Galleries - February Issue

FEBRUARY 2018 GALLERIES 13 Wales leading artists. The Arts Council ofWales Collectorplan interest free payment scheme is now available at Harbour Lights Gallery. Full details on our website. t 01348 831549 MONMOUTHSHIRE g THE ART SHOP & CHAPEL 8 Cros Street, Abergavenny, MonsNP7 5EH KumarSaraff: . . . Too far for you to see (R S Thomas The Welsh Country). Feb 24–Apr 7. Paintings, watercolours, etchings and lino prints by Royal Academy Schools trained artist. “Kumar’s landscapes are accessible enough to gladden the heart oftraditionalists while striking a fresh note. To those who know them, it is startling to see such familiar places through different eyes.” Caroline Juler, art critic. Arts Council ofWales Collectorplan available. Tue–Sat 9.15–5, free admn t 01873 852690 t @TheArtShopWales f Theartshopandchapel h IAP FINE ART 15 Church Street, Monmouth, MonsNP25 3BX 21st Century Figurative. Feb 3–24. Recent works on canvas and paper by Chris Gollon, Maggi Hambling and Peter Howson. Sculpture by Mel Fraser and with fine jewellery by Paul Hatton. Thu–Fri 11–5, Sat 11–4 & by appt t 01600 772005 t @IAPFineArt f IAPFineArt POWYS i MOMA MACHYNLLETH Y Tabernacl, Heol Penrallt, Machynlleth, Powys SY20 8AJ Lavinia Range: Lavinia’s Garden. Until Mar 10. Philippa Robbins: Flock. Until Mar 10. Richard Deacon: Weather. Until Mar 10. Glyn Baines: Paper and Paint. Until Mar 10. Mon-Sat 10-4 t 01654 703355 CEREDIGION j THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES, GREGYNOG GALLERY Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 3BU Kyffin Williams: Behind the Frame. Feb 16–Sep 1. *ad Commemorating the 100th anniversary ofthe birth ofone ofthe defining Welsh artists ofthe 20th century, drawing upon the extensive and distinctive collection ofpaintings and archives in the Library. Mon–Fri 9–6, Sat 9.30–5 t 01970 632800 Celebrating a Centenary 03.02.18 – 01.07.18 On May 9th Sir Kyffin Williams, one of Wales’ greatest artists, would be celebrating his 100th birthday.In honour of Sir Kyffin this exhibition will provide a glimpse into his life and work; from his early influences and training at the Slade, his foreign travels, portraits and well known landscapes.The show includes loans from many institutions and individuals, most notably the collections of the National Library of Wales Oriel Môn, Rhosmeirch, Llangefni, Anglesey LL77 7TQ Tel: 01248 724444 Open daily 10.00am – 5.00pm admission free