2015 News Archive / Archif Newyddion 2015

(November - December / Tachwedd - Rhagfyr)



Event dates: 25th OCTOBER - 21st NOVEMBER 2015.


Y Galeri Caerffili, Ground Floor, The Visit Caerphilly Centre, The Twyn, Caerphilly, CF83 1JL.

Tel: 029 21322570
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am - 5pm


Featuring The Welsh Group members Shirley Anne Owen, Sue Roberts & Jacqueline Alkema.


3ormoregroup exhibition:
Work from three founder members of 3ormore: Kay Keogh, Shirley Anne Owen, Sue Roberts & four invited guest artists Jacqueline Alkema, Michael Goode, Geraldus John, Josephine Sowden.

Join us for the launch of this new exhibition & meet the artists Sunday 25th October 2015, 2.30 -4.30pm. RSVP. Continues until 21st November 2015.

A Talk By Alan Salisbury


Event date: 5th DECEMBER 2015


Alan Salisbury will be giving a talk on his exhibition 'A Retrospective' on  Saturday 5th December, 11am.


A talk by Alan Salisbury, who will be giving a guided tour of his Retrospective exhibition at Art Central Gallery, Town Hall, King Square, Barry CF63 4RW.

01446 709805/01446 709496.


If you would like to attend please R.S.V.P. to the email link below.

Alan Salisbury: A Retrospective


Event dates: 7th NOVEMBER 2015 - 2nd JANUARY 2016. 


This exhibition celebrates five decades of active involvement with the visual arts since Alan started his Art School Education in 1965. A painter in the figurative tradition but not necessarily “traditional”, Alan’s work contains playful references to art from/of the past.


Art Central Gallery Town Hall, Kings Square, Barry CF63 4RW.

Pollen Form Drawings by Dilys Jackson


Event dates: 8th DECEMBER 2015 - 4th JANUARY 2016


Exhibition: Pollen Form Drawings by Dilys Jackson at The Waterloo Gardens Teahouse, 5 Waterloo Gardens, Penylan, Cardiff CF23 5AA.
Tel: 02920 456073

The Process of Effigy Building


Event dates: NOVEMBER 2015 - JANUARY 2016.


Gustavius Payne: The Process of Effigy Building


New exhibition showing at The College Merthyr Tydfil, in the Art and Design exhibition space.

Visitors should report to reception where they can sign in as a visitor.


This exhibition consists of predominantly larger works (approx. 1.5 metres), concerned with dogma and the prejudices of (western) society; from the ethics of religion, to the militarisation of childhood wonder.

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