Colin Davies, Storm
Linzi Morgan, Fly
Karin Mear, First Pram
Mary Stephens, Raku Pot
Francesca Kay, Love Nature
Heather Dickens, willow baskets
Paul Thomas, Flight
Jacqueline Seymour, Bee-spoke Quilts
How do you describe your Gallery?:
The Bleddfa Centre has Oriel Bleddfa, and Hall Barn, two beautiful spaces which showcase traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, as well as the Orchard and garden for additional sculpture.
Do you specialise in any particular artform or craft?:
We welcome all artforms and crafts, which are carefully curated by our Exhibitions Officer.
What's important to you when you choose whose work to exhibit and sell?:
We love to support local artist and makers, both established and emerging. Work may be inspirational, or soothing, provoking or restful; each artwork tells its own story, and we love discovering its journey.
What's coming up this year?:
We have a full calendar of exhibitions and events, with solo and group exhibitions, workshops, music events and talks. We are fortunate to be able to run many of these online, including virtual tours of the exhibitions.
Your notable exhibitions in the last few years:
We are proud of all our shows, with the most recent being The Red Dress exhibiton with Kirsty McLeod, a very beautiful and thought-provoking show, which ran alongside the stunning Peripheries Exhibition during December last year. In August last year, Simon Dorrell, Tania Mosse and Josh Partridge exhibited their amazing Home Territory show here.
Who are the Artists you show on a regular basis:
We have also been very fortunate to have artworks on display from artists such as Yvonne Crossley, Julienne and Jason Braham, David Mullin, Siwan Gilick, and Stuart Roper, for example.