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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 Contemporary art being and formed in 1962

Many significant Welsh artists have exhibited with us and continue to do so

This site contains the current list of active artists represented by the Gallery

Please enjoy browsing. Purchases can be made online or by contacting the gallery

Our Artists

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  1. Gerard Tunney

    Gerard Tunney

    Gerard was born in Sunderland where he lives now, after re-locating from Cambridgeshire where he lived for a number of years. He studied at Sunderland university followed by The University of Northumbria where he obtained his Masters’ degree in Fine Art It was his return to the northeast that encouraged him to resume his love of the sea with a series of paintings based on coastline reflectio
  2. 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
  3. 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

  4. Helen Sinclair

    Helen Sinclair

    Helen Sinclair was born in South Wales in 1954. She completed a foundation course at Dyfed School of Art (1972 - 73) and studied sculpture at Wimbledon School of Art (1973 -1976) gaining her BA. After teaching art for twelve years, she has been a full-time sculptor since 1988.

    She gained membership of the Royal British Society of Sculptors in 2006.I have been making sculpture for over t

  5. Hilke MacIntyre

    Hilke MacIntyre

    Hilke MacIntyre was born in Germany near the Danish border. She studied architecture at the College for Art & Design in Kiel and worked for various architects until she moved to Scotland in1995.

    Since then she has focused on printmaking, ceramics and painting, combining a simplified figurative style with bold shapes, strong colours and abstract patterns. Her work is widely exhibited

  6. Jack Jones

    Jack Jones

    Jack Jones (1922 - 1993) Also a writer as (Jack Raymond Jones)

    Painter, teacher and writer, Jack was born poor and illegitimate in the front room of a terraced house in Aberdyberth Street, Hafod, Swansea, in 1922 during the Great Depression and was raised by his grandmother.  Whilst conditions were harsh and the area was one of high unemployment and few comforts, young Jack was not

  7. Jane Carpanini

    Jane Carpanini

    Jane Carpanini RWS RWA RCA Jane Carpanini was born in Bedfordshire in 1949. She studied at Brighton College of Art and the University of Reading. She was elected RWA in 1977, RWS in 1978 and RCA in 1992.

    Early in her career Jane established a reputation for meticulous watercolours of landscape and architecture. Truthfulness to detail and an aesthetically appreciative involvement with he

  8. Joanna Jones

    Joanna Jones

    Joanna is originally from Swansea, and now lives in Cardigan. She studied art in Swansea and Cardiff and was in the teaching profession for over 12 years. Joanna’s inspiration is taken from the patterns and shapes of the landscape of West Wales. Her preferred medium is acrylic on board.

  9. John Brunsdon

    John Brunsdon

    John Reginald Brunsdon (B 1933, D. 2014) ARCA was a British printmaker and painter.

    He was born in Cheltenham 15 August 1933 and died in Ipswich 13 April 2014.

    Brunsdon was emphatically not a city dweller, although he is now recording Britain 's heritage, which, by necessity, has brought him in contact with the urban landscape.

    Nostalgic and evocative images such as The

  10. John Cooper

    John Cooper

    John Cooper studied Painting and Stained Glass in Swansea between 1949 and 1956.

    John became the Assistant Curator at the Glynn Vivian from 1954 to 1956 before entering teaching. The first major group exhibition he was to participate in was the ‘Young Contemporaries’ at Chenil Galleries, Chelsea, London 1953 where his work was described in The Times as “primitive&rdquo

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