme: Any line or lines from ‘Frost at Midnight’ by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Under 18 Theme: Open Theme.

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