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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

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Our Artists

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  1. John Elwyn (William John Elwyn Davies)

    John Elwyn (William John Elwyn Davies)

    William John Elwyn Davies, professionally known as John Elwyn, (20 November 1916 - 13 November 1997) was a British painter, illustrator and educator.

    Davies was born in Adpar, Newcastle Emlyn in rural south Cardiganshire on 20 November 1916. He attended Carmarthen School of Art 1935-37 and the West of England College of Art, Bristol 1937-38.

    He was awarded an Exhibition scholars

  2. Jonathan Taylor

    Jonathan Taylor

    Jonathan Taylor was born in the West Midlands in 1962.

    He studied in Worcester and Leeds between 1982 and 1987 before turning professional in 1988. He has exhibited for many years with galleries in Surrey, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Yorkshire and Swansea as well as at The Mall Galleries in London showing with The Pastel Society and Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour. In 2006

  3. Josef Herman

    Josef Herman

    Josef Herman OBE RA (3 January 1911 – 19 February 2000), was a highly regarded Polish-British realist

  4. 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 at the Wo

  5. Karel Lek

    Karel Lek

    Karel Lek (1929-2020) was born in Antwerp in 1929, but the misfortunes of World War II brought him to North Wales in 1940.

    He was educated at Friars Grammar School, Bangor and Liverpool College of Art.

    Karel escaped Hitler and settled in Wales. Karel, who was 90 and lived on Anglesey, had described finding "freedom" in Wales, with the scenery inspiring his work. During an interv

  6. Kathryn Le Grice

    Kathryn Le Grice

    Kathryn Le Grice was born in Swansea in 1972. She obtained an honours degree in Philosophy, with a focus on Aesthetics, from the University of Leeds in 1991, and a Masters degree in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester in 2004.

    Since then she has worked as a full-time artist, dividing her time between Wales and California. She is currently based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  7. Louise Edwards

    Louise Edwards

    Louise was born in the Rhondda, brought up in Bridgend and now lives in Llangollen, North Wales. A self-taught painter, she paints intuitively using both brush and pallete knife and using both left and right hands, reacting to mark-making. Texture is an important part of the painting process for Louise, both from the pure pleasure of painting in an impasto style and also for the trail that i
  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. Mary Griffiths

    Mary Griffiths

    Mary Griffiths RCA was born in Wales in 1956.

    She attended Dyfed College of Art followed by Croydon College of Art. She has had work selected for the National Portrait Gallery and Royal Society of Portrait Painters. National prizes include a Gold Medal in Fine Art, at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 1994. "As a figurative painter in the 21st century, listening to the revelation that

  10. 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

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