Andreas Rüthi - A Place on the Table

Andreas Rüthi - A Place on the Table

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

 

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Aled Prichard-Jones - Snowdonia Scenes'

Aled Prichard-Jones - Snowdonia Scenes'

'Snowdonia Scenes’  is the subject of Aled Prichard-Jones’ new  work and consists of dramatic oil paintings of mountains, lakes and rivers alongside pastel work of colourful flowers.

 Having been brought up in Bangor, Aled has walked and climbed the mountains of Snowdonia since he was a child. It is no wonder therefore that his work is inspired by the area and he succeeds in capturing a sense of place and Snowdonia’s special atmosphere.

 

Karl Davies - The Welsh Landscape and Us

Karl Davies - The Welsh Landscape and Us

Karl Davies, is originally from Newport and now lives in Pontypridd.  His exhibition entitled  ‘The Welsh Landscape and Us’  contains oil and ink wash paintings inspired by the characters and landscapes of south Wales. There is a historic feeling to his work which includes people carrying out traditional crafts, along with rural and town landscapes.