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FEBRUARY | ART LISTINGS

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Aberystwyth Arts Centre

University Of Wales, Aberystwyth. Free. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. 01970 621903 / www.aber.ac.uk/artscentre

Aberystwyth Illustrators: Pumed Gainc / The Fifth Branch Exhibition organised by Peter Stevenson and coincides with the Aberystwyth Storytelling Festival 2017; it focuses on the dark secrets of the Mabinogi. (Until Sat 25 Mar) Edgelands A collection of contemporary painting celebrating the forgotten margins of our landscape and considering how we perceive the world. (Until Sat 18 Mar) Bruce Cardwell ‘Yma O Hyd’ Art in the cafe area. (Until Sat 25 Mar)

Albany Gallery

74b Albany Road, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm. Free. 029 2048 7158 / www.albanygallery.com

Drawings Exhibition Drawings in a variety of mediums from selected gallery artists. (Until Sat 11 Feb) Maggie Brown, Sian McGill & Stephen Jon Owen Three artists deeply inspired by the Welsh landscape: Brown from Pembrokeshire, the Pontypool-born McGill and Owen, who lives in Caernarfonshire. (From Thurs 16 Feb until Sat 11 Mar)

Andrew Lamont Gallery (Theatr Brycheiniog)

Canal Wharf, Brecon. Open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Free. 01874 611622 / enquiries@brycheiniog.co.uk / www.brycheiniog.co.uk

CLYC: Emerge 3 Welsh art group presents work from Guilia Chiappa, Andrew Davies, Jo Headington, Goff James, Sophie Mannion, Liz Morris, Liz Steed, Luis Tiapia and guest artist Helen Higgins. (Throughout February)

Arcadecardiff

Queens Arcade, off Queen Street, Cardiff. Usually open Wed-Sat 12.30-5.30pm. www.arcadecardiff.co.uk

Rory Duckhouse A collection of images made from appropriated photographic manuals and ‘how to’ guides, looking at how our visual language is created and asking ‘what is beautiful?’ – an idea never truly defined but central in our way of understanding of imagery. (Until Sat 11 Feb) Johana Hartwig ‘Three Rivers Wide’ A look at our relationship with, and the characters of, Cardiff’s three rivers: the Taff, the Ely and the Rhymney. It features use of embroidered, fabric, symbols and works transferred from physical to digital and back again. (From Sat 25 Feb until Sat 4 Mar)

Art Central

Barry Town Hall, King Square, Barry. Tue-Sat 11am-4pm. Free. 01446 709805.

Holocaust Memorial Day Exhibition A collection of thought-provoking quotes by some who have been involved at Art Central’s HMD exhibitions over the past 10 years. You can also contribute your thoughts. (Until Sat 25 Feb)

Attic Gallery

37 Pocketts Wharf, Maritime Quarter, Swansea. Tue-Fri 10am-5.30pm, Sat 10am-4.30pm. Free. 01792 653387 / www.atticgallery.co.uk

Winter Group Exhibition New work from over 50 artists, most of them Wales-based or inspired by Wales. Paintings, sculpture, glasswork, pottery and original prints are on show and for sale. (Until Sat 25 Feb)

Bay Art

54 B/C Bute Street, Cardiff Bay. Free. 029 2065 0016 / www.bayart.org.uk

Power In The Land Responses through video, photography, sound, sculpture, installation and alternative photographic processes to try and come to terms with the conundrums of nuclear power, our future energy requirements and environmental concerns. (From Tue 21 Feb until Fri 17 Mar)

Boundary Art

3 Sovereign Quay, Havannah Street, Cardiff. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm. 029 2048 9869 / www.boundaryart.com

Ping Gang Cheng ‘Poetry’ A combination of ink painting, calligraphy and philosophy from this contemporary Chinese artist. (Until Sun 12 Mar)

Cardiff Story

The Hayes, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm. Free. 029 2034 6214 / museum@cardiff.gov.uk

Cardiff To Greenham Did you know that the Greenham Common protest began with a march in Cardiff? asked this venue’s listings of me, just before I pasted them onto the page. As it happens I didn’t! So here’s the place to come and learn more. (Until Sun 26 Feb) Dusty’s First World War Discover the history of Dusty Forge and find out how the Ely estate grew up in the aftermath of the First World War. (Until Sun 26 Feb) Icons & Allies Educational poster exhibition created by Pride Cymru, exploring how LGBT+ people have gained equal rights and social acceptance. (From Fri 17 until Sun 19 Feb)

Chapter Gallery

Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff. Tue, Wed, Sat + Sun 12-6pm; Thurs + Fri 12-8pm. Free. 029 2030 4400 / www.chapter.org

Artes Mundi 7 Works by internationally acclaimed artists Nástio Mosquito and Lamia Joreige, who are two of the artists nominated for this biannual art prize. Other artists’ work will be showing in the National Museum. (Until Sun 26 Feb)

Craft In The Bay

The Flourish, Lloyd George Avenue, Cardiff. Mon-Sun 10.30am-5.30pm. Free. 029 2048 4611 / www.makersguildinwales.org.uk

Riitta Sinkkonen Davies A new collection of woven and mixed media textiles by Makers Guild In Wales member, Finland-born Davies. (Until Sun 12 Feb) Sahar Saki A new collection of contemporary jewellery designs inspired by current research into modern architecture, and specifically the angles of the Principality Stadium. (Until Sun 26 Feb) Anna Noel ‘Telling Tales’ Touring exhibition initiated by the Mission Gallery and featuring this artist’s ceramic animals. (Until Sun 5 Mar)

Cwtsh Community and Arts Centre

226 Stow Hill, Newport. 01633 664498 / www.cwtsh.org.

John Briggs ‘Bob Dylan’s Minnesota’ A tribute to Dylan in the form of 50 images of his native state – most taken along Highway 61 – by Newport-based, Minnesota-born photographer Briggs. (Until Sun 12 Feb)

The Drill Hall

Lower Church Street, Chepstow. 01291 628552.

Ffiniau / Borders Four Welsh artists, contemporaries of author Raymond Williams – Joan Baker, Charles Burton, John Elwyn and Bert Isaac – reflect the reality of daily life in South Wales from the 1920s-60s. (Until Sun 26 Feb)

Dylan Thomas Centre

Somerset Place, Swansea. Daily 10am-4pm. Free. 01792 463980 / dylanthomas.lit@swansea.gov.uk / www.dylanthomas.com

Love The Words Ongoing, permanent exhibition dedicated to Dylan Thomas, with lots of interactive features and voiceovers from people including Prince Charles and Richard Burton.

Elysium Gallery

16 College Street, Swansea. Wed-Sat 12-5pm. Free. www.elysiumgallery.com

Bruce Risdon Distinctive landscape/portrait paintings from Swansea-based artist, aiming to break down traditional social stereotypes of identity, sexuality and gender. The first in a series of shows here this year, celebrating Elysium’s 10th birthday. (From Fri 3 until Sat 18 Feb)

Fountain Fine Art

Rhosmaen Street, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. Mon-Sat 10.30am-5pm. Free. www.fountainfineart.com

Winter Group Exhibition A group show of new paintings and sculpture from the resident gallery artists. (Throughout February)

Futures Gallery / Oriel Gallery

Pierhead Building / Senedd, Cardiff Bay. Daily 10.30am-4pm. Free. 0845 0105500 / www.pierhead.org

Elizabeth Foster Photographic exhibition. (Until Sun 5 Feb) Metamorphosis 1 A transformative exhibition of work by local members and volunteers of Recovery Cymru. Stories told in the artwork show the stages from seemingly hopeless addiction, and the road to recovery out of it. (Until Wed 15 Feb) The Usk Tapestry Instigated by local craftswoman Margaret Turner to express some of the beauty of Usk and surrounding area, the Tapestry was designed by local artist Susie Martin, supervised by Sarah Windrum and measures 6x9ft approximately. (From Mon 20 Feb until Sun 5 Mar)

Y Galeri, Caerffili

Lower Ground Floor, The Visit Caerphilly Centre, The Twyn, Caerphilly. Tue-Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 029 2132 2570 / www.ygalericaerffili.co.uk

Open Art Exhibition Eclectic showcase of work by professional and amateur artists, selected from open submission and featuring over 120 wall hung and free-standing pieces. (Until Sat 11 Feb) Urban Rural Mixed work from a number of artists who take their inspiration from either an urban or rural perspective. Supporting this show is a profile of wall-hung and free-standing glass. (From Tue 14 Feb until Sat 11 Mar) Cymru Am Byth! A profile of ceramic Welsh ladies., just in time for St David’s Day. (From Tue 14 Feb until Sat 11 Mar)

The Gate / Y Gat

Pentre Road, St Clears, Carmarthenshire. Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 9am-3pm. Free. 01994 232726 / thegate@carmarthenshire.gov.uk

Chris Rees New photographs by art lecturer and ex-music video maker Rees. It looks back at the people and places in St Clears that he has known and grown up with over the years. (Until Sat 4 Mar)

Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

Alexandra Rd, Swansea. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm, Free. 01792 516900 / www.swansea.gov.uk/glynnvivian

The Colour Of Saying – Glenys Cour: An Artist And Her World Curated by Mel Gooding, this show celebrates the life and work (including paintings, stained glass, theatre design and artist books) of much loved Swansea artist, designer, teacher and mentor, Glenys Cour. (Until Sun 5 Feb) Lindsey Seers ‘Nowhere Less Now 7’ Video work tracing the journey of a relative of Seers who sailed the seas in the Royal Navy over 100 years ago. The ‘7’ of the title is actually written like ‘to the power of 7’ but the font I use for these listings isn’t having it. (Until Sun 19 Mar) The Moon And A Smile Responses to a period in the 1840s and 1850s, when Swansea – and in particular, the Dillwyn family circle – was at the centre of early experiments in photography worldwide. Greta Alfaro, Anna Fox, Astrid Kruse Jensen, Neeta Madahar & Melanie Rose, Sharon Morris, Sophy Rickett, Helen Sear and Patricia Ziad are the artists here. (From Sat 25 Feb until Sun 23 Apr)

Grand Pavilion

The Esplanade, Porthcawl. Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 01656 815995 / www.grandpavilion.co.uk

Tis Art Three local artists – Len Calvert, Lynn Rickets and Geoff Stone – present an exhibition of their paintings and pyrography, commonly known as ‘poker work’, which is the art of burning marks into wood and other materials. (Until Sun 19 Mar)

Greenspace Gallery

30 King Street, Carmarthen. Tue-Sat 10am-4pm. Free. 01267 267652.

Two Artists, Three Continents Joint touring exhibition with Darothy Morris and Allison Rudd-Mumford, inspired by their travels through three continents.. (Until Sat 4 Feb)

King Street Gallery

33 King Street, Carmarthen. Free. 01267 220121 / gallery@kingstreetgallery.co.uk

Caryl Mair ‘One Year On’ Ceramicist Mair, winner of the People’s Vote at King Street Gallery’s Graduate 2015 exhibition, returns to present new work. (From Fri 3 until Wed 8 Feb) Six Women Artists In Conversation Work by Penny D Jones, Jane Harrison, Ro Rogers, Ruth Sargeant, Sian Jones and Philippa Sibert. On the gallery’s website they list their names in a very confusing format, for some reason, so I hope I’ve untangled them correctly. (From Fri 10 until Wed 22 Feb) Geoff Yeomans ‘Renitence’ Work from west Wales-based artist, now in his 80s and well known for his photo-realist style. (From Sat 24  Feb until Wed 8 Mar)

Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre

St. David’s Rd, Cwmbran, Torfaen. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 01633 483321 / www.lgac.org.uk

Hidden Now Heard Exhibition focusing on the stories of former staff and patients from Llanfrechfa Grange Hospital, allowing the public a glimpse of life in an institution. It has been interpreted using interviews, recreating parts of the hospital, historical documents, images and donated artifacts. (From Sat 11 Feb until Sat 25 Mar) Aidan Moesby’s Periodic Table of Emotions Live installation-type application, designed to capture the mood of a city. It is based on sentiment analysis of live feeds and those who tweet directly to the application (this always strikes me as a dangerous game to play). (From Sat 11 Feb until Sat 25 Mar) Lucy Brasher ‘The Cat In The Shoe’ Craft showcase focusing on the animal form incorporating the human element, created using reclaimed and repurposed fabrics. (From (From Sat 11 Feb until Sat 25 Mar) Jodie Hook Jewellery showcase from a designer who has worked with various fashion houses and designed pieces for Famous Celebs. (From Sat 11 Feb until Sat 25 Mar) Selection From The LGAC Permanent Collection Small exhibition in the café, featuring work donated to the collection from the Contemporary Art Society Of Wales. (From Sat 11 Feb until Sat 25 Mar)

Martin Tinney Gallery

18 St Andrew’s Crescent, Cardiff. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 029 2064 1411 / mtg@artwales.com

Sarah Thwaites & Sally James Thomas Thwaites has lived in Wales since 1987 and featured in many solo and group shows. Thomas lives in north Pembrokeshire and brings a strong geological influence to her work. In total this show features approximately 30 paintings. (Until Sat 25 Feb)

Mission Gallery

Gloucester Place, Swansea. Tue-Sun 11am-5pm. Free. 01792 652016 / www.missiongallery.co.uk

Migrations Work in the […] space by a company who bring international contemporary dance and installations to Wales. (Until Sun 19 Feb) Kate Haywood Maker In Focus show exploring our relationship with objects while referencing aspects of ritual, ceremony and adornment. (Until Sun 19 Feb) Anne Gibbs ‘Still’ Third exhibition in The Language Of Clay: Part One initiative; a Mission Gallery National Touring Exhibition, curated by Ceri Jones. (Until Sun 26 Mar) Sarah Worgan Maker In Focus show. Sarah uses clay to generate abstract, mixed media, colour compositions which create interplay between two and three dimensions whilst seeking to evoke a fourth. (From Tue 21 Feb until Sun 2 Apr) Art & Design Foundation UWTSD Residency Outcomes Work in the […] space resulting from Art & Design Foundation students at Swansea College of Art UWTSD to experience, engage and respond to Swansea International Festival. (From Tue 21 Feb until Sun 2 Apr)

The Muse

Old Museum, Glamorgan Street, Brecon. 07791 654799.

Gemma Schiebe ‘Contemporary Landscape: An Attraction To An Endangered Environment’ New work from Cardiff School Of Art & Design graduate who works predominantly with oils. (From Fri 10 until Fri 17 Feb)

National Museum & Gallery

Cathays Park, Cardiff. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm. Free except where noted. 029 2057 3500 / www.museumwales.ac.uk/cardiff

Artes Mundi 7 Biannual contemporary art showcase returns, showcasing works by seven international contemporary artists whose practices explore current social issues and everyday life. (Until Sun 26 Feb) Nature’s Song: Chinese Bird And Flower Paintings On show in the UK for the first time, this show reveals the development of this art form in China from the late Ming dynasty at the end of the 16th century to recent decades. (Until Sun 23 Apr)

National Waterfront Museum

Oystermouth Road, Maritime Quarter, Swansea. Daily 10am-5pm. Free. 01792 638950.

Joe Murphy ‘Ebbw Vale Steel Works’ photographs showing an historic episode within what was once a major industry in Wales. (Throughout February) Waste Not! Want Not! Recycled objects, many of them ingenious as well as practical, made both throughout the ages and cross the world. (Until Sun 5 Mar)

Newport Museum & Art Gallery

John Frost Square, Newport.Tue-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm. Free. 01633 656656 / museum@newport.gov.uk

Images From The Stone A selection of prints chosen from a group of lithographs acquired by Newport Museum from London’s Redfern Gallery in 1953. (Until Sat 3 June)

Off The Wall

The Old Probate Registry, Cardiff Road, Llandaff, Cardiff. Tue-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm. Free. 029 2055 4469 / art@galleryoffthewall.com

New Year’s Sale Work by OTW gallery artists. (Throughout February)

Oriel Canfas

Glamorgan Street, Canton, Cardiff. Tue-Fri 1-4.30pm, Sat 10.30am-4.30pm. 029 2066 6455 / www.orielcanfas.co.uk

Anthony Evans ‘A Few Special Places’ Paintings, prints and drawings. (Until Sun 5 Feb)

Oriel Davies

The Park, Newtown, Powys. Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm. Free. 01686 625041 / enquiries@orieldavies.org

Imaginary Worlds: Illustration Open Exhibition of artworks selected from an open competition featuring 52 illustration and book artists from Wales, other parts of the UK, Europe and Australia. (Until Wed 15 Feb) The Drawing Room A creative social space assembled from found, collected, customized and bespoke objects, where art, performance, craft and film will be made, shared and inspired. (Until Sat 25 Feb) Penny Hallas & Caroline Wright ‘Binocular: Disturbance’ Work exploring the position and experience of the insider and outsider, using this gallery’s TestBed space to challenge ideas through drawings, exchange and display of objects, parallel walking, mapping of locations and other works. (Until Sat 25 Feb)

Oriel Joanna Field

Torch Theatre, St. Peter’s Road, Milford Haven. Free. 01646 695267 / www.torchtheatre.co.uk

Sam Howley Rhondda Valley-born, Pembrokeshire-based painter who describes himself as a colourist impressionist, and believes that even the most ordinary objects can be made extraordinary through art. (Until Sat 25 Feb)

Oriel Lliw

Pontardawe Arts Centre, Herbert Street, Pontardawe. Free. 01792 863722 / www.npt.gov.uk/theatres

When Love Speaks Arts In The Tawe Valley members present works on the theme of love for a show that spans St Dwynwen’s Day (which was on Jan 25) and Valentine’s Day (you probably know when that is). (Until Sat 25 Feb)

Oriel Mwldan

Bath House Rd, Cardigan. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. Free. 01239 621200 / helena@mwldan.co.uk

Eli Acheson-Elmassry ‘Mediterranean’ Acheson-Elmassry works across a range of sculptural, digital and painted media including latex to create coloured flexible ‘Supple-Body’ sculptures and installations which are a kind of meta-object. (Until Sat 18 Mar)

Oriel Myrddin

Church Lane, Carmarthen. 01267 222775 / www.orielmyrddingallery.co.uk

John Abell ‘Lost Conquastidors and Other Works’ A series of watercolours and woodcuts, depicting the journey of a fleet of Spanish soldiers as well as more contemporary scenes. (Until Sat 11 Mar)

Oriel Q

The Queens Hall, High Street, Narberth. Wed-Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 01834 869454 / www.orielqueenshallgallery.org.uk

Attesa Work by three artists: Lee Williams, Jonathan Anderson and Mark Halliday. Each artist references his industrial heritage and background through their materiality which sees the use of coal dust and rust/iron ore integrated into the painting technique. (Until Sat 18 Feb)

Oriel Y Bont

University Of South Wales, Pontypridd. Mon-Thurs 8.30am-5.30pm, Fri 8.30am-5pm. Free. 01443 480480 / www.gallery.southwales.ac.uk

Coal Society Exhibition examining aspects of the south Wales coalfield, including the work of artists ranging from painters Jack Crabtree and Ernest Zobole to photographers Levi Ladd and I C Rapoport. Part of a collaboration with Wolfson College, Cambridge. (Until Fri 14 Apr)

Pontypridd Museum

Bridge Street, Pontypridd. Mon-Sat 10am-4.30pm. Free. 01443 490748 / www.pontypriddmuseum.cymru

Jenny Hibbert’s Mongolian Migration Expedition Photographer Hibbert embarked on a walking tour of Western Mongolia, going some 19 miles on foot per day and documenting the journey all the way. These images are the result. (Until Fri 24 Feb)

Redhouse

Old Town Hall, High Street, Merthyr Tydfil. Free. 01685 384111 / info@redhousecymru.com

*Punk Forever Celebrating 40 years of punk rock, Merthyr artist and collector Gerrion Jones presents an exhibition of original artwork by Jamie Reid, James Cauty and Billy Childish. (Until Tue 21 Feb)

The Riverfront

Bristol Packet Wharf, Newport. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Free. 01633 656757.

Artur Conka & Billy Carey ‘Rarebit Please’ / ‘All-Fur Coat’ Installation of specially commissioned work, part of the Gypsy Maker project – an initiative that supports the development of innovative works by established and emerging Gypsy, Roma and Traveller artists. Showing in Swansea’s Taliesin Arts Centre prior to this. (From Thurs 9 until Sat 25 Feb)

Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama

Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff. Free. 029 2039 1391 / www.rwcmd.ac.uk

Gridding Up Works by our second year Design For Performance students and MA Scenic Art students, scaled up from small images. The exhibition also includes a sound installation by RWCMD Composer Naomi Wright, inspired by the artwork. (Until Tue 28 Mar)

Swansea Grand Theatre

Singleton St, Swansea. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 01792 475715 / www.swanseagrand.co.uk

Swansea Camera Club Annual exhibition. (From Tue 7 until Fri 24 Feb)

Taliesin Arts Centre

Singleton Park, Swansea. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 12pm-6pm and performance evenings 6pm-8.15pm. Free. 01792 295526 / www.

taliesinartscentre.co.uk

Artur Conka & Billy Carey ‘Rarebit Please’ / ‘All-Fur Coat’ Installation of specially commissioned work, part of the Gypsy Maker project. Showing in Newport Riverfront after this. (Until Sat 4 Feb) My One And All: My Swansea Coast Exhibition of film-poem On The Sea’s Land (Ar-for-dir) alongside members of the public’s photographic and poetic responses to connection and relationship to the Swansea and Gower coastline. (From Tue 7 until Sat 18 Feb) David Hockney: Original Prints Bringing together work from this world-renowned British artist: the Grimm’s fairytales suite of etchings, the Cavafy suite and some original posters. (From Fri 24 Feb until Sat 1 Apr)

Tenby Museum & Art Gallery

Castle Hill, Tenby. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, £4/£3/£2 kids. 01834 842809 / www.tenbymuseum.org.uk

The Welsh Group A venerable artists’ collective, with the purpose of exhibiting and “giving a voice” to the visual arts in Wales. They have their 70th birthday next years and, priot to that, are showing work here and then Llantarnam Grange in June and July. (From Tue 7 Feb until Sat 18 Mar)

Theatr Hafren

Llanidloes Road, Newtown, Powys. Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm. Free. 01686 625007 / boxoffice@theatrhafren.co.uk

Meirionydd Artists Work by four artists from Meironydd, north Wales: Valerie Land, Lavinia Range, Huw Lewis Jones and Wendy Murphy. (Until Mon 27 Feb) Elfyn Roberts Multi-discipline artist with skills in drawing and painting, printmaking, Raku ceramics and sculpting in foundry cast bronze. (From Tue 28 Feb until Wed 31 May)

Tower Gallery

49 High Street, Crickhowell. Wed-Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 01873 812495 / www.towergallery.co.uk

Dick Chappell + Richard Renshaw Joint exhibition by two guest artists, featuring paintings by Chappell and stone sculptures by Renshaw. Also showing work by all members of the Usk Valley Artists’ Co-operative. (Until Sat 4 Mar)

Tower Gallery

Oriel Y Parc Landscape Gallery & Visitor Centre, The Grove, St Davids, Pembrokeshire. Free. 01437 720392 / info@orielyparc.co.uk

Reading The Rocks: The Remarkable Maps Of William Smith discover the story of William Smith, the man who developed what is regarded as the first true geological map of any country – A Delineation Of The Strata Of England And Wales, With Part Of Scotland, published in 1815. (Until Sun 26 Mar)

Velindre Hospital

Whitchurch, Cardiff. Open 24/7. Free. 029 2075 2251.

South Wales Art Society – Permanent Rolling Exhibition Members’ works are available to view in the corridors and restaurant of the hospital at any given time. 20% of all sales go to the hospital.

Victoria Fearn Gallery

6B Heol y Deri, Rhiwbina, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 9.30am-5.30pm, Sun 10am-3pm. Free. 029 2052 0884.

Alex Arnell Solo exhibition, predominantly featuring landscapes; also showing is sculpture made by Stephen Arnell in bronze and bronze resin. (Until Sat 18 Feb) Louise Collis Paintings in oil. (From Fri 17 Feb until Fri 24 Mar)

Wales Millennium Centre

Bute Place, Cardiff Bay. Free. 029 2063 6464 / www.wmc.org.uk

Florence Jackson ‘Winter Mural’ A large-scale piece, located in the Glanfa area of the building, reminiscent of tales from different cultures, drawing inspiration from stories such as Babushka, Diwali and The Three Wise Men. (Throughout February)

West Wharf Gallery

Jacobs Market, Cardiff.Thurs-Sat 10am-5pm. Free. westwharfgallery@gmail.com

Geraldus John Retrospective show alongside a an exhibition by seven female artists for International Women’s Day: Jacqueline Alkema, Georgina Peach, Sarah Featherstone, Patricia Ziad, Penny Hallas, Kay Keogh and Marilena Fineanno. (From Fri 24 Feb until Fri 31 Mar)

Workers Gallery

99 Ynyshir Road, Ynyshir, Rhondda Cynon Taff. Thurs-Sat 10am-5pm or by appointment. Free. 01443 682024 / wood4tt@gmail.com

Martin Harman ‘Reimagining Stonehenge’ Bristol-based ceramic artist shows new work. (From Thurs 2 Feb until Sat 4 Mar) Sit & Spoon Featuring handmade furniture by Chris Williams, traditional and contemporary lovespoons by Sion Llewellyn, mixed media decorated spoons by Patricia Clifford, ceramic spoons by Susan Zeppellini and wire art spoons by Lucy Lawrence. (From Thurs 2 Feb until Sat 4 Mar)

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