Onshow Exhibitions

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Onshow Exhibitions


ABERAERON A new exhibition of paintings by artist Esther Eckley @ Oriel Ty Te, Ji-binc until August 21 ABERYSTWYTH P B Abery - Photographs of Radnorshire @ the National Library of Wales until August 14 Children In Conflict draws together work by eight internationally renowned artists and looks at the ways in which children can become caught up in conflicts created by the adult world. Included are works using photography, photomontage, ceramics and installation @ Aberystwyth Arts Centre until June 24. Also Jerwood Photography Award until tomorrow, and architectural photographs which capture the essence of diverse structures including the Bauhaus, Dessau and the surreal Selfridges in Birmingham, until July 11 ANGLESEY The new Kyffin Williams Gallery, which is based at Oriel Ynys Mn, is launching its second exhibition. Sir Kyffin donated more than 400 original works of art to Oriel Ynys Mn which are now housed in the new gallery and a combination of these works will be on show in the latest exhibition @ Oriel Kyffin Williams, Oriel Ynys Mn until October 11 BARRY The past collaboration between VOGA and MIND in the Vale of Glamorgan has been renewed with a new exhibition called Picturing the Vale @ Travellers' Gallery, Barry Station until July 6 BRECON Space to Place is an exhibition by environmental artist Sandra Masterson who has spent several months exploring the Fforest Fawr Geopark. Her new works reflect her responses to the landscape @ Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery until July 19 BRIDGEND Tondu and District Art Society Summer Exhibition 2009 featuring around 200 original paintings by 50 local artists @ Len Evans Centre, Aberkenfig from tomorrow until Tuesday CARDIFF Sisley in England and Wales features seascapes produced by leading Impressionist artist Alfred Sisley in Cardiff, Penarth and Swansea just two years before his death @ National Museum Cardiff until June 14.

Also an exhibition by photographer Diane Arbus, which comprises 69 black and white photographs, including the rare portfolio of 10 vintage prints: Box of Ten, 1971.

The exhibition runs until August 31.

Transfiguration is a collection of work by students from local schools and artists Dan Llywelyn Hall and Raphael Pepper based on the Welsh landscape, until July 19 Liam O'Connor's new exhibition, Portraits, explores why he's drawn to portraiture @ Kooywood Gallery, Museum Place until June 20 Sally Moore's new collection of paintings reveals how she's developed her themes, where each piece is a mini psychological drama - often absurd, sometimes surreal and invariably humorous @ Martin Tinney Gallery until June 20

Welsh Artist of the Year @ St David's Hall until July 25 Artist Govinder Nazran died in December 2008 aged just 44. Known the world over for his brilliant naive portrayals of felines and canines, some of Govinder's finest works are now on display in Wales @ Castle Galleries, Mermaid Quay until mid June Four established but very different artists - David Ferry, Mark Halliday, Louise Short and Emrys Williams - have each nominated several emerging artists to exhibit together in one show @ BayArt, Cardiff Bay until July 4 Josie McCoy's exhibition features paintings of famous actresses, and characters from film and television, including Catherine Zeta Jones, Duffy and Charlotte Church @ Off the Wall, Cardiff Road, Llandaff until July 6 Cardiff School of Art & Design summer exhibition @ Howard Gardens Campus and Llandaff Campus, Uwic from Sunday until June 19 CARMARTHEN Mark Folds has spent many years working on public art projects. In this exhibition, Comfort Zone, he links his outdoor installations with his studio practice as a sculptor @ Oriel Myrddin until July 4 Graduate exhibition Ty Ni/Our House is a collection of work by 19 students, each of whom has something to say about life today; has a unique style and is developing an awareness of their own creativity @ Trinity University College until June 19 CRICKHOWELL From The Waterfront features work by a number of artists, including Audrey Johns, Sheila Hickey and Paul Kay @ Oriel Cric Gallery until July 9 CWMBRAN Iron Maidens is an exhibition of cast iron sculpture by women artists from America and the UK @ Llantarnam Grange until July 11 DENBIGHSHIRE Recollections features the work of Philip Jones Griffiths, one of the most influential photographers of the late 20th century who was born in Rhuddlan and died last year at the age of 72 @ Bodelwyddan Castle until July 21 FISHGUARD Judy Linnell - Watercolourings. …

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