All this week until Saturday 4th July the Chapel presents ‘In audible: The Baroque Cello Project’ (part II). This is a free event and everyone is welcome.
A collaboration between sound artist Leona Jones, baroque cellist Siôn Dafydd Dawson, and contemporary dancer Laura Moy. An experimental multi-layered site-specific sound installation with performances centred on luthier Adam Winskill’s newly crafted baroque cello and the sounds of its making.
A unique arts project that melds the passion and excitement of highly contemporary performance with the precision and sensuality of Baroque period arts, and explores the complex relationship between sound, movement, silence and stillness.
There will be free performances on Friday 3rd July 12 noon and Saturday 4th July 12 noon and 3pm
…with additional impromptu free performances throughout the week.
We are open this coming Saturday evening at the Chapel for an early summer supper in the garden if the sun is shining… Why not start the evening at our private view opening of ‘Time & Place’ by Philippa Robbins and follow it by a wonderful supper downstairs.
To book please phone 01873 736430 or email email@example.com
‘Thy cage will be made of some glitter and gold’ oil on linen
‘Sloeblack, slow, black’ mixed media on canvas & hand painted textiles
‘Theia’ oil on canvas & handmade, hand painted, embroidered linen cushion
‘Marching band’ oil on Canvas
‘Blanket’ oil on canvas & handmade textiles
Handmade cushions – hand painted, embroidered with silk & wool on painters linen
It is almost the last week of Cornelia O’Donovan’s wonderful exhibition ‘Telling Stories’ showing upstairs at The Art Shop.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see her stunning large canvases and handmade, hand painted, embroidered linen textiles. We have cards, wrapping and posters to buy by Cornelia too. The exhibition continues downstairs at the Chapel on Market Street, with her large linen wall hanging.
For purchase of all artwork including original pieces of jewellery and ceramics, we offer Collectorplan from The Arts Council of Wales. This interest free credit scheme allows the buyer to purchase artwork by simply paying a deposit (min 10%) and spreading the remaining payment over 10-12 months. For more information click here
‘A gift made and given to me on the opening night of the Chapel by my lovely daughter – thanks Edla, so appreciated… and thank you so much to Clive Hicks-Jenkins, what an unexpected delightful gift, a limited edition print from ‘The Mare’s Tale’ published by The Old Stile Press.’ Pauline
Come on in…
Simple, delicious food & coffee from our Chapel kitchen
Keeping busy in our children’s corner
Inspiring books & independent magazines
At long last the renovation programme is complete and we are now open downstairs at the Chapel.
Come down to our secret, wild, wonderful garden where the sun can shine all day. From here you can enter into the lower ground floor, our everyday trading space, open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm. Here you’ll find old cabinets of ceramics and jewellery. There are books and magazines not widely seen, all to inspire, delight and nourish. There is also a small, delightful children’s corner.
From our kitchen eat simple, delicious food (breakfast and lunch) made everyday from our well stocked Chapel larder. There is good coffee and wine from a small French family owned vineyard.
…plus free wifi and wheelchair access.
Upstairs in the Chapel is a venue for regular workshops, events and performances and this space is available for hire.
We’ll keep you posted…
After the celebration supper on Friday 24th upstairs at the Chapel, taken by James Joseph of Abergavenny Music
Sonia Delaunay Tate catalogue £29.99, one or two Tanja Malo Liberty & Hemp bracelets £17 each & a card
For Mother’s Day chose a card, some wrappings, ribbon or twine. Make something special for the one who always loves you.
Take a Clementina Van Der Walt handled bowl, personalise with some very early spring flowers out of your garden or hedgerow e.g. a primula, celandine or fritillary (snake’s head). Ribbon and label.