The Art Shop & Chapel are both closed again today. Hope to be back open on Tuesday…
..with our current exhibition ‘Too far for you to see’ by KUMAR SARAFF upstairs at The Art Shop …and we are looking forward to our next concert THE FRADLEY PIANO TRIO playing at the Chapel on Friday 9th March. Concert tickets can be bought online and if you would like art materials they are also available online to be posted or picked up from The Art Shop on our return.
Meanwhile stay safe and warm!
Window installation of silk worm cocoons, origami moths & the exo-skeltons of cicadas…
Our newly opened exhibition ‘Carapace’ at The Art Shop is a fascinating insight into the imagination of artist, Philippa Robbins. Populated with corvids, “the dark stars of the bird world,” puppets, and relics of infancy recalling the delights and fears of childhood.
Philippa’s show includes paintings, drawings, a cast of puppets with their own hand painted passport photos and small installations…. continues until 11th March.
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.
Images from our recently opened exhibition William Brown – ‘Dreaming Awake’.
Paintings, works on paper and original signed limited edition lino and wood block prints, all for sale, and some unseen works.
‘Throughout March the beautiful Art Shop & Chapel in Abergavenny shows wild and wonderful paintings by the late William Brown – the Scottish-Canadian artist who worked in Wales until his untimely death in 2008 aged 54. Brown was a force of nature and his work lives on, as vigorous as ever.’ Peter Wakelin (Galleries magazine)
Click here to visit the exhibition page
A Late Summer Show…
Collections of artworks – paintings, drawings, printworks, ceramics and jewellery.
Visit our current exhibition page and see a wonderful show of work.
Something for everyone…
Currently on show in our bathroom, a wonderfully light and airy room for displaying art, are a series of large charcoal and pastel life studies by Martina Jirankova-Limbrick.
Martina was born in the Czech Republic. She came to England to study illustration in 1997, and since then has written and illustrated a number of children’s books. Alongside her delicate illustration work, Martina continues to explore and develop her already accomplished life drawing skills. Martina has exhibited her artwork widely in exhibitions and galleries, as well as being published in magazines.
Click read more below for more gallery images of our current solo show with Kumar Saraff…