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Previous Exhibitions

Kirsty Elson

Kirsty Elson

Craft Showcase

08 August 2015 until 17 October 2015

Kirsty studied Illustration at Cambridge School of Art but decided it wasn't a career she wanted to pursue. It was a decade later, after a subsequent move to Cornwall, that she started collecting driftwood and other found objects and turning them into coastal-themed sculptures.

Donna Barry

Donna Barry

Jewellery Showcase

08 August 2015 until 17 October 2015

Welsh-born jewellery designer and maker Donna Barry graduated from Edinburgh College of Art where she developed her own customised technique of fusion.  Donna creates silver textured sheets inspired by repetition in nature and architectural shapes and patterns. By arranging and overlapping these shapes and then fusing and forming, Donna's finished pieces resemble beautiful elements of flora and fauna.

Shared Vision

Shared Vision

The Collaborative Works of Matt and Amanda Caines

23 May 2015 until 25 July 2015

Matt & Amanda Caines have both pursued their own fine art practices for many years, Matt as stone carver and Amanda as jeweller and mixed-media artist. In 2012 they relocated to Wales and started a process of uniting stone, wood, antler, metal and textiles. Their work binds together disperate mediums in a shared vision. This will be the first major exhibition of the couple’s collaborative work.

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Trans Iberia

Trans Iberia

John Selway’s fifty years of painting the Peninsula

23 March 2015 until 09 May 2015

Part of a golden generation at the Royal College of Art that included the fledgling Pop Art luminaries Derek Boshier, David Hockney, Alan Jones, R. B. Kitaj and Barry Bates – John Selway immediately set about pursuing his own artistic agenda. Always working from memory, he has often ventured far and wide in search of suitable subject matter. An influential tutor at both Newport and Carmarthen Art Colleges, whether flirting with abstraction, drawing inspiration from literature or responding to a landscape, his primary concern still remains as always, the human condition.

Emily Kidson

Emily Kidson

31 January 2015 until 14 March 2015

Emily is a mixed media jeweller who currently works with wood, laminate and silver. She uses techniques such as piercing, sanding, waxing, riveting and soldering, with each piece a development of the one before. Initial ideas from plants, buildings, repetition, pattern and colour are drawn in her sketchbook they then develop intuitively as Emily works with the materials. Originally from Hereford, Emily studied at the University of Brighton and is now based in London.