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Our Artists

Our Artists

Hello and welcome to the Attic Gallery. The Attic is the Oldest privately owned gallery in Wales having a special interest in Welsh Contemparry art being formed in 1962.

Many sugnifcant Welsh artists have exhibuted with us and continue to do so.

This site contains current list of active artists with works at the Gallery.

Please enjoy, All these works are available for sale online

Do call in to see us when your are next in Swansea

 

Our Artists

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  1. David Bellamy

    David Bellamy

    Born in Pembroke, David travels widely in search of subjects to paint and is especially fascinated by mountains, the Arctic in its various moods, and desert scenery in the Middle East. In his search for subjects to paint he has fallen over a crocodile in Kenya, sketched on dog-sledges in Greenland, drawn moonlight scenes on a glacier in his underwear and taught Maasai warriors to sketch in Tanz

  2. 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 wo

  3. David Randal Davies

    David Randal Davies

    David Randal Davies, who also exhibits as David Randal, was born in Penclawdd on the north of the Gower Peninsula. He studied at the Swansea College of Art and later did post-graduate research at Cardiff College of Art. He also holds a Master's degree in education from the University of Wales. For over twenty years he was Head of Art at a large South Wales comprehensive school and also taught ex
  4. Dick Chappell

    Dick Chappell

    Dick Chappell (

    1954 - )

    Dick was born in Chesterfield, England in 1954 and studied Painting at Goldsmith’s College of Art in London (1973-76). Relocating to the Clydach Valley in 1988 brought about a significant change of subject matter. This area, like Derbyshire, has a rich pastoral and post-industrial landscape which together with the coastline of SW England and Wales,

  5. Donald Hamilton Fraser

    Donald Hamilton Fraser

    Donald Hamilton Fraser (1929-2009) Exhibited his highly acclaimed work in Paris New York Tokyo Zurich and many other cities around the world. The list of galleries that own or have exhibited his work is phenomenal. Donald participated in many of the most significant exhibitions of British work including the Royal Academy's 25 Years of British Painting, where he was also a Royal Academician
  6. 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
  7. Gareth Thomas

    Gareth Thomas

    Gareth Thomas (1955-2019)

    He was born in Swansea in 1955 and attended Trinity College, Carmarthen. 

    In 1979 he decided to paint full time and the earlier part of his career was devoted to working in Wales.

    He established his reputation with his sensitive watercolours, painting mostly outdoors to capture the constantly changing light and mood of the

  8. 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

  9. 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 group and solo
  10. Gwyn Roberts

    Gwyn Roberts

    Gwyn Roberts comes from the Conwy Valley in Snowdonia.

    He studied Fine Art at Norwich School of Art, before returning to Wales to do a postgraduate course at Cardiff College of Art. He taught Art in the Cardiff area, for over thirty years.

    Since becoming a full time artist, Gwyn Roberts' work has been in great demand, and, over the last few years, he has had sell out shows in Wa

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