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MISSION GALLERY, Swansea.
Mission Gallery is pleased to present a site specific installation by Carmarthenshire based textile artist, Ainsley Hillard. Hillard will create an installation inspired by the social and architectural history of Mission Gallery exploring the interrelationships between people, memory and space.
20 September – 1 November 2008
Tony Goble - Passionate Pilgrim. Exhibition opening at Ceri Richards
Gallery, Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea University on Saturday 4 October
A celebration of William Brown at the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea,
Saturday 11 October at 7.00. Music, Poetry and refreshments.
"If you, unknowing, are able to create masterpieces in colour, then unknowledge is your way. But if you are unable to create masterpieces in colour out of your unknowledge, then you ought to look for knowledge".
Johannes Itten (Bauhaus)
Art Matters in Tenby is an extensive gallery showing original art by some of the best Welsh and British artists in a uniquely relaxed and welcoming environment.
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"Playing with the Mind" "
by Glyn Price
Tony Goble - by Peter Wakelin. Parts of this obituary were published in The Guardian, 27 April 2007. Copyright Guardian News & Media Ltd 2007. Tony Goble was a constant presence in the art community of Wales for more than thirty years. His sudden and premature death on 13 April 2007, at the age of 63, shocked his fellow artists and his innumerable former students, and robbed Wales of one of its most distinctive creative voices. READ MORE...
by Ray Thomas IN NEW TALENT SHOWCASE
NEW TALENT SHOWCASE - ARTCYMRU FIRST SITE A new initiative to discover talent in Wales. If you are not already exhibiting with Artcymru, why not send us some images of your best work. We are offering a new site for amateur and emerging artists - coming soon. Drop us a line to find out more...email@example.com request your copy of part 1 our Special Report - "Making Money from Art" completely FREE OF CHARGE. CHECK OUT THE NEW FIRST SITE PAGE AND JOIN HERE
NEW TALENT - Raymond Thomas from Neath.
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Welsh Arts Archive Bernard Mitchell's mammoth photographic archive of post-war artists in Wales - still under construction...
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