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 A new exhibition by Jane Bown, one of Britain's best-loved photographers, including previously unseen portraits of Lauren Bacall, Cecil Beaton, John Betjeman, Robert de Niro, Mick Jagger, Jayne Mansfield, Rudolph Nureyev, and many more @Aberystwyth Arts Centre until March ANGLESEY An exhibition by Iwan Gwyn Parry whose new collection of work is inspired by the Irish Sea @Oriel Ynys Mon, Llangefni, until February 27 A display of 20th century and contemporary Welsh art marks the reopening of this venue @Oriel Tegfryn Gallery from tomorrow until February 26 BRYNAMAN Phillip Lyles' - abstract oil on canvas exhibition @Black Mountain Centre until February 5 CARDIFF From Steep Hillsides: Ancient Rock Carvings from Dazu, China, is a new exhibition of ancient rock carvings which have never before been seen outside China @National Museum Cardiff until April 3 A rare chance to see and buy work that has been hidden away in private collections for many years, including pieces by Fred Cuming, Edward Seago, Ceri Richards, Augustus John, Donald McIntyre, Kyffin Williams and Will Roberts @Albany Gallery, Roath, until February 5 Wales Works 2011 features paintings of Wales by Wilf Roberts, Malcolm Edwards, Matthew Snowden, Gareth Parry and David Lloyd Griffith among others @Kooywood Gallery, Museum Place, until February 12 Ken Elias - A Retrospective @Howard Gardens Gallery, Cardiff School of Art and Design, UWIC, until February 18 Cardiff - A personal perspective by Adrian Green @St David's Hall until February 18. Also Full Circle, an exhibition of wood engravings by Hilary Paynter New paintings by figurative artist Evelyn Williams @Martin Tinney Gallery, St Andrew's Crescent, 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, until February 20 If... is a selected season of exhibition-based projects and activities by emerging artists and curators. The work of Lulu Allison is currently on show @g39, Mill Lane, until tomorrow Art & Life is a new display of Pop Art @Off The Wall Gallery, Cardiff Road, Llandaff, until February 22 An exhibition of work by British documentary photographer Laura Pannack who is well recognised as a portraitist @Third Floor Gallery, Bute Street until February 13 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 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) FISHGUARD A show of work by artist Paul Robertshaw, who's renowned for his kinetic effects in which visible colour and shapes alter with the movement of the viewer @Fishguard Town Hall until February 28 LLANARTHNE Hannah Lewis Davies' solo show entitled The Great Escape. She says the irrational nature of escapism combined with fragmented childhood memories has allowed her to create paintings which flash and merge somewhere between reality and fantasy @National Botanic Garden of Wales until February 24 LLANDEILO Winter Group Show - a changing exhibition of work from more than 50 artists @Fountain Fine Art until January 31 LLANDUDNO A collection from American painter Alex Katz which focuses on the figurative subjects which set him apart from the avant-garde mainstream @Oriel Mostyn until March 12. …

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