Gallery 3

‘Welsh Mountains and Wildlife’

  - an exhibition of art works by the Williamson-Evans family

July 11th  until Saturday September 3rd

This exhibition is of fine art prints by Jonah Evans and Stuart Evans, with ceramics by Jenny Williamson

This is the first time the family have exhibited together. 

Inspired by the landscape of Wales, particularly the area around Cader Idris, this exhibition includes art works by Jenny Williamson, her husband Stuart Evans and their son Jonah Evans.

Jonah, who is displaying linoprints and lithographs, is studying fine art at Bristol University of the West of England.

Jenny, who is a painting conservator and experienced potter, is showing recent ceramics.

Stuart is showing hand coloured lino prints, made at the studio of the Aberystwyth Printmakers, based near their home in Borth.

 Evans Family

pottery and artworks by evans family

pottery by evans family

prints by evans family



by Cilcennin stitchers

Tuesday 5th to Saturday 30th September

Cilcennin Stitchers meet in Cilcennin Hall every fortnight to experiment with different fabrics and stitching techniques and to have a sociable time. The group has a wide variety of experience and we share information about many aspects of stitching.  We often draw our inspiration from the world around us, especially from the natural world. Many of us are gardeners and we often use images, colours and textures from nature in our work.

 cilcennin stitchers 4 squares


turn over a new leaf

several stirched items



Our Opening Exhibition in Gallery Three for 2023- Ruth Jen Evans

Dros ben llestri     ‘ over the crockery '

18th March to 13th May 2023

We welcome back the wonderful artist and Printmaker Ruth Jen Evans, who has exhibited extensively both in Wales and abroad.

Dros ben llestri is a Welsh idiom that literally means ‘over the crockery …the English equivalent would be ‘over the top’ as in an excessive or exaggerated way

Ruth says that most of her work in this exhibition will be inspired by Welsh pottery and crockery , from the medieval ties of Ystrad Fflur to the china collections on Welsh dressers….and possibly some ‘ over the top’ tea drinking !

 china plate image

 welsh ladies



 Vicky Ellis – Views from a Window

 May 16th till July 8th

       Vicky Ellis is an artist weaver making flat weave rugs and wall hangings inspired by the sea she lives near at Aberarth, and the work of favourite painters. She studied furniture design at art  school where the course was heavily influenced by the Bauhaus Movement. It was only later when she began weaving that she appreciated its influence on her work. Vicky sees weaving as painting with yarn to express the excitement of colours interacting with each other, loving the opportunities that commissions offer to make unique woven responses to people, places or paintings

Aeron Belle and traithar mor

 Honey Ice Cream and Allsorts




Gallery 3 houses changing exhibitions. Entry is free and items are available for purchase.

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