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Tuesday, May 29, 2018

2018 art exhibitions at Plas Newydd

The following art exhibitions will be staged at Y Caban in Plas Newydd over this season

June - Jan Wallis

Jan Wallis is a textile artist living in Llangollen. Her exhibition at Y Caban includes a 30 metre weaving depicting a river from source to the sea.  Another piece is a knitted representation of the Eglwyseg Crags

July - Rosie Davies

Rosie Davies is creative mostly with the traditional mediums  of oils and watercolour , but also produces  more contemporary works of digital art on the iPad with the app Pro create. Her inspiration is taken from the North Wales landscapes and her solo exhibition at Plas Newydd includes scenes of the   River Dee and Llangollen.

August - Mark Pullin

My imagery deals with emotion, with the capacity to create simple forms and marks to connect symbolically with past event in my life or memories of particular importance.  The presence of shape and colour, their influence on mood and latent energy emerges out of a physical engagement within the medium of paint.

September - Wrexham Cluster for Helfa Gelf

We are a collective group of artists from the County of Wrexham who belong to the Helfa Gelf artists group, who  are represented in 5 counties across North Wales. During this month we will also have our studios open on weekends. During our exhibition we hope to have an  artist in the gallery each weekend

October - Criw Celf 
Criw Celf is a pan North Wales arts programme for more able and talented young artists; the aim of the scheme is to allow children who have shown artistic promise and an interest in art to practice and develop their skills, with masterclasses led by professional artists in a variety of disciplines and at venues throughout Denbighshire.  This exhibition shows a small selection of work created by Criw Celf Denbighshire, with students from years 5 to 9.  Criw Celf Denbighshire is run by Denbighshire County Council Arts Service, with funding from the Arts Council of Wales.

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