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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. 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

  2. Meirion Jones
  3. Michael Howard

    Michael Howard

    Michael Howard was born in Lancashire in 1950 and currently lives near Brecon. He attended Chelsea School of Art 1979 – 1982.

    During the 1980s he was a successful Automata Maker exhibiting widely across the UK in public galleries, including the Victoria and Albert Museum. In the 1990s he began teaching and returned to painting.

    In 2012 he left his job as Head of Art at Rug

  4. Mike Jones

    Mike Jones

    Mike Jones paints and works from his studio in the Swansea Valley, South Wales. Born in 1941,

    Mike Jones is an artist who takes inspiration from the post war Welsh culture of the mining valley community in which he grew up. His work reflects his distinct and expressive appraisal of the simplicity and strength of powerful images rooted in the social and working life of the people and the

  5. Paul Rees

    Paul Rees

    Neath artist, Paul Rees. Born in Pontypool in 1971 and brought up in Neath, Paul studied Fine Art at Swansea Metropolitan University graduating with first class honours in 2008.

    He has since exhibited regularly throughout Wales. Paul is known for his moody backstage theatre paintings. Many depict Neath Little Theatre, where he has acted, designed stage sets and worked as a stage manager

  6. Peter Cronin

    Peter Cronin

    Peter Cronin was born in South Wales and worked in heavy industry for 20 years as an engineer before becoming a full-time artist in 2003.

    He has exhibited with the Royal Society of Marine Artists and he is a member of both the Watercolour Society of Wales and the Pure Watercolour Society. He regards watercolour as the most demanding of medium, there being little margin for error.

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  7. Peter Kosowicz

    Peter Kosowicz

    PETE KOZ AKA Pete Kosowicz 28/12/59

    The Attic Gallery is happy to welcome back Peter to the Gallery after a long time working with many other established artists, He now has time to produce his own work again.

    When he was younger Pete used to sell a lot of prints and had a few shows. He started working for other artists as a way of paying to have his own studio and as life took

  8. Rhona Tooze

    Rhona Tooze

    Rhona Tooze has been a batik artist since the late 1970’s.

    Having qualified as a specialist secondary art teacher from Swansea College of Art. She has been exhibiting regularly since then, with work in public and private collections throughout the world.

    She also runs classes through the DACE department at Swansea University.She specialises in images of Welsh life, her sub

  9. Robert Harrison

    Robert Harrison

    Robert Harrison was born in Neath in 1943. He studied at the West of England College of Art, Bristol, where he achieved a degree in Art and Design.

    After a postgraduate course at Cardiff University, he taught Art at a comprehensive school in Hertfordshire before becoming a full time artist. He has exhibited at the Attic Gallery since 1980 and at other galleries across Wales and beyond.

  10. Ross Emerson

    Ross Emerson

    Ross Emerson makes a range of sculptural clocks as well as other functional and non-functional pieces. All his work is hand made in a red clay and painted with underglaze colours. He works from slabs of clay and embellishes with modeled details. Many influences play a part in his work, such as architecture, surrealism, perspective and illusion. All influences seem to manifest themselves in the

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