Andreas Rüthi presents new work inspired by the wonderful Nantgarw and Swansea porcelain collection at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw in an exhibition titled A Place On the Table.
To explore Rüthi’s interest in painting techniques and still life further we invited him to co-select an exhibition of still life paintings – Still Life Settings – to be shown alongside his solo. The result is a wonderful combination of works by artists from Wales and further afield.
Sarah Carvell; Lynne Cartlidge; Sacha Craddock; James Guy Eccleston; Lara Davies; Dan Howard-Birt; Des Hughes; Moira Huntly; Lisa Krigel; Kevin Lincoln; Eleri Jones; Jeff McMillan; Wendy Murphy; Claire Langdown; Phil Nicol; Robert Pitwell; Lea Sautin; Helen Sear; Emrys Williams; Clare Woods. View the exhibition
Andreas Rüthi's exhibition and the seminar are supported by the Arts Council of Wales. We are also grateful to Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales for the loan of the Madryn punch bowl, to Gwynedd Council for the loan of ceramic pieces from the Gwynedd Collection and to several of Plas Glyn-y-Weddw's volunteers who have part of the project.