PAOLA CIARSKA | CZEŚĆ, PANI CIARSKA

Cześć, Pani Ciarska is the first London solo exhibition by young Polish artist Paola Ciarska.

Opening event: Roger Cecil + 4 Contemporary Artists // Digwyddiad agoriadol: Roger Cecil + 4 Arlunydd Cyfoes

Saturday 13 January 2018 2pm

Opening event

You and your friends are invited to the opening of

Roger Cecil + 4 Contemporary Artists

Helen Booth ● Laura Edmunds ● Catrin Llwyd Evans ● Sarah Poland

Saturday 13 January 2018 2pm

A collaborative exhibition between TEN., the estate of Roger Cecil and Oriel Myrddin Gallery, celebrating both contemporary painting in Wales and Roger Cecil’s important contribution to the medium.

+ ONE-DAY-ONLY SCREENING

Photographs of Roger Cecil’s studio by Toril Brancher

YELLOW | Simon Callery & Torgny Wilcke

Fold Gallery is proud to present YELLOW a two-person show of new painting by British artist Simon Callery and Danish artist Torgny Wilcke. Both artists have made the decision to make large-scale works, that incorporate the colour yellow, as a unifying element of this exhibition. They have been placed in dialogue in the gallery space to create a total work. The underlying motivation of this collaborative discourse is to reveal the common ground in new approaches to contemporary painting emerging simultaneously in Copenhagen and London.

Engineered Equanimity: The Machines of Steven Pippin

Engineered Equanimity showcases the technological manipulation of one of Britain’s most inventive artists Steven Pippin. An engineer by training, Pippin switched to art in the late 1980s. His breakthrough came by turning everyday items, such as washing machines, into pinhole cameras. 

Operating since at a self-made juncture – where art, invention and engineering meet – his ambitious experiments, playful exploits and hybrid machines take in the rapid worldwide technological and scientific advancements of our age.

Textures of Light: Ainsley Hillard

Ainsley Hillard shows a new body of work in the main gallery. Hillard's practice investigates the physical and metaphorical construction of cloth and its relation to the body, memory and space. The work features tapestries, jacquard weaves and embroidery. Oriel Fach 1 presents Sian Lewis, a work involving a dialogue between life drawing, sculpture and lens-based media. Alastair Duncan claims Oriel Fach 2, showing work concerned with notions of conflict, identity and memory. And finally, David Street shows photographs.

Private View: Friday 13 October 2017 from 7pm till late.

South Wales Potters

South Wales Potters was formed in 1964 “to share skills, experience, technical knowledge and indefatigable enthusiasm” (Walter Keeler, honorary president). Now with 200 members we have organised an exhibition with 28 member's work, which includes practical tableware, sculptures, wall plaques & garden features.  One potter will be in attendance each day talking about their work or actually demonstrating their techniques, 

Arnolfini: Big Draw

Join UWE’s Drawing and Print BA students to explore drawing in innovative and creative ways.

Play with materials and techniques as we experiment with as many different ways as we can think of to make drawings. From giant depictions to tiny sketches, fuel your imagination and see what wonderful creations you can make!

All our family events aim to be welcoming and accessible to all. If there are ways we can make our events more accessible for you or your children please contact clare.karslake@arnolfni.org.uk or call 0117 9172300.

 

Mali Morris | Pearled and Pasted and other new paintings

Mali Morris’s new paintings are vivid, playful and generous. Some are amongst the most complex she has made in recent years, others the leanest. All are part of her exploration of abstract painting that stretches back over forty years. Particularly since the mid-nineties, when she began her innovative ‘clearing’ paintings, Morris’s work has formed a bridge between a lyrical tradition originating in Abstract Expressionism and the current concerns of younger generations of abstract painters. 

Jonathan Anderson | PYLON TOTEMS

07 HYDREF - 26 Tachwedd | 07 OCTOBER – 26 November

Oriel Mwldan in Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan

Admission: Free

 

There will be an opening event with a talk from the artist on Friday 6 October at 6pm | Bydd digwyddiad agoriadol gyda chyflwyniad gan yr artist ar 6 Hydref am 6yh

Jonathan Anderson’s exhibition Pylon Totems, will open on Friday the 6th of October at Oriel Mwldan.

MOSTYN Open 20

Selected Artists
Sarah Bernhardt, David Berweger, Rudi Bogaerts, John Bourne, Manuel Caldeira, Alex Edwards, Matteo Fato, Joe Fletcher Orr, David Garner, Mitchell Kehe, Eli Keszler, Ilona Kiss, Jadranka Kosorcic, Catherine Large, Alyona Larionova, Sophie Lee, Gal Leshem, Jessica Lloyd-Jones, Laura Malacart, Oliver McConnie, Tom Milnes, Yelena Popova, Louise Short, Andrew Stooke, Tom Verity, Gernot Wieland, Driant Zeneli.

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