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Current Exhibition

Current Exhibition


Welcome to the Attic Gallery Mixed Group Winter Show 2020

Website being updated so please call back soon 



The gallery will be open from Wednesdays to Saturdays 10am to 4pm
and also by appointment (with no obligation to purchase) at any other time.


We continue to offer free delivery for any item purchased online or we can hold purchases at the gallery until a convenient time for collection if preferred. It is also possible to reserve an item for a limited time. For customers unable to come to the gallery and want a closer look at any item/s, we are available for pre-arranged 'Skype' or 'Facetime' calls.



Enquiries can be made by e-mail or by telephone.   

This exhibition will run to the 27th Febuaury 2021

The Gallery will be closed for a Christmas break from the 20th December 2020 until January 20th 2021


 We hope you enjoy your visit !



Current Exhibition

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  1. 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

  2. Annie Giles-Hobbs

    Annie Giles-Hobbs



  3. 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

  4. Francisco Centofanti

    Francisco Centofanti

    Francisco Centofanti


    Has been a professional artist for over twenty years since graduating from the Florence Academy of Art, Italy. He creates exciting and iconic works of art with an unprecedented fusion of contemporary inspiration and traditional techniques.

    His work has been exhibited extensively and is collected by clients in

  5. George Little

    George Little

    George Little 1927 - 2017

    George Little was born in Danygraig, Swansea in 1927, attending Danygraig School, Swansea Grammar School and, after the blitz in Swansea, the High School for Boys in Trowbridge, Wiltshire.

    He went to Swansea School of Art for a year, did military service in the RAFVR, then returned to Swansea College of Art, as it had then become, and the Ruskin School

  6. Glenys Cour

    Glenys Cour

    Glenys I Cour ATD, RCA, MA (Honorary), Fellow UW, was born in Fishguard, Pembrokeshire in 1924 and studied at Cardiff College of Art under Ceri Richards.

    She lectured at Swansea College of Art for many years in both the Painting and Architectural Glass Departments. She is one of the founding artists of our gallery, exhibiting in our first exhibition in June 1962 and showing here in grou

  7. Judith Stroud

    Judith Stroud

    Judith Stroud was born in England and her early years were spent in Africa.

    After gaining a fine art degree at the West of England College of Art in Bristol, she moved to Wales and made a career in teaching art.

    A director of Swansea Print Workshop, in 2005, she received an Arts Council Award to study Advanced Printmaking Techniques at Edinburgh Printmakers and implement these a

  8. Lyndon Thomas

    Lyndon Thomas

    Lyndon was born in Llanelli in 1941 and started painting and exhibiting in the early 1960s but urned his hand to domestic stoneware pottery with which he gained great success throughout Wales and the Marches.  However, health issues have recently limited his pottery making and so he turned back to painting.

    The landscapes that fascinate him are open and sparse and in this bleak and

  9. Matthew Wood

    Matthew Wood

    Matthew Wood studied at the Shrewsbury School of Art and Middlesex University. He gained an MA in Fine Art – Painting in 2001 from the University of Wales.

    He was Lecturer of Art at Shrewsbury College for a number of years where he ran the Higher Level Art Programme before leaving to paint full-time.

    He has exhibited widely in Wales and also in England and Europe. His work

  10. Maurice Sheppard

    Maurice Sheppard

    Maurice Sheppard PPRWS NEAC

    Maurice Sheppard, PPRWS, NEAC, MA(RCA) was born at Llangwm in Pembrokeshire in 1947. He is the first Welsh President of the Royal Watercolour Society (Founded 1804) and its youngest President since 1819.

    Representing Pembrokeshire youth as a scholar to the Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales at Newtown in 1965, he was to win the Geoffrey Crawshay Memor

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