Found Gallery has re-opened. We look forward to welcoming you again. Our revised exhibitions for the year can be seen below. Please do click on the titles or the images at the bottom of the page to find out more.
Our current exhibition: Reflections of a Year Past: 27th April – 23rd May
This delayed exhibition is showing paintings by Lucy Corbett, Deborah Gillingham and Julienne Braham that came about because of, or during, the unprecedented year of 2020 and ongoing lockdowns. We are thrilled to also be exhibiting the work of Juliennes's other half, potter Jason Braham. Our bay window features a hanging installation by Nick Davies who recently coordinated the Standing Still Exhibition that was hosted by the Makers Guild of Wales/Craft in the Bay Gallery, Cardiff during 2020.
Lockdown Moments and More: 26th May - 26th June
Artist Phil Clark will be showing a series of large gouache paintings in response to the landscape of Mid Wales. ‘A chance to re-investigate what I take for granted.’ Photographer Adrian Cann is exhibiting his ‘Benches Project.’ Images taken at various stages throughout lockdown on the Isle of Anglesey and North Wales. Adrian photographed benches in the landscape, with the intention of documenting the solitude and beauty of the view which it provides. Word turner David White and potter Robyn Cove are joining the show.
Found in the Abstract: 30th June - 31st July
Herefordshire based artist Julie Cooper is exhibiting a series of gentle and calming abstract oil paintings. Joining her will be jeweller Angela Soulier and with textiles, prints and painting from Cardiff based 'FORMWORKS'.
Guided by Light: Brecon and Beyond: 3rd August - 4th September
Dai David paints the valleys and hills of the western Brecon Beacons as well as his beloved Welsh coastline. Dai wants the viewer to feel as though they could simply step right into one of his paintings, have the sensation of being there and get to experience all the senses which went into its creation. Dai is being joined by wildlife sculptor Stephen Henderson whose work is inspired by native shorebirds and fish species.
Found in the Earth: 8th September - 9th October
Kington based artist Peter Horrocks explores the use of natural earth pigments. He sources a range of ochres from the Clearwell Caves in the Forest of Dean as well as other pigments, clays and slate dust on foraged on travels both in the UK and abroad. Peter will be joined by photographer Paul Harris who is working on a study of life along the border between Wales and England.
From early October until mid November we will be exhibiting the work of artist Howard Jones alongside some majestic vessels from long admired Tydd Pottery who will be showing a new and exciting collection of work.
Our pre-Christmas exhibition is still in the planning - watch this space!