Onshow Exhibitions

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), January 7, 2011 | Go to article overview

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 such as 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 CARDIFF The work of pop and rock photographer Harry Goodwin, who was resident photographer on the hit BBC music show Top of the Pops from 1964 to 1973. His images, which include those of Paul McCartney, Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones, capture the charisma and style of every chart-topping rock musician of the era, both on stage and behind the scenes @ Wales Millennium Centre until January 24 New paintings by figurative artist Evelyn Williams @ Martin Tinney Gallery, St Andrew's Crescent until January 29 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 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 photographer David Hurn @ Third Floor Gallery, Bute Street until Sunday Made for Christmas is a show of brand new work by the makers who run this small gallery @ Oriel Makers, Penylan Rd, Roath until tomorrow Warp and Weft is a touring exhibition curated by textile artist and member of The Makers Guild in Wales Laura Thomas, on behalf of Oriel Myrddin in Carmarthen. The exhibition includes woven textiles by contemporary artists, designers and small businesses, all of whom show a respect for tradition yet are embracing new technology, aesthetics and making methods @ Craft In The Bay, Cardiff Bay from tomorrow until February 20 CARMARTHEN Paul Emmanuel - Fleece Paintings. Paint is applied direct to the sheep's fleece, then each painting is given the name of the farm near the artist's Swansea Valley studio @ Oriel Myrddin Gallery from tomorrow until February 26. Also Julie Ann Sheridan's Corrugated Landscapes, a series of semi abstract paintings focusing on corrugated structures within the Welsh landscape (same dates) LLANARTHNE Hannah Lewis Davies' solo show entitled The Great Escape. …

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