Mark Cox is an established artist working and living in West Wales. Mark enjoys painting many and varied subjects in both oils and watercolours but he specialises in painting the landscape and peopleof Wales. Mark has an honours degree in fine art and values the traditional skills and techniques that can only be learnt with years of study and experience. I am a very lucky man being able to work as an artist, something I am passionate about.
King Street Gallery is an artist lead co-operative gallery set up to show and sell our own work. We generally have around 30 members and mount regular selling exhibitions of members' work every twomonths. We also have a gallery known as the Chate Room for visiting artists which is also used for hiring out for workshops, talks and presentations. We regularly hold opening launch parties for new gallery and visiting exhibitions, usually on a Friday evening.
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.
She loves to paint street scenes, townscapes, landscapes. Accepts commissions for paintings and can work from photographs. Moving to Wales with her family (quite a few years ago!). after achieving herGrade 1 Art A Level at school, in one year rather than two, she has been painting ever since.
Having always handled fabrics as a child, I relished the opportunity to use clay, paint, textiles and constructions whilst studying for a teaching degree in Art, Craft and Design. I currently workpart time with disadvantaged adults and undertake school and community art projects. I enjoy facilitating groups to engage in the making process.
If you are thinking of a birthday, anniversary or retirement gift for the horse enthusiast there is nothing quite like an original painting. A commission of their own horse, a racing favourite ortheir pet is a very personal way of remembering that special day.
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.
Using our unique online Picture Frame Builder, simply upload and view your artwork online in a choice of Picture Frames or Mounts to create your custom made picture frames of any size. Or for medalpicture frames use our Military Medal Frame Builder or Sports Medal Frame Builder. Do you have treasured items kept out of sight that you'd like to display in a picture frame? Be it military or sports medals, special memorabilia, a certificate, or something more unusual.
The craftsman gallery was established in 1978 at Killay Precinct, Killay, Swansea. We've been at our present address since 1987 and have sold Welsh artists' works to many parts of the world. We arealways very welcoming to new artists, if you wish to display your work with us please contact the gallery. We give generous discounts to artists who have their pictures framed with us, especially artist exhibitions. Businesses also take in framing for us, i.e. galleries and photographers.
A series of exhibitions in SPW's exhibition space celebrates the depth and diversity of printmaking facilitated by us, alongside the presses used to produce the prints. Visit our NOW ON page fordetails of all the exhibitions throughout the year. Using the Thomas' poem, The hunchback in the park and broadcast piece, Return Journey, artists from Swansea Print Workshop explored the city and places close to the poet's heart. These prints are for sale individually from a limited edition of 30.