Galleries - March 2018

DYFED a KING STREET GALLERY 33 King Street, Carmarthen, Dyfed SA31 1BS Main Gallery: Members’ New Year Exhibition: contemporary fine and applied arts. Chate Room: Tim Lake and Rachel Flux. Mar 2–21. Art in Action. Mar 26–31. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01267 220121 t @kingstgallery f kingstreetgallery ANGLESEY b ORIEL MÔN Rhosmeirch, Llangefni, Anglesey LL77 7TQ Kyffin Williams: Celebrating a Centenary. Until Jul 1. In honour of Sir Kyffin, who lived and died on Anglesey, and who was a champion of Oriel Môn, this exhibition provides a glimpse into his life and work. Association of Anglesey Art Clubs. Until Mar 4. daily 10–5 t 01248 724444 12 GALLERIES MARCH 2018 MAPS 4 & 5 UK CARDIFF CITY CENTRE & WALES & BORDERS a THE ALBANY GALLERY 74b Albany Road, Cardiff CF24 3RS Mike Carter, Dai David, Karl Davies, Paul Weston. Until Mar 10. Diverse and inspiring paintings of Wales in all its moods and seasons. Peter Kettle FRSA RCA: Solo Exhibition. Mar 15–Apr 7. Remarkable paintings of Patagonian and Welsh scenery steeped in history and outstanding natural beauty. 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 Mary Mabbutt: Stilled Life. Until Mar 24. Kate Milsom: No Man’s Land. Until Mar 24. Galleries II & III – a 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 j 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 A few years ago a ‘Country Life’ survey of Britain’s most beautiful counties gave Essex a zero rating. While it may not be the most immediately picturesque, artists have long recognised its understated beautiful visual qualities, Constable and Ravilious among them. Now, 21st century Essex has another worthy protagonist, Wladyslaw Mirecki, a new show at Chappel Galleries of his atmospheric and technically astonishing watercolours, once again searching out in the Essex scene around his home at Chappel for those odd juxtapositions of touchingly subtle landscape and the intrusions of the man-made into it that characterise his work. Railway viaducts, tarmac roads and gasometers are all here, as are desolate marshes, ploughed fields and remote estuaries – it all becomes his world. N U THUMB nail Wladyslaw Mirecki ‘Barn Door’