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.
‘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