MOLLY PARKIN | A FORCE OF NATURE Molly Parkin, or Moll as she is affectionately referred to, is a true artist who sees beauty in all things. When meeting her, as she walked along the windswept beaches on the Gower, she pointed excitedly to all manner of objects and scenes – a cue for one of […]
Welsh artist Pete Fowler, best known for his artwork for the Super Furry Animals, talks to us about his love of illastration, music and tips for young artists.
Commissioned by Wales Millennium Centre for Christmas, paper sculptor Andy Singleton will be creating intricate decorations on a huge scale for display throughout the Centre’s public spaces. The Ice Storm will be blowing through the Centre and leaving its indelible and magical impression throughout the public areas.
Something’s happening in our high streets. Previously vacant storefronts, casualties of the economy, are now bustling hubs of art and performance. Where are they coming from? Who would dare subvert our aversion to change and fill these once derelict buildings with life once more? The culprit is new and exciting project Somewhereto_, and it hopes […]
Madalen Davies reviews the exciting Corrie Chiswell exhibition at Off the Wall Gallery
The first show at the new Elysium Gallery starts on an optimistic note by sounding the death knell for art itself.
Even the presence of a human paintbrush can’t detract from the fact that this is a lukewarm selection of artworks, writes Susie Wild
Four emerging Welsh artists tackle everything from mermaids to tap dancing, to mixed results.
An enjoyable look back at the Welsh School of Architectural Glass’ impressive history.
A voyage through time that’s brimful of sea fever.