What’s on in Mid Wales
With two counties and countless hills and mountains, Mid Wales is a strong contender for the most glorious views available in Britain. This region has Ceredigion to the west and Powys to the east, and includes the Brecon Beacons and Cambrian Mountains among its natural bounty; on the manmade side of things, everything from Aberystwyth’s seafront to the bookshops of Hay-On-Wye. Read on to see what’s on in Mid Wales.
Six printmakers and an enameller from mid England and Wales respond to the Landscape that straddles the Present and Ancient borders which connect and divide them in this exhibition of …
Recent work from a Watercolour Society Of Wales member.
Paintings, drawings and etching by this mid-Wales artist, exploring the persisting identity of places and objects, and moments of quietude in places experiencing change.
Photographic homage to the world of the Welsh shepherd, represented in this exhibition by images of individuals, and photographic observation of activities which form the annual routine of shepherding.
Combining poetry, visuals and sound art, this debut solo show by Hardy promises to "take you through the mundane surfaces of life and into a world of feeling, sense and expression".
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