Galleries - May 2012

Paresh Nrshinga. Apr 12–May 9. Sarah Jane Brown, Steven Lovatt: ‘It’s Not All As It Seems’. May 10–Jun 6. Two artists with an unique style through the use of colour and personal technique. Work of the highest quality, vibrant and arresting. Interest Free Payment Plan available. Promoting International, Modern and Contemporary Art. Tue–Fri 9.30–5.30, Sat 10–4, admn free t 029 2055 4469 d ST DAVID’S HALL EXHIBITION SPACE The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1AH Lee Phillips: He Who Casts the First Stone. May 11–Jun 13. An exhibition of paintings. Brendan Stuart Burns: Glimpse. May 11–Jun 13. Paintings and Drawings to accompany the release of his new book. He uses paint and charcoal to communicate his experience as well as incorporating his own refractions of self, identity and awareness of mortality and the spiritual. Mon–Sat 10–4, open most evenings admn free t 029 2087 8500 16. GALLERIES MAY 12 MAP 4 UK WALES & BORDERS & CARDIFF CITY CENTRE CARDIFF a THE ALBANY GALLERY 74b Albany Road, Cardiff CF24 3RS Colin Carruthers, Dominic Hills, Mary Jolley. Apr 27–May 19. A broad range of work from three of the gallery’s leading artists. Mike Jones. May 25–Jun 16. New work from the renowned chronicler of Welsh working life. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 11–4 t 029 2048 7158 b MARTIN TINNEY GALLERY 18 St Andrew’s Crescent, Cardiff CF10 3DD Sarah Carvell: New Paintings. May 3–26. Gallery II: Changing exhibition over three floors by Wales’ leading and emerging artists. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–5 t 029 2064 1411 c OFF THE WALL The Old Probate Registry Cardiff Road, Llandaff, Cardiff CF5 2DQ International abstract artist C H A R L E S S T C H U R C H I L L W A Y T H E H A Y E S G E S T W Y E V E R N E R D W O O D V I L L E RO A D M U S K I N S T S A L I S B U R Y R D B L D d e N A N T E S K I N G S W A Y D U K E S T Q U E E N S T D A M S T R E E T N E W P O R T R O A D A L B A N Y R O A D C I T Y R O A D W E S T G R O V E R I C H M O N D R O A D S T M H I G H D P A R K P L A C E CARDIFF a d c b Queen Street ABERYSTWYTH FISHGUARD HAVERFORDWEST TENBY BRECON ABERGAVENNY MACHYNLLETH PWLLHELI LLANGOLLEN WREXHAM CONWY PENARTH MONMOUTH LLANGEFNI TREGARON HAY-ON-WYE HOLYHEAD BANGOR CARDIGAN WALTERSTONE LLANFAES CARMARTHEN NEWTOWN NEWPORT SWANSEA e g h n m l k q j p i o f NARBERTH CARDIFF CHESTER SHREWSBURY HEREFORD CHEPSTOW RHYL ST DAVIDS ANGLESEY e ORIEL YNYS MôN Rhosmeirch, Llangefni, Anglesey North Wales LL77 7TQ Art Gallery: Martyn Jones. Apr 21–Jun 3. Long Gallery: Peter Moore. Feb 7–Jun 11. Central Gallery: Bill Kneale. Feb 9–Jun 13. History Gallery: Harry Hughes Williams. Feb 4–Jul 1. Oriel Kyffin Williams: From the Hearth to the Oriel. Mar 17–Oct 7. Shop and Café. Admn free. Mon–Sun 10.30–5 t 01248 724444 f TEGFRYN GALLERY Cadnant Road, Menai Bridge Anglesey, Wales LL59 5EW Nerys Johnson: Another Language II. Apr 27–May 20. Gallery Artists. May 21–Jun 10. Changing exhibition by Wales’ leading 20th C. artists including Sir Kyffin Williams, Peter Prendergast and Gwen John. In addition there will be work by leading and emerging contemporary artists, including Gwilym Prichard, Shani Rhys James, Karel Lek, Darren Hughes, Wilf Roberts, Meirion Ginsberg, Claudia Williams, Mary Lloyd Jones and Clive Hicks-Jenkins, amongst others. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 11–4.30 t 01248 715128 g UCHELDRE CENTRE Millbank, Holyhead, Anglesey LL65 1TE Dilys Fronks: Wall to Wall. May 8–Jun 5. Quilts by renowned quilter who has taught nationally and internationally for the past 30 years. This colourful exhibition illustrates the variety, scope and quality of her work over many years. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 2–5, admn free t 01407 763361 f 01407 763341 Ramiro Fernandez Saus ‘Dreams’ When architectural photographer Nick Barlow invited Catalan painter Ramiro Fernandez Saus to come and stay for a week in the Temple in his Folly Gardens at Stancombe in Gloucestershire, he must truly have thought he had died and gone to heaven. For if ever there was a place made to stir the imagination and inventiveness of a painter with Saus' eccentric, dream-like, almost 18th century artistic personality, this was it and he has responded with perhaps his strongest show yet at Long & Ryle (Map 22) , the lakes and grottoes, topiary and vistas of this extraordinary place providing the ideal point of departure for his evocative and playful imaginings. NU THUMB nails