Onshow Exhibitions

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Onshow Exhibitions


ABERYSTWYTH Andrzej Jackowski: Paintings, Drawings and Prints @ Aberystwyth Arts Centre until tomorrow Annie Williams - Still Life: Prints and Watercolours @ School of Art, Aberystwyth University until March 28. Also John Addyman - Whose Line Is It Anyway? (same dates) BARGOED An exhibition of work by Gigi Jones @ Hanbury Chapel until March 27 BRECON An exhibition of work by women artists from Brecon and surrounding areas organised as part of the Brecon Women's Festival. The theme of Hiraeth has been chosen and the work onshow includes sculpture, painting, textile art and printing. Artists include Antonia Spowers, Lesley Lillywhite, Bronte Woodruff and Morag Colquhoun @ Theatr Brycheiniog until March 27 CAERNARFON To celebrate International Women's Day, two solo shows by two contrasting female artists - Cathryn Griffith and Mererid Haf @ Bocs, Stryd Fawr until March 28 CAERPHILLY Group Exhibition with work from established and emerging Welsh artists, including Valerie Ganz and James Donovan. Also on display are some quirky pieces from Rhondda sculptor Barry Lewis and ceramic hares by Kirsty Prior @ Y Galeri, St Fagans Street, until March 30 CARDIFF Dramatic palette knife paintings of the Welsh landscape by Gwyn Roberts @ Albany Gallery, Roath until March 30 Spring Group Exhibition features new work from 22 painters and sculptors @ Fountain Fine Art, Morgan Arcade until May 3 New paintings by North Wales-born artist Carl Melegari @ Kooywood Gallery, Museum Place until tomorrow After the Fall - Hin Chua features photographs taken at the edges of urban development @ Third Floor Gallery, Bute Street until Sunday Five years ago, g39 invested in its first selection of about 30 must-read books. Since then, it has amassed in excess of 2,000 titles. This library resource is one of the most important aspects of support that g39 offers the artist community. Its new programme, There Will Be Words, invites artists whose practices engage with aspects of publishing, writing and archives to create work @ g39, Oxford Street until March 28 Spring is a mixed exhibition of new work by the gallery's artists and designers and includes painting, print, ceramic and 3D work. It features new work by artists Seren Jones and Molly Rooke as well as new resin pieces by Ruth Mclees. New paintings by Jon Oakes and Debbie Smyth's nail and thread pictures will be exhibited alongside artist Pascal-Michel Dubois' digital photomontage work which awarded him the printmaking prize in the 2011 Welsh Artist of the Year Competition @ gallery/ten, Windsor Place until April 6 A Personal Perspective features artists working with and in the natural environment @ Craft In The Bay, Lloyd George Avenue until April 28 A Woman's Touch is an exhibition celebrating International Women's Day and featuring a wide range of art and sculptures by female artists @ Off The Wall Gallery, Llandaff, until April 9 CARMARTHEN Difference Engine - Accumulator II is a touring exhibition by five artists currently based in Dublin: Mark Cullen, Gillian Lawler, Wendy Judge, Jessica Foley and Gordon Cheung @ Oriel Myrddin until March 23. Also an exhibition by Carmarthenshire artist Jacob Buckland, who is the latest in the 'Back Wall' series of Welsh artists (also until March 23) LAMPETER American-born textile artist Kaffe Fassett is displaying his quilts @ The Welsh Quilt Centre until November 2 (also see entry for Llandysul) LLANDEILO An exhibition of work from a select group of up-and-coming artists from Wales displaying a range of mediums, including painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking and textiles @ Fountain Fine Art until tomorrow LLANDUDNO The Mostyn Open, now in its 18th edition, showcases the best artistic talent from all over the world, with 26 exhibiting artists, selected from more than 600 submissions @ Oriel Mostyn until April 14 LLANDYSUL American-born textile artist Kaffe Fassett is displaying his knitwear @ National Wool Museum until November 2 (also see entry for Lampeter) MILFORD HAVEN The rugged beauty of Wales' coastline is the focus of Alan Knight's expressive oil paintings, which take a starring role in this Spring Show. …

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