Monthly Featured Artist Exhibitions 2018
As well as our ever changing collection of Welsh art, we will now be running mini featured artist exhibitions monthly.
The Exhibitions will also be shown online.
March - Nick John Rees
1st-30th A selection of Nick's Calm and modern canvas' as well as limited edition prints. Seascapes and the daily goings on of beaches and harbours around the Welsh coast and its ever changing light. Click 'View More' to see some of Nicks work.
April - Sheila Craft
2nd -28th Sheila Craft is well known for her wonderful oil paintings of the Pembrokeshire coast, capturing the ever changing light and beauty of the area. Click 'View More' to see some of Sheila Crafts work.
May - Caroline McLachlan
1st-30th Caroline's' vibrant take on the Pembrokeshire landscape capturing its wildness and colour. Click 'View More' to see some of Caroline's work.
June - Jo Frost
1st -30th 'Year of the Sea' Exhibition Jo Frost utilities a unique technique using Plaster, acrylic and resin to bring her large textured seascapes and wave paintings to life. Click 'View More' to see some of Jo's work.
July - Clive Gould
2nd - 28th Continuing the 'Year of the Sea' Theme Clive Gould bring us a collection of his hyper realistic seascapes, pebbles and beaches. Click 'View More' to see some of Clive's work.
August - Gillian McDonald
1st -31st Gillian McDonald takes her inspiration from the small fishing villages and coastline of Pembrokeshire producing beautifully textured and interesting collages. We will also have a large selection of Gillian's best selling Limited Edition Prints. Click 'View more' to see some of Gillian's work
Septmeber - Alastair Proud
1st-29th Alastair is well known for his ability to capture nature, birds and animals in the landscape with absolute precision as well as atmosphere. beautifully presented and highly sought after Oil paintings. Click 'View More' to see some of Alastair's work
October - David Humphreys
1st - 30th David Humphreys has long been drawn to the rugged landscape of Pembrokeshire and Scotland. He captures the wildness and calmness of both using collage and texture to add depth to his work. Click 'View More' to see some of David's work