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Summer Mixed Show

A beautiful, exciting and thought provoking new show opens on Friday 11 July featuring the very different abstract work of painters Gwen Joy and Bob Royston showing the landscape work they completed during their recent residency at Oriel y Park together with new impressionistic oil work from Anne Farrall-Doyle .

Alongside this we are showing the powerful political statements made by the unique ceramic work of new graduate interdisciplinary artist Julie Slack focussing on modern day slavery and war . Contrasting and bringing a smile to your face are the fabulous enormous hand built teapots each with their own narrative made by recent graduate Lindy Martin - could be from "Alice in Wonderland" . Also showing are the new Japanese inspired Raku pots from Neil Curran, a firm favourite with many of our visitors and the final graduate show work of Olwen Thomas showcasing her functional and attractive vessels which reference the colour and patterns of welsh blankets and shawls. Other resident exhibitors are also showing work.


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