Plan Your Stay on Cardigan Bay

Artists and Art Galleries Cardigan Bay

Art works and artists involved in the Cardigan
            Open Studios Annual Open Studios Exhibition Art works and artists involved in the Cardigan Open Studios Annual Open Studios Exhibition

Discover the art of rural west wales by visiting artists, and art galleries of Cardigan Bay.

Local Artists Websites:

Cardigan Bay Art Galleries

Oriel Mwldan Gallery:

The Corn Exchange Gallery in Cardigan Guildahall

Aberystwyth Arts Centre:

Newport Collective - Newport Pembrokeshire

Look out for Art Events Ceredigion Cardigan Bay:


Saturday 17th October 2015 - Saturday 5th December Location: Mwldan

Watch My Garden Grow combines Anne-Mie Melis’ practices of drawings, sculptural works, photography and stop-motion animation in an installation of beautiful, curious and playful forms that lead the viewer towards questions about our natural environment and the way in which we as humans interact with it. We are extremely excited to announce that we will be opening the exhibition at 16:15 on 17.10.15 with a performance from renowned composer and sound designer, Jobina Tinnemans ( All are welcome, and advised not to miss this very special event!

Naming The Animals

Sunday 18th October 2015 - Sunday 31st January Location: Aberystwyth Arts Centre

This exhibition takes its title from David Cleverley’s ceramic sculpture, Adam naming the animals. The work makes reference to nineteenth century Staffordshire figures and is based on a Biblical theme that has a long history in folk art and popular culture. ‘And Adam gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field’ Genesis 2:20

Christmas Craft Fair

Sunday 29th November 2015 - Saturday 5th December Location: Cawdor Hall

Local professional craft makers and artists present their work. Stocking fillers to future heirlooms! Open daily and also on Victorian Evening!

  • Glass
  • Jewellery
  • Ceramics
  • Watercolours
  • Photography
  • Textiles
  • Cards
  • Prints

Last Lines - matthews and allen exhibition

Sunday 13th December 2015 - Saturday 23rd January Location: Mwldan

Last Lines is an exhibition by the artistic collaboration matthews and allen. The exhibition includes a film based on the last lines of literary texts, which compels its audience to explore expectations associated with the concept of conclusion. In addition, the exhibition incorporates a number of textual works that encourage a playful reconsideration of text and its meanings. matthews and allen are interested in establishing a relationship between their work and the space in which it is viewed. Opening reception at 16:00 on 12.12.15 – all are welcome!