Onshow Exhibitions

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Onshow Exhibitions


ABERYSTWYTH Small World: travel in Wales and beyond is a major exhibition on the history of travel and exploration in Wales @ National Library of Wales until April 2 An exhibition of work by the late theatre designer and artist Edward Gordon Craig @ School of Art, Aberystwyth University until January 28. Also Michael Robert - Imaging The Face (same dates) At The Edge: British Art 1950-2000 features the work of renowned artists like Henry Moore, Frank Auerbach, Jacob Epstein and Lucien Freud @ Aberystwyth Arts Centre until January 22 ANGLESEY Kyffin Williams - Unseen Work @ Oriel Ynys Mon, Llangefni, until January 23 CAERNARFON New Perspectives is an exhibition by Ann Catrin Evans @ Galeri until January 7 CARDIFF Dynamic Structures: Painted Vessels by Elizabeth Fritsch, celebrating the ceramist's 70th birthday @ National Museum Cardiff until Sunday New paintings by award-winning still life artist Robert McPartland, together with a winter show of new work by more than 20 gallery artists, including landscapes by Wilf Roberts, Gareth Parry and Matthew Snowden @ Kooywood Gallery, Museum Place until January 12 The 19th annual Christmas Exhibition features work by a wealth of artists @ St David's Hall until January 5 Tim Davies - 50th Year To Heaven features new and existing works, including a re-presentation of his acclaimed piece, Cadet @ Chapter Arts Centre until January 16 Passing Time is an exhibition of work from renowned Wye Valley-based Magnum photographer David Hurn @ Third Floor Gallery, Bute Street until January 9 A Festive Feast is an exhibition by the Makers Guild in Wales @ Craft in the Bay, Lloyd George Avenue until January 3 Made for Christmas is a show of brand new work by the makers who run this small gallery @ Oriel Makers, Penylan Rd, Roath until January 8 LLANDEILO Winter Group Show - a changing exhibition of work from more than 50 artists @ Fountain Fine Art until January 31 LLANDUDNO Ground Level explores the collision of contemporary art practice, mapping and cartography @ Oriel Mostyn until January 3. Also a collection from American painter Alex Katz, focusing on the figurative subjects which set him apart from the avantgarde mainstream (until March 12) and work by Egyptian-Armenian artist Chant Avedissian (until February 19) MAENCLOCHOG An exhibition of new work by Welsh landscape painter, Linda Norris @ Oriel Linda Norris until January 3 MILFORD HAVEN Work from gallery artists and Welsh and Irish friends, featuring paintings, crafts, photography, ceramics and jewellery @ Waterfront Gallery until January 4 NEWPORT Face Value features self-portraits, or paintings that feature the human face @ Newport Museum & Art Gallery until February 5 NEWTOWN Lucent Lines is a show of new light works by Simon Fenoulhet.

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