Tuesday 22nd February - Saturday 19th March.
We look forward to welcoming you to our first exhibition of 2022 – a group show of many genres!
Scroll down to click on the pages about each contributor to the exhibition.
Daphne Hurn’s work is concerned with the feel of place and time, of remote and isolated buildings and structures, places shaped by their history and use. She uses an unusual watercolour painting technique to create her extraordinary images. Bev Campbell is a landscape artist working primarily in oils. Jenny John woks in a variety of media whilst Hilary Bryanston is showing a series of watercolours depicting rain in many guises. Hay based artist Shan Egerton and Brecon artist Hilda Benham are joining the show.
Hilda is showing a group of watercolour rose studies which blossomed from a special healing relationship she had with a rose picked from her garden in lockdown times 2020: freshly picked until fading.
We are delighted that Scottish potter Hannah McAndrew is sending a collection of her wonderful slip decorated earthenware south and that jeweller Zoe Wright will have a range of her jewellery with us.
International photographer Paul Harris is exhibiting his iconic Mother, Sister, Daughter photography – the images are a celebration of womanhood and mark 30 years of travelling to remote, rural and ethnic communities.
The show will include a number of bronze filled resin pieces by sculptor Rhuddian Cheasley-Rau.
Paul Harris will be going a talk about his Mother Sister Daughter images and his experiences as a travel photographer on Wednesday, 2nd March at 7pm. You can register for the talk here