Posts Tagged ‘North Wales’

Exhibition catalogue. X-10 Pŵer yn y Tir/ Power in the Land. Editors: Helen Grove-White and Annie Grove-White. Published by X-10, 2016. Ysbyty Ifan (St. John’s Hospital) is a remote and beautiful hamlet in North Wales. The surrounding landscape feels like Icelandic tundra, or moonscape. In the summer, the expansive mountaintop flickers with the white fluff […]

After the ridiculous mega crush of Manchester‘s European Markets, which seem to run from late November right up to Christmas, the Victorian Market at Wrexham this year was a pleasant surprise. I haven’t ever been before and I have to say, it was a lively mix of food, drink, entertainment, local crafts and christmassy things. […]

On 5 September I went to see National Theatre Wales‘ latest production Branches in Wepre Woods on Deeside, North Wales It was anarchic and at times exciting. I felt the production was too long, performances were great, it’s just that it got so cold and dark and the gnats were out in force. There […]

This summer there’s a major selling show of Anita Klein‘s work at Oriel Wrecsam, in Wrexham NE Wales. This is the first time that such a large group of work by the collectable artist has been seen in North Wales. The gallery offers Arts Council of Wales and Principality Building Society‘s Collectorplan scheme.

one of the artists whose work most impressed me during the selection of last year’s Lle Celf, Eisteddfod, was Antonia Dewhurst. This summer you can see more of her work, based on the idea of shelter, at Oriel Davies Gallery in Newtown, Powys. gimme shelter Antonia Dewhurst 07 July 2012 – 05 September 2012 Antonia […]

I really enjoyed seeing the paintings of Mali Morris. The colour in these photos isn’t so good, so use the link above to go straight to Mali Morris’ website. It was good to see her work at Mostyn. Mali is from North Wales originally and now exhibits nationally and internationally. This is the first opportunity […]

The time of building the Cob and Tollgate. On my way back from Abersoch I remembered that the Cob in Porthmadog was opened 200 years ago this week.