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  1. 1 Attic Gallery Calendar 2019

    1 Attic Gallery Calendar 2019

    Attic Calendar 2019

    Gallery Student Award for 2019

    The Attic Gallery would like to announce the launch of a new Award for third year BA students (who are studying an art degree in Wales) to help promote the artist through exhibition at the gallery.

    In its&rsqu

  2. 2 Booking New Year 2019 Talks

    2 Booking New Year 2019 Talks

    Book here for all February/March Talks.Please book via the products section of this website area.There are five talks at the end of February, and one on the 1st of March 2019.Making a total of six events.

  3. 3 Added Recent Artworks

    3 Added Recent Artworks

    New paintings fresh into the Gallery
  4. 4 Attic Gallery Gift Vouchers

    4 Attic Gallery Gift Vouchers

    A Range of vouchers that can be exchanged for gallery items.

    The email receipt for your transaction should be retained as this is your gift voucher proof of purchase.

    The voucher will be authenticated and mailed royal mail signed for to the address provided.

    The vouchers will be delivered with a gift card which can be personalised and sent directly to the intended recipi

  5. Alan Figg

    Alan Figg

    Alan Figg

    My first experience of printmaking occurred in 1960 when, as a student at Swansea College of Art, I pursued courses in Lithography and Stained Glass design.

    Whilst quite dissimilar crafts they nevertheless proved to be a happy combination requiring particular symbiotic design skills. After graduating in 1963 I taught in schools in Bournemouth and Swansea until my retir

  6. Alan Roberts
  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. Brenda Hartill

    Brenda Hartill

    Brenda Hartill is an innovative British painter / printmaker based in East Sussex where she has a studio.

    Her working time is also spent in her studio in the Andalucian mountain village of Gaucin in Southern Spain, and on visits to the wilds of New Zealand where she was brought up. Her work explores the texture, pattern and light of landscape, and ranges from finely drawn figurative wor

  10. 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

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