Knowing that you are supporting an independent shop; the type of shop that enlivens the High Street and helps keep a community vibrant; the type of shop that you love visiting and browsing through.Satisfaction in knowing that you are helping to reward those with creative and entrepreneurial skills; no matter where they are in the world. You're helping to give a huge boost in confidence and encouragement that can enable an independent source of income; hugely important to every one of us.
Our On-Line Shop will be selling limited edition prints and original pictures. With a large selection of Dog-Wildlife-Country and Landscape Images showing the Best of Wales and the U.K. You will alsofind Figurative/Contemporary and Original Paintings by our Gallery Artists.
Alison Bradley Gallery is located in the North Wales village of Betws-y-coed - the Gateway to Snowdonia and home of Britain's first Artists' Colony from 1844 to 1914. At the Gallery you will find thefull range of Alison's oil paintings and charcoal drawings. Her subjects cover Welsh Landscape, Coastal Scenes, and Animals & Rural Life. In addition to her original works we also display a range of digital reproduction prints and greetings cards.
Arts Alive Wales is an educational arts charity based in Crickhowell, South Powys. We are driven by a passion for using the arts to engage, inspire, and enhance the quality of life of people in ourlocal communities. We work across Mid and South East Wales with professional artists to provide opportunities for active participation in the arts, particularly for children, young people and vulnerable groups.
Stuart Neale (Weaver - Left)Is originally from Cardiff, and qualified at the Scottish College of Textiles in Galashiels. Together, they have promoted and advanced the tradition of Welsh weavingworldwide constantly developing new approaches to an age-old artisan craft. SRH Craftspeople are artisan weavers employing design skills continually and like the studio artists of the Italian renaissance word closely with the in-house designer, responding instantly to new inspirations.
We have two luxury holiday cottages in the out buildings, Perfect for that quite getaway close to fantastic mountains and long wooded walks. Not to mention a six bedroom Country House and a fantasticwine bar. Apart from our regular exhibition launches, Ffin y Parc Gallery has many other plans to host a variety of exciting events including Jazz Evenings. If you would like to be kept informed please add your details to "contact us" above.
Here at Bronze Barn Gallery we have an array of British and worldwide designed bronzes and glassware. Our limited edition solid bronzes are made using the lost wax method a technique used forthousands of years. A wax positive is made from the original, coated with a ceramic shell and fired to harden the shell and melt the wax. Molten bronze is poured into the mould and then they are hand finished with patinas.
The Welfare - Ystradgynlais is an arts and community centre situated in the Swansea Valley. A versatile venue offering conference and private hire facilities as well as popular entertainment. Withmusic, live theatre performances, regular cinema, specialist film screenings and weekly community events. The Welfare has something the whole family can enjoy.
Goff was born in 1949 in the small South Wales town of Brynmawr, where his artistic interests were first noticed and encouraged by his very supportive art teacher, Ken Jones, at the local grammarschool. On leaving school, Goff trained at the West of England college of Art, Bristol, Cardiff College of Art and Cardiff University. He then taught at St Illtyd's College, Cardiff until moving into the management of education for a number of local authorities in South East Wales.
You will find us in the Old Police Station in Baker Street, Abergavenny. If you are in town, why not call in and browse at your leisure, everyone is given a warm welcome as Martin is happy to chat andshare his experience of Art with his visitors. You have a friendly service from Tuesday to Saturday, 9:30 to 5:30.