D. Alun Evans

Land Marks

18 April to 27 June 2015

A special exhibition of paintings, prints and drawings to mark Alun Evan’s 70th birthday. Alun is an artist printmaker from Pembrokeshire and resident in Cheshire. He has a particular interest in the natural and industrial landscape of Wales and the Northwest of England.

Alun will be talking about his works in the Owen Owen Gallery on Wednesday 17 June at 12 Noon. Admission is free.

Ivor Richards

Marking Time: Works in Slate

16 May to 27 June 2015

Ivor Richards lives and works in rural North Wales where slate is an integral part of the landscape. His work often takes the form of a series with themes taken from Welsh history and legend. His recent work has taken a more abstract direction as he explores the theme of “cuts”.

Annie Suganami

Portraits / Patterns 2

5 June to 26 June 2015

Annie Morgan Suganami is an artist, musician and performer who currently lives in Machynlleth. She is working towards her MA in Fine Art at The School of Creative Arts, University of Wales, Trinity St.David, Carmarthen.
Following a life of music-making and performing, this is her first solo performance as a multi-disciplinary artist. The show has been devised by movement artist and choreographer, Cai Tomos.

Directly after the performance Iwan Bala will open her exhibition in the Tannery Gallery.

Alice in Wonderland

6 June to 27 June 2015

Kim Dewsbury, Annie Ovenden and Michael Tomlinson help us mark the 150th anniversary of the publication of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carroll.


Alice Workshop Poster

Free Art Workshop
Saturday 13 June
10am – 1pm

Choose a cup and saucer from our selection, then collage directly onto them in a surrealist style.

Martin Wenham & Denis Curry

8 June to 3 September 2015

Inspired by the Tabernacle Art Competition title, Martin Wenham has transformed two ribs of an old ‘prawner’ into ‘Magical Things’. Alongside are sculptures by Denis Curry including his Two Swans for The Tabernacle Collection.

Jeremy Moore


27 June to 19 September 2015

Many years photographing the landscape have given Jeremy Moore a sense of a bird’s surroundings which others tend to miss. Consisting mainly of panoramic images in sets of three, this exhibition allows him to combine his twin loves of wildlife and landscape.

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