Future Exhibitions

Dick Evans

Welsh Chapels

01 April 2017 to 20 May 2017
Foyer

Dick Evans is from St Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire. He uses a combination of drawing and collographs to produce the effects in his work. Chapels are one of his favourite subjects. His style relies partly on accurate drawing skills, learned as an Architect, and partly on a free style of printmaking.



Beate Gegenwart

Always Water

08 April 2017 to 17 June 2017
Ruralist Room

Beate Gegenwart uses enamel on steel along with laser cutting, etching and 3-D printing for her sculptures. The heat of the laser slightly deforms steel giving unexpected results. Her work focuses on questions relating to place, location and, by extension, dislocation and movement, especially the continuous movement of water.

7 June – 12 Noon
Midday Market Day: Meet the Artist



Roger Cecil

Inside the Studio

08 April 2017 to 24 June 2017
Pulpit Room, Owen Owen Gallery & Bridge

Since he died in 2015, Roger Cecil has been described as one of the greatest artists Wales has produced. This exhibition has been organised in conjunction with the Roger Cecil estate and gives an insight into the artist’s studio and working methods as well as showing a selection of his best work, some of it for sale.

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Tabernacle Collection

06 May 2017 to 31 August 2017
Tannery Gallery

A Selection of works from The Tabernacle Collection.



Culture Colony

Interventions – Part 1

29 April 2017 to 24 June 2017
Sculpture Space

This intervention will disrupt the normal running of the gallery exhibition programme with a number of unannounced exhibitions by several leading artists working in Wales today. New and challenging works will be shown in exhibitions ranging from a couple of days to a couple of weeks in duration. Keep visiting the museum to keep up with what’s happening and follow developments on the new Culture Colony web site: www.culturecolony.com



Culture Colony

Interventions – Part 2

08 July 2017 to 19 August 2017
Sculpture Space

This intervention will disrupt the normal running of the gallery exhibition programme with a number of unannounced exhibitions by several leading artists working in Wales today. New and challenging works will be shown in exhibitions ranging from a couple of days to a couple of weeks in duration. Keep visiting the museum to keep up with what’s happening and follow developments on the new Culture Colony web site: www.culturecolony.com



Meirionnydd Artists Society

27 May 2017 to 22 June 2017
Foyer

The Meirionnydd Artists Society (MAS) is the oldest active members art society in Wales. Established in 1958, it is a welcoming, friendly and inclusive society with a current membership of 60 artists. All that is needed to join is a love of art and some creative urge.



Margaret Foreman

Still Life

24 June 2017 to 16 September 2017
Ruralist Room

Margaret Foreman RBA was born in Malaya and brought up in Guyana. She trained at Goldsmiths College of Art. Her still life pictures are taken from an ever growing collection of household items which inspire memories both real and imagined. She is also known for her portraits which have won several prizes.



Martin Cheek

An Ostentation of Peacocks

24 June 2017 to 16 September 2017
Foyer

Martin Cheek is a versatile mosaic artist and the author of seven best selling books on the subject. He created the technique of incorporating glass fusions into his mosaics. In so doing, he has essentially transformed the art and added unique textural interest to his work.



Tabernacle Art Competition

Legend

08 July 2017 to 31 August 2017
Pulpit Room, Owen Owen Gallery & Bridge

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!



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