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Current Virtual Exhibition


Welcome to the Attic Gallery Virtual Exhibition


This is the first exhibition of its kind to be held at the Attic Gallery.  It has been assembled from new works submitted by our artists who have been very prolific during this difficult period.  We are also very pleased to offer our customers a new selection of work never shown previously, by Will Roberts. This exhibition will be updated as details of additional works become available.


(Please note that unless clearly stated, all paintings are framed.)


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This exhibition will run to 29th August


 We hope you enjoy your visit !



Current Virtual Exhibition

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  1. Alan Williams

    Alan Williams

    Alan Williams was born in Swansea in 1951 and discovered printmaking in the mid-90s during his University Of Wales Graphic Art BA. He was immediately attracted to the creative possibilities offered by the various print processes.

    Soon after graduating, he went on to co-found the Swansea Print Workshop which over the last 15 years has developed into a major resource for the South Wa

  2. Annie Giles-Hobbs

    Annie Giles-Hobbs



  3. Anthony Douglas-Jones

    Anthony Douglas-Jones

    Tony was born in Selkirk, Scotland but spent his childhood in Penarth, Wales. He began painting at the age of sixteen, working in oils for thirty years before turning to watercolour.  He graduated with a degree in Zoology from Cambridge University before studying for a medical degree involving clinical studies at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London.  Subsequently, he moved to New

  4. Carolyn Little

    Carolyn Little

    Carolyn Little was born in Swansea in 1943 but grew up in Haverfordwest.

    She studied at Swansea College of Art from 1962 until 1966, then taught Art in secondary schools in London and Swansea.

    In 1990 she gave up full-time teaching to become a part-time adult education lecturer for the University of Wales Swansea and to concentrate on painting. She is now retired but continues t

  5. Elizabeth Haines

    Elizabeth Haines

    Elizabeth’s work has evolved over the years into a style which occupies a precarious hinterland between topography and abstraction. It evokes, often obliquely, the landscape of France as well as of Wales, and is frequently described as surreal and dreamlike. Her ‘subject matter’ presents itself and evolves during the genesis of the work, where the action of painting itself releases memori
  6. Michael Howard

    Michael Howard

    Michael Howard was born in Lancashire in 1950 and currently lives near Brecon. He attended Chelsea School of Art 1979 – 1982.

    During the 1980s he was a successful Automata Maker exhibiting widely across the UK in public galleries, including the Victoria and Albert Museum. In the 1990s he began teaching and returned to painting.

    In 2012 he left his job as Head of Art at Rug

  7. Robert Harrison

    Robert Harrison

    Robert Harrison was born in Neath in 1943. He studied at the West of England College of Art, Bristol, where he achieved a degree in Art and Design.

    After a postgraduate course at Cardiff University, he taught Art at a comprehensive school in Hertfordshire before becoming a full time artist. He has exhibited at the Attic Gallery since 1980 and at other galleries across Wales and beyond.

  8. Sara Philpott

    Sara Philpott

    Sara Philpott is a painter and print-maker who studied at Central School of Art and Design, London, graduating in 1984.

    She exhibited in London for several years before moving to Wales. Her paintings are shown mainly in London and selected Welsh galleries and her original printmaking work for private presses such as Gwasg Gregynog and The Old Stile Press features in public and private c

  9. Sian McGill

    Sian McGill

    Featured Artist March 2020 Sian McGill

    Sian McGill was born on St Davids Day 1973 in Pontypool, South Wales.

    After gaining a degree in English at Swansea University, she returned to a childhood love of art, pursuing this alongside bringing up her young family. Painting soon became a passion and has become a full time occup

  10. Therese James

    Therese James

    Therese James,

    artist and writer, was born in 1959 and has spent most of her life in her home town Llanelli, South Wales, a post industrial town alongside the Burry Estuary that has changed greatly since her youth.

    Her work, she says, can best be described by the Welsh words, ‘Hwyl’ and Hiraeth. &lsquo

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