Future Exhibitions

Professor Ovendale

Gift Collection

7 March to 18 April 2015

Selected works from Professor Ovendale’s generous gift. Shown in memory of his mother.

Ritchie Ovendale was Professor of International Politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. His publications include The Longman Companion to the Middle East Since 1914 (1998) and Anglo-American Relations in the Twentieth Century (1998).



Louise Young

Natural Histories: The Art of Small Things

2 April to 30 May 2015

Natural and Botanical Paintings.



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.



Philip Huckin

Rural Narrative

25 April to 20 June 2015

The works in this show are drawn from the industrial landscape in the Rheidol and Ystwyth valleys and demonstrate Philip’s focus on the creation of a narrative record grounded in observational drawing.



Jim Stallings

Bron Yr Aur

25 April to 20 June 2015

Jim Stallings is an artist from Macon, Georgia, USA. Jim renders his subjects with a vivid impasto effect. This exhibition honours the quiet little cottage hidden in the hills surrounding Machynlleth for the first time since Led Zeppelin’s famed visit some 40 years ago.



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”.



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