Our next exhibition opening upstairs at the Chapel will be
‘Fin River Swift’ by Julian Meredith
on Friday 13th May 7pm
Large scale wood block prints on elm planks.
Julian will be running a series of Wood Block Printing Workshops throughout the Exhibtion. We are taking names for further dates. Read more here.
Dear Children, we are not holding workshops with Denni Dennis on…
Saturday 30th April & Saturday 14th May
…but see you all on
Saturday 7th May & then Saturday 21st May onwards
Read more about Denni’s workshop here
Come & join us for a private view of OLD, RARE & BEAUTIFUL TRIBAL RUGS & TEXTILES on
Thursday 28th April 7-9pm at the Chapel, Market Street
The exhibition will continue all day Friday 29th & Saturday 30th April 10am-5pm
Owen Parry is a dealer, buying and selling, restoring and conserving for collectors, decorators and dealers. He has a fine knowledge and love of the weaving traditions of nomadic tribes, enabling him to specialise in pieces of rarity and beauty which are fast disappearing from the open market. Owen started as a repairer at the respected Lannowe Restoration Studio. He had the rare opportunity to handle and work on some of the best examples of early classical pieces and top quality tribal material on the market.
Owen exhibits several times a year in London and San Francisco and is a regular exhibitor around the world: ACOR (American Conference of Oriental Rugs); ICOC (International Conference of Oriental Rugs); Hali Fair (London); Sartirana (Italy); KARMA (Kensington Rug Merchants Association, London); LARTA (London Antique Rug and Textile Arts); Arts (San Francisco). He has had several articles published in HALI magazine.
The textiles and rugs are for sale.
We are launching a new paint product.
Join us at the Chapel, Market Street on Thursday 5th May at 7.30pm for a glass of wine and a presentaion talk by Oricalcum managing director, Michiel Brouns.
Linseed oil paint can be applied to any surface. It protects from weather and wind, the ravages of time and the changing seasons. In Sweden there is a long tradition of painting buildings and interiors with this paint. The reason it has survived for 500 years is because it really does provide protection.
Painters’ Training Workshop Thursday 5th May 9.30am – 12pm
On Saturday 6th February at 6pm, upstairs at the Chapel, will be a private view of drawings, designs, paper costumes, masks, sets, sounds and the video performance of ‘A Winter Wildness’.
Come and meet the group of children who collaborated with 3 artists – Denni Dennis, Clare Parry-Jones and Leona Jones – over 6 afternoon creative workshops exploring light and shadow, imagination, dance and sound, culminating in a performance on the Winter Solstice.
Read more about the workshops and the artists on our events page
The exhibition will continue until Saturday 13th February
A wonderful group of Mari Lwyd revellers joined in upstairs at the Chapel on Sunday for the Abergavenny Christmas Food & Drink Fair celebrations with mulled apple, music and poetry ….
Artist, Sarah Rhys, gave a short talk about this ancient Celtic custom, and showed a small selection of drawings and prints, alongside paintings by the inimitable William Brown. Traditional Welsh songs were sung and the procession made its way into town and through the Market Hall.
Thank you all for coming!