Future Exhibitions

Morfydd Ransom-Hall

Was It Wet That Year?

5 May to 16 June 2018
Ruralist Room

Observations and Reflections on Cwm Ystwyth
Climate and weather impact upon the landscape season by season – sometimes violent sometimes gentle. Humans endeavour to dominate this environment, an activity that leaves its mark. Morfydd concentrates on the Anthropocene especially the Climate of the British Isles. The main work in this exhibition uses data collected by a ‘weather station’ at Cwmystwyth.



Rhodri Owen

To the Quick

2 June to 23 June 2018
Sculture Space

Rhodri’s hand-crafted furniture pieces are juxtaposed with pieces transformed by groups across Wales, supported by artists Manon Awst, Rebecca F. Hardy, Christine Mills, Llŷr Alun Jones, Bill Swann, Lisa-marie Tann, Catrin Williams, Pip Woolf and Kirstin Claxton. Marked, coloured, gouged or disjointed – these pieces express how life experiences leave their mark on us all.



Deirdre McKenna

Oileáin / Ynysoedd
From Dingle to Machynlleth

23 June to 4 August 2018
Ruralist Room

Deirdre McKenna spent a month on a residency exchange here in September 2017. Her work is influenced by the traditions of her home in the South West of Ireland. As a native Irish speaker she was interested in exploring the connections between Wales and Ireland through the language and other cultural links. This exhibition is a result of that exploration.



Lisa Eurgain Taylor

Beyond the World

23 June to 4 August 2018
Foyer

This exhibition is a series of paintings existing somewhere between reality and fantasy. They are imaginary, otherworldly and mystic places, but have been inspired by the striking mountains of Snowdonia. The paintings convey positivity and hope as light penetrates intensely through the shadows.



Tabernacle Collection

7 July to 11 August 2018
Sculpture Space

A selection of sculptures from our own collection.



Tabernacle Art Competition

7 July to 30 August 2018
Pulpit Room, Owen Owen Gallery and Bridge

To mark the 50th anniversary of Alan Garner’s novel, and the publication of the Welsh adaption of the novel in March, this year’s competition themes are based on ‘The Owl Service’.
The annual open competition attracts entries from around the world. The exhibition is selected by expert judges who also award prizes. Awards from the public are presented at the end of the show, so come in and vote!



Petals and Claws

Revisiting The Owl Service fifty years on

7 July to 4 August 2018
Tannery Gallery

Petals and Claws is an exhibition which celebrates the 50th anniversary of Cheshire writer Alan Garner’s The Owl Service, a children’s classic, based on the story of Blodeuwedd, a woman turned into an owl in the medieval Welsh story cycle The Mabinogion.
The participating artists are: Liz Ellis (sculpture), Jenny Ryrie (painting), David Heke (photography and video), Chris Tally Evans (music/soundscape), Bettina Langlois (fine art upholstery), Anna Wigley (poetry and prose).



Tabernacle Collection

11 August to 22 September 2018
Ruralist Room

A selection of works from our own collection.



Matthew Wood

A Sense of Place

11 August to 22 September 2018
Foyer

A response to the publication: Wales’s Best One Hundred Churches by T.J.Hughes. A Sense of Place is a painterly depiction of this inspiring and evocative subject. Focusing on the Mid Wales section of the book, Matthew Wood has produced each painting on location and in one sitting.



Tabernacle Collection & Gerald Dewsbury

The Sea

11 August to 9 September 2018
Tannery Gallery

As 2018 is Visit Wales’ ‘Year of the Sea’, this exhibition showcases works from our collection that have a maritime theme. Also shown are vivid, detailed paintings by Gerald Dewsbury.



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