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Current Exhibition

Current Exhibition

Our Summer Group Show 2019

This show opens on Saturday the 6th of July and runs until Friday the 20th September 2019.

Features all 40+ artists including some artists new to the Gallery

Special Events in this show:

Shelter Cymru Sealed bid auction for a Pater Cronin waterclour (until the show closes)

John Cooper @ 90 (Fridat 26h July 6-8 PM)

'History of art and represntation in Swansea' a talk by Gerald Gabb (Friday 23rd August 6-8 PM)

The Attic Gallery Brenda Bloxham Award 2019 (Show within a show 7th -21st September)

As this show features all of our artists. We will take some time to update our website with all the artwork.

 

If you have any questions please call the Gallery on 01792 653387 during working hours, outside of this time please email sales@atticgallery.co.uk.

THANK YOU

Lisa & Andrew

Current Exhibition

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  1. Alan Figg

    Alan Figg

    Alan Figg

    My first encounter with printmaking was at Swansea College of Art (1959-63), where I combined courses in stained glass and lithography. Following graduation, I taught art for 35 years and printmaking in a variety of techniques became a strong element in my syllabus.

    The technique I have favoured over the years has been lino-printing but since retiring in 1998 I have co

  2. Alan Roberts

    Alan Roberts

    Alan is a Swansea based print maker
  3. 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

  4. Aled Prichard-Jones

    Aled Prichard-Jones

    Aled Prichard-Jones was born and brought up in Bangor and worked in Pembrokeshire as a Chief Architect until retirement in 2000.

    He then took up painting full time and is now an established artist working in both oils and pastel living back home in his native North Wales.

    “Pastels allow me to work quickly and the bright colours are useful to emphasise the variable effects

  5. Ann Lewis

    Ann Lewis

    Ann was born in St. Asaph, Flintshire and now lives above the Ogwen Valley, in Gerlan, near Bethesda, Gwynedd.

    She graduated in 1988 from Exeter College of Art & Design with an Honours Degree in Graphic design, was drawn 'home' to Wales where she worked as a freelance designer and illustrator until 1995.

    Ann was Managing/Creative Director of Welsh web design company WiSS fro

  6. Carole Hopkins

    Carole Hopkins

    Carole Morgan Hopkin M.A.

    Born in Cardiff and educated at Cardiff College of Art and the University of Wales, Carole began to paint while on tour as an actress with the Welsh National Theatre Company. During her time in ‘The Mousetrap’ at the St. Martin’s Theatre she presented her work to the art buyer at

  7. Carole Jury

    Carole Jury

    Carole Jury was born in Kent and moved to West Wales from London in 1969. Here she was employed for some years as a restorer of antique ceramics. She has no formal art education and is mostly self taught. She has exhibited regularly in both solo and mixed shows across Wales. "I started painting with oils about 30 years ago and have never looked back. I love the smell and texture of the oil paints
  8. 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

  9. Chris Williams

    Chris Williams

    Chris Williams MRBS

    His current practice draws inspiration from both terrestrial and astronomical landscapes. The post industrial landscape of South Wales where he is now based has inspired him to make work that explores the man made altered land which is still evident decades after it was returned to nature.

    This work is carved from natural timber and responds to the random nat

  10. David Carpanini

    David Carpanini

    David L Carpanini was born in Glamorgan in 1946.

    He was trained at Gloucestershire College of Art and Design, Cheltenham, the Royal College of Art and the University of Reading. He was Professor of Art at the University of Wolverhampton from 1992 to 2000 and President of the Royal Society of Painter - Printmakers from 1995 to 2003. In 1969 he won the British Institution

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