What’s on / Events
T H E A R T I S T S Dan Backhouse . Gillian McDonald . Denis Curry . Alice Tennant . Steve Wilson . Jane Corsellis . Mike Jones . Lilwen Lewis . Wynne Jenkins . Annette de Mestre . Hugo Colville . Heather Nixon . Lyndon Thomas . Janie Harrison . Andrew McCutcheon . Clare Rose . John Kelliher . Jo Lowde . Jacqueline Jones . Adam Buick . Barbara Simon . Darren Yeadon . Mary Lace . Nick Kinver . Denys Short . Michaela Hollyfield . Paul Crofts . Perryn Butler . Ro Rogers . Chris Sharples . Sophie Wellan . Grahame Hurd-Wood . Lizzy Stonhold . Clare Ferguson-Walker . Len Rees . Chris Ahern .
WELSH ART WEEK 2018 OPENING EVENT & NEW 2018 ART COLLECTION LAUNCH
Thursday 1st March 6pm
Premier Book Launch by Parthian Books on St David’s Day & World Book Day
‘Rocking the Boat: Welsh Women who Championed Equality 1840 – 1990′ by Angela V. John & Art by Christine Kinsey
Evening event at The Gallery, with Canapes from Cnapan, followed by;
Welsh Tapas at Blas at Fronlas from 7.30pm – Booking required
Friday 2nd March at 6pm
Featuring New Fine Art by Grahame Hurd-Wood, Art Photography by
Chris Sharples, & Welsh Harpist Marian O’Toole
Evening event with music at The Gallery Yr Oriel, followed by;
Welsh Supper at The Golden Lion from 7.30pm – Booking required
Saturday March 3rd at 2.30pm
Two Emerging Young Welsh Artists
Spotlight on Lizzy Stonhold and Michaela Hollyfield at The Gallery Yr Oriel
Fresh Local Fish Lunch at Tides Kitchen & Wine Bar from 12 noon – Booking required
Afternoon event at The Gallery Yr Oriel serving Welsh Wine followed by;
Welsh Inspired Pizza menu at The Canteen from 6pm – Booking required, please quote Welsh Art Week for reduced rate
Sunday 4th March at 4pm
Peter Lord will give a talk and slide show about his new book the
‘History of Welsh Art’ published by Parthian Books – Ticketed event £8/ pp
Spotlight on paintings by Peter Daniels, & Ceramics by Adam Buick
Afternoon event at Llys Meddyg Hotel followed by;
Welsh ‘Locally Foraged Sea Delicacies’ Supper from 7pm at Llys Meddyg – Booking required
Monday to Thursday - Daily Exhibition at The Gallery 10am – 5pm
Thursday 8th March at 6pm - Final Event of WelshArtWeek
North Pembs Book Launch of ‘A Wilder Wales’ , Travellers’ Tales from 1610 – 1831′ by David Lloyd Owen, published by Parthian Books
Art Exhibition to include all of this week’s New Art
Evening event at The Gallery Yr Oriel followed by;
Welsh Lamb Cawl at The Castle Inn from 7.30pm – Booking required
During March - Launch of ‘Art on the Wall’ at ELEMENTS on Market Street Newport, featuring paintings by Barbara Simon
T H E G A L L E R Y Y R O R I E L N E W P O R T P E M B S
This years Autumn show on Friday 30th October from 6 – 8pm will be showcasing two new artists as well as established names at the gallery. Wynne Jenkins fine artist and Sally Wakley ceramicist, will be joining the gallery for the first time, in addition to recently introduced Lilwen Lewis and Gillian McDonald.
The Gallery Yr Oriel is a premier exhibitor of unique and original art works in North Pembrokeshire, showing Adam Buick, Alice Tenant, Annette de Mestre, Denis Curry, Darren Yeadon, Hugo Colville, Gillian McDonald, John Kelliher, Penny d. Jones, Lilwen Lewis, Lyndon Thomas, Paul Crofts, Ro Rogers, Wynne Jenkins, Sean Fallon, Steve Lucking, and jeweller Chris Ahern.
Dates for the diary include;
Friday December 11th 6 – 8pm Show for the winners of the West Wales Young Artist competition
January 2016 Exhibitions –
Sean Fallon and Ro Rogers Prizewinner at King St Gallery – ‘Explorations’, TBC
Denis Curry Hon RWA, RCA – Sculpture and Fine Art
February 12th – 20th 2016 Exhibition –
Annette de Mestre, Hugo Colville and Sophie Windham – New Works 2016
February 29th – March 5th 2016 Exhibition –
Welsh Art Week in Fitzrovia, London
The gallery is open Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm, Saturday till 4pm. If you would like to view any work outside these hours please do contact us www.thegallery-yroriel.com
We look forward to welcoming you at The Gallery Yr Oriel.
The gallery / Yr Oriel is delighted to be part of Newport Fish Week and will be exhibiting art work in conjunction with sealife and seascapes throughout the week.
The art being shown will be representative of local coastal scenery and related items from north Pembrokeshire.
We have commissioned local artist, Alice Tenant, to paint two fish paintings especially for Newport Fish Week, “Jackson the Pollock” at £295, and “Mackerel – Nick’s Catch” at £245, both on a black background, and we aim to sell them with sealed bids only. Any amount over the actual asking price will go to support Newport Fish Week.
Bids will be opened on Saturday 3rd July at 12 noon.
Thank you and Good Luck!