The Corn Exchange Gallery in Cardigan Guildahall
Friday 22nd August 2014 - Sunday 30th November
Location: Hammet House Hotel
A coracle is a hand-made work of art. Each one, like the pieces in this exhibition, is an expression of its maker. I'm passionate about creating exciting and emotive images that capture both the coraclers and the character of the Teifi waters, by combining bold composition with movement, colour, and texture. deborah withey
Saturday 11th October 2014 - Saturday 29th November
In his recent work, Fitzjohn explores concerns regarding our changing climate. Themes focused in our consciousness buy the recent storms that devastated our coastline reminding us of the fluid and changeable nature of our landscape. The installation is titled Fimbulwinter, which in Norse mythology is a period of three successive winters, an environmental disaster that is the immediate prelude to the end of the world. While the world may not be ending, it is changing and this work responds to this by imagining of the end of things as they are, the mutability and adaptability of nature and the hope embedded in possible futures. EXHIBITION OPENING An opening reception will be held at 3pm on Saturday 11th October to launch this exhibition - there is a warm welcome to all. Come and join us for tea, cake and fizz!
Monday 27th October 2014 - Saturday 1st November
Location: Aberaeron Tabernacle
Ceredigion Craft Makers are a co-operative of artists, designer makers and craftspeople who live and work in Ceredigion. At each event there will be a selection of members from CCM
Saturday 29th November 2014
Location: National Wool Museum
This popular annual craft fair will, this year, also be featuring the best of local foods. No need to go further for your Christmas shopping. The range of stalls will include country crafts, textile crafts, wood work, soaps, candles, fudges, jams, Christmas puddings and much more. This is an excellent opportunity to purchase unique gifts and home-made foods for Christmas and support local producers around Cardigan Bay
Saturday 6th December 2014 - Saturday 24th January
Ian Watson was born and raised in the South of England, studied Fine Art at Hastings College and later completed a fine art degree at Howard Gardens, Cardiff. He now lives and works in Cardiff, having spent over a decade working in film and television post production. The drawings and paintings found in this exhibition are largely informed by a misspent youth hiding out with like-minded mutants in video rental shops and woodlands of East Sussex, head buried in headphones, soaking up the occult messages from a collection of heavy metal cassettes.