A new selection of the quirky teapots and jugs by Lindy Martin.
“The pieces are always handbuilt and do not hide the marks which show how they are made. The material is not disguised either, I like to let the clay have a say in its form and texture and choose firings in which the actions of the flames make their own marks”
Five new pieces in by Matthew have just been hung in the Gallery – do come and see them soon as one has already gone! Sizes vary from 30cms square to 100 x 70 cms – all details on the website under ‘Artists’
We have another new scarce Alex Campbell painting in the gallery – ‘Owain Glyndwr’ is an acrylic on canvas, 73 x 49 cm. Also new in are two large colourful flower paintings by Penelope Timmis.
We will be joined here in Galeri on Sunday 9th July by the Artist Valerie Lewin, who will be painting upstairs in the gallery from 11am to 4pm. Do please come and meet Val, who will be only too happy to chat about her work – acrylic paint on wood is her favoured medium. Children are welcome too – there will be space for them to join in and get creative!
Valerie has been living in North Wales since 2002 ; inspired by her new surroundings, her work also echoes her extensive travels in South East Asia and Australia. The paintings are a happy fusion of pattern, clear bright colour and natural themes – folk art to make you smile!
Commissions are available – turn a special moment into an original artwork…
Colourful new paintings in by Alan Knight, who is inspired by the everchanging Anglesey Landscape. Chunky and unique, our recycled sculpture by David Cartlidge brings the discarded parts of old machinery back to life……..and complements our attractive range of recycled tin jewellery, also just in, by Kate Hamilton Hunter!
Two works by Alex Campbell have just come into the gallery – a rare occurrence as his paintings are now very hard to find. Both are original acrylic on canvas, with the larger ‘Bathtime’ priced at £1250 and the smaller exquisite ‘Hyacinths is priced at £895.
A new selection of small ceramic framed houses are in the gallery, made by Richard Eastwood. Each one is unique and handmade, and beautifully presented in a small glazed box frame.
New North Wales Landscapes and Seascapes by David Pollock in this week – and we have a new artist, Sarah Hartill who paints small quirky still lifes inspired by 17C Dutch Painting, and commercial Art of the 60’s.
We have three brand new pieces in the gallery by Ann Lewis – all large limited edition coloured linocuts – look in ‘Artists’ for full details. These are part of the New Year Mixed exhibition which includes work by Penelope Timmis and Matthew Snowden.