OUR EXHIBITION PROGRAMME
Our current exhibition is:
Seasonal Finds which opened on 14th November and is on until 24th December.
Exhibitions for 2020 are in the planning:
Vibrant Finds in Winter
29th January – 23rd February
A joyful and colourful exhibition featuring Welsh Border scenes painted in pastel by artist Sue Campion, photographer Richard Greatrex’s project ‘Cuba Noticed’ with ceramicists Rachel Foxwell & Sean Penn alongside paper cut artist Sharon Curtis. Vibrant Finds will also include the traditionally woven throws by Rhian Wyman with the colours of the exhibition all complimented by jewellery from Somerset based jeweller, Clare Lloyd.
Five Women at Found
26th February – 22nd March
An exhibition to celebrate International Women’s Day with artist Bronte Woodruff’s ‘Lines of Communication’ series and Angie Hughes beautiful framed textiles in the style of Gustav Klimt. Muriel Gallan's series of images ‘Breaking Glass’ will be shown alongside a selection of other female photographer’s work. South Wales sculptor, Su Roberts is exhibiting some of her powerful bronze and iron female busts whilst the eclectic ceramic vessels, wall pieces and sculpture in porcelain, stoneware and mixed media by Elaine Bolt will complete the show.
Found in the Town and the Hills
25th March – 19th April
Trallong based artist Michael Howard will be exhibiting his rural scenes painted in oils with Roger Reese who captured Brecknock Museum before it's recent re-incarnation. This exhibition will also feature a collaboration between bronze sculptor Tim Rawlins and photographer Matt Day.
A Local Story – Let It Be Hushed
22nd April – 17th May
An exhibition to coincide with the 75thAnniversary events for Victory in Europe Day combining art by Hay based artist Deb Gillingham and the poetry of a young WWII Bomber pilot who lost his life as the war was ending shown alongside paintings reflecting the poignancy of memorials by John Turnock. The exhibition will also include a series of photographs entitled Resistance Re-Imagined by Richard Greatrex which are the photographic interpretation of 'Resistance' by Owen Sheers.
Found in The Abstract
May 20th - June 21st
Herefordshire based artist Julie Cooper will be joined by photographer Alan Williams showing his work taken with a pin hole camera alongside wood turned abstract pieces by Howard Lewis.
If you are an artist or maker and would like to let us know about your work please do get in touch.