DYFED a KING STREET GALLERY 33 King Street, Carmarthen, Dyfed SA31 1BS Main Gallery Members’ New Year Exhibition: contemporary fine and applied arts. Jan 5–Mar 7. Chate Room Members’ Sale. Jan 5–31. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01267 220121 t @kingstgallery f kingstreetgallery ANGLESEY b ORIEL MÔN Rhosmeirch, Llangefni, Anglesey LL77 7TQ Association of Anglesey Art Clubs. Jan 20–Mar 4. A range of two and three dimensional artworks by members of the various art groups on Anglesey. This popular exhibition displays new work inspired by 12 GALLERIES JANUARY 2018 MAPS 4 & 5 UK CARDIFF CITY CENTRE & WALES & BORDERS a THE ALBANY GALLERY 74b Albany Road, Cardiff CF24 3RS Vintage Artists’ Posters. Jan 18–Feb 10. Original exhibition posters produced by some of the 20th century’s greatest artists designed in collaboration with renowned Parisian ateliers such as the Mourlot Frères studio. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun & BHols 11–4 t 029 2048 7158 t @albanygallery f TheAlbanyGallery b MARTIN TINNEY GALLERY 18 St Andrew’s Crescent, Cardiff CF10 3DD Winter Exhibition. Until Jan 6. Clive Hicks Jenkins: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Part II. Jan 10–27. Galleries II & III – changing exhibition by our gallery artists. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–5 t 029 2064 1411 ABERYSTWYTH FISHGUARD HAVERFORDWEST TENBY BRECON ABERGAVENNY MACHYNLLETH LLANGOLLEN WREXHAM CONWY PENARTH MONMOUTH LLANGEFNI HAY-ON-WYE HOLYHEAD BANGOR CARDIGAN WALTERSTONE CARMARTHEN NEWTOWN NEWPORT SWANSEA a g h c b f e i d CARDIFF CHESTER LUDLOW HEREFORD CHEPSTOW RHYL ST DAVIDS LLANRWST PORTHGAIN SHREWSBURY DENBIGH KNIGHTON TAFF C H A R L E S S T C H U R C H I L L W A Y ER R A C E T H E H A Y E S B R I D 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 A D C A S T L E S T D U K E S T Q U E E N S T A 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 A R Y H I G H C O L U M R O A D N O R T H R O A D P A R K P L A C E CARDIFF a b Queen Street CARDIFF WALES & BORDERS Ralph Steadman came to prominence in the 1960s in Private Eye, where there were three great pen and ink artists, the other two being Gerald Scarfe and Willie Rushton, who was altogether more gentle than the other hooligans. Steadman and Scarfe had ‘edge’, and the ability to shake one’s sensibilities, and one got the feeling that they were often vying to out-do each other on the shockabilty front. Yet Ralph was, and is, capable of some truly beautiful landscapes, the witty work he did for Oddbins, and also for a book on whisky entitled ‘Still Life with Bottle’. His illustrations for Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Treasure Island’ are masterpieces of mood and evocative characterisation; Michelangelo and Leonardo from ‘I Leonardo’, published in 1983, is a triumph of line, dynamics and, above all, humour. Although Ralph did not THUMB nail Ralph Steadman ‘Lion’