Daniel J Yeomans

North to South: A Very Welsh Exhibition

30 November 2019 to 18 January 2020
Pulpit Room

Daniel studied in Florence, has works hanging in collections worldwide and his ‘self-portrait No3’ was recently added to the National Library of Wales’ collection. With fluid brushwork and light reminiscent of the impressionists Daniel’s latest collection of oil landscapes takes you on a painted exploration of his most-loved and hidden treasures around Wales.

Ann Williams


30 November 2019 to 18 January 2020
Owen Owen Gallery & Bridge

Ann Williams’ work conveys her sense of place. Originally from South Wales, she has lived in Aberystwyth, working as a teacher, for most of her adult life. She explores her environment through a variety of media often leading to semi – abstract conclusions. Art has been central to everything she does – making, teaching and collecting.

Millennium Tapestry

18 January to 29 February 2020
Ruralist Room

The idea for the tapestry came from Mrs Anne Lingard Bell of Derwenlas. She brought together a group of friends and gave each of them a square of canvas on which to embroider an image of a favourite place in or near Machynlleth. They had one year, 1999, in which to create these squares, using whichever method of embroidery they liked. These were then assembled and sewn together with the help of Mrs Audrey Beaumont, framed and put on permanent display in The Tabernacle.

Lloyd Jones

People and places I wouldn’t have seen if I’d carried on drinking

18 January to 29 February 2020
Foyer Gallery

Lloyd Jones almost died of the drink 18 years ago. This exhibition is a record of his own era in a rapidly changing world. Lloyd is a quirky but otherwise unexceptional man with a camera, which is usually on the ‘idiot’ setting. He makes no attempt to be arty, but is interested in the human aesthetic as he perceives it. For him, the camera is a personal interrogation: what is he looking at, and why?

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