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Aberystwyth Arts Centre University Of Wales, Aberystwyth. Free. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. 01970 621903 / Claudia Lis Celadon ceram- ics presented by Lis in groups united by their related forms and subtle variations in colour, thereby creating a still-life atmosphere. (Until Sat 6 Aug) The Box – Season 4 A mini viewing room in the main Arts Centre foyer will show artists’ films from Ciro Altabas, Stuart Evans, Rowan O’Neill, Louis Paxton and Cao Menggin. (Until Sat 20 Aug) Chris Steele-Perkins ‘England My England’ British Magnum photographer, who moved to London in 1949 and subse- quently worked in countries including Africa, Afghanistan and Japan. Here he presents a personal view of what makes England truly English: from Sunday cricket matches to inti- mate family portraits, Saturday night dancing to race riots. (Until Sat 27 Aug) Wild Thing A lively, eclectic selection of contemporary artworks which use animal imagery. Featured artists include Stephanie Quayle, Stephen Johnson, Georgia Hayes and Lucy Casson. (Until Wed 14 Sept)

Albany Gallery 74b Albany Road, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm. Free. 029 2048 7158 / www.albanygallery.


Summer Exhibition A chang- ing exhibition of work by all the gallery’s artists. (Until sat 3 Sept)

Attic Gallery 37 Pocketts Wharf, Maritime Quarter, Swansea. Tues-Fri 10am-5.30pm, Sat 10am- 4.30pm. Free. 01792 653387 / Summer Group Show All the artists the gallery represents are invited to bring in new work for this exhibition. It is a rotating show, so work can be taken on the day of purchase and new work will be added to the exhibition throughout the summer. (From Sat 9 July until Sat 17 Sept)

Barker Gallery / Torfaen

Gallery Pontypool Museum, Park Buildings, Pontypool. Mon- Sat 11am-5pm, Sun 2-5pm. Admission £1.20/60p. Free Wed/Sun 2-5pm. 01495 752036. Roger Polley ‘In The Shadow Of The Cross’ Photographic exhibition of Blaenavon. (Until Sun 17 July) Aaltje Smith & Pat Clifford Work in a variety of mediums including oils and acrylics from a pair of artists who are based at Newport’s Ty Celt studios and have been exhibited widely, with work in private and corporate collections in Wales and abroad. (From Sat 30 July until Sun 30 Oct) Alun Issac Paintings in the Cafe Gallery. (Throughout July)

The Brunswick 3 Duke Street, Swansea. Mon- Sun 11.30am-11pm. Free. 01792 465676 / www.

Elissa V Evans, Tim Kelly & Owen Martin Evans presents The Brynmill Possy and Other Illustrations; Kelly offers Trans-ditional Images and Martin is behind Found Photographic Art. (Until Sat 17 July)

Butetown History & Arts

Centre 4/5 Dock Chambers, Bute St, Cardiff Bay. Tue-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat & Sun 11am- 4.30pm. Free. 029 2025 6757 /

Phase 3 Multimedia project that offers a window into the lives of people who give cities and towns their unique charac- ter. This year it concentrates on Cardiff, and has been organised by Dan Green; this is the final phase of the exhibition. (Until Fri 22 July)

Chapter Gallery Chapter Arts Centre, Market Rd, Canton, Cardiff. Tue-Sun 12pm-5pm + 6pm-9pm. Free. 029 2030 4400 / www.

Andrew Cooper is a sculptor

from Cardiff who approaches the discipline in a radical,

multimedia fashion. Newport Museum & Art Gallery are displaying his Dislocation exhibition, an audiovisual

work using the whole gallery space, until Sat 10 Sept.

Great Summer Exhibition Showcasing the works of over 50 emerging and established artists in all media, including painting, sculpture, photogra- phy, music and literature. The majority of works are for sale. (From Sun 3 until Sun 31 July)

Cardiff Story (formerly

The Old Library) The Hayes, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm. Free. 029 2022 7181 / Big Little City Cardiff:

A Fire In The Master’s House Is Set Exhibition named after a Rage Against The Machine lyric (“OK”) and ‘colonising’ Chapter outside the gallery space. Sound, objects, texts and artwork reference the position of music in culture, as a platform for protest or positi- cal expression. (From Fri 8 July until Sun 4 Sept)

Craft In The Bay The Flourish, Lloyd George Avenue, Cardiff. Mon-Sun 10.30am-5.30pm. Free. 029 2048 4611. Start! The results of exciting and challenging workshops hosted by members of the Makers’ Guild In Wales and drawing inspiration from the exhibitions held here at Craft in the Bay. Features papier mache, cyanotype print and feltmaking pieces, crafted in the gallery and our workshop areas. (Until Sun 17 July) Ann Goodfellow ‘Ecstacy Of Time’ Large sculptural torsos on white plinths, painted with bold brushstrokes on the clay surface. (Throughout July) Summer Show The first of the gallery’s summer exhibi- tions showcasing contemporary applied art and craft by UK makers. (From Sat 23 July until Sun 4 Sept)

Cynon Valley Museum Depot Rd, Gadlys, Aberdare. Mon-Sat 9am-4.30pm. Free. 01685 886729. Linda & Laura Kemshall ‘With Hand & Heart’ A col- lection of new and retrospec- tive works by this mother and daughter duo. (Until Sat 10 Sept)

GEOFF YEOMANS Until Sat 30 July, St Dogmaels Gallery, Cardigan Admission: free. Info: 01239 612677 / Now in the autumn of his life, Pembrokeshire-based painter Geoff Yeomans’ career has spanned over six decades; he has become a highly reputable artist whose skilful, “draughtsman-like” precision is able to make mundane objects into beautiful compositions. Yeomans became involved in an art movement which seceded from the emotional expressionism of the 50s and delved into more realistic expressions of the everyday. Now retired, he’s re- turned to Wales to be inspired by old zinc barns, rusting ships, painted wood and rustic seaside sunsets. He seeks beauty in unique and often difficult places, but certainly finds it and has no problem expounding it through his work. In his own words, “painting is a love affair with a surface.”


The Dairy Kings Road, Pontcanna, Cardiff. Free. 07590 682142 / barriejohndavies@ Somebody People Mixed work from artists involved in the Kings Road Artists’ Studios, located very near this build- ing. Names in question: Andy Fung, Alun Rosser, Jo Berry, Barrie J Davies, Brian Watkins, Rabab Ghazhoul, Chris Moore, Jan Williams, James Charlton, Margaret Sian, Chloe Barry, Gordon Dalton, Tom Goddard and David Lee. (Until Thurs 7 July)

Dylan Thomas Centre Somerset Place, Swansea. Tue-Sun 10.30am-5pm. Free. 01792 463980 / www. *Portraits Of Dylan Alongside drawings by Dylan Thomas himself, this exhibition includes work by internationally renowned cartoonist Gerald Scarfe; artist and writer Mervyn Peake and cartoonist and illus- trator Ralph Steadman. (Until Wed 31 Aug)

Elysium 31 Cradock Street, Swansea. Wed-Sat, 12-5pm. Free. 07980 925449 / elysiumgallery@ Sublinear: 5 Perspectives on Drawing Showcasing the work of five visual art- ists – namely Penny Hallas, Dalit Leon, Richard Monahan, Elizabeth Waterhouse and Fran Williams – to whom drawing is the mainstay of their creative practise. (Until Sat 16 July) Huw Andrews A show using performance, text, photography, video and floor-based works. It features him performing tasks he is actually under-qualified to address, including builder, crime scene investigator, sports analyst, portrait photographer, rally driver, estate agent and surveyor. (From Fri 29 July until Sat 13 Aug)

Ffotogallery @ Turner

House Plymouth Road, Penarth, nr Cardiff. Wed-Sun 11am-5pm. Free. 029 2034 1667. Ken Griffiths ‘Patagonia’ Photographs from three expedi- tions to the Argentine province of Chubut, the heartland of Welsh Patagonia, tracing the trails blazed by Welsh pioneers between 1870 and 1900. These photos partly inspired the recent film Patagonia, starring Duffy. (Until Sat 9 July) Dawn Woolley ‘Visual Pleasure’ This is the first in Ffotogallery’s Wish You Were Here series, which runs until September and highlights new photographic art- ists in Wales. Woolley’s exhibi- ton encompasses photography, video, sculpture, installation and performance; she questions how we interpret what we see and how meaning is created by social regulation, expectation and desire. (From Thurs 21 July until Sat 6 Aug)

The Gate Keppoch Street, Roath, Cardiff. Mon-Sat 10am-9pm. Free. 029 2048 3344 / info@ Angela Ferreira Recent paintings from a Cardiff-based artist whose work is informed by her extensive travels. (Until Sun 17 July) Open Exhibition All work will be considered for this exhibition; there are 100 places available and the date to deliver it is Sat 16 July. Entry is £10 which goes towards running costs. (From Thurs 21 July until Sat 13 Aug)

Glynn Vivian Arts Gallery Alexandra Rd, Swansea. Tue-Sun, 10am-4.45pm. Free. 01792 655006 / www. I Know Something About Love Part II A selection of three works from an exhibition which brings together the works of Yang Fudong, Shirin Neshat and Christodoulos Panayiotou. (Until Sun 4 Sept) Laura Ford ‘Beast And Other Works’ A collection of three major pieces by a sculptor who works with familiar, even comforting materials and turns them into something uneasy. (Until Sun 4 Sept) Jerwood Painting Fellowships 2010 New work by Clare Mitten, Cara Nahaul and Corrina Till, who the inaugural Jerwood Painting Fellows. The exhibition is

curated by their mentors, Paul Bonaventura, Stephen Farthing RA and Chantal Joffe. (From Sat 9 July until Sun 4 Sept) Meri Wells Exhibition arising from the Richard & Rosemary Wakelin Purchase Award 2011, which is given to a Welsh artist whose work is purchased for this gallery’s permanent col- lection. (From Sat 9 July until Sun 4 Sept)

Grand Pavilion The Esplanade, Porthcawl. Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 01656 815995 / www. Lee Ralph Local photogra- pher Ralph, from Digicase Photography, presents an exhibition of his work featuring landscapes of the local area, unique art, urban images and portraits. (Until Mon 11 July) Lorraine Howells Seascapes inspired by surrealist painter Howells’ love of Rest Bay in all it’s moods. (From Wed 13 July until Mon 12 Sept)

Kooywood Gallery 8 Museum Place, Cardiff. Tue- Sat 10.30am-6pm. Free. 029 2023 5093 / www. Alan Salisbury New work from a painter whose intricate portrait wortk has been exhibit- ed several times in the National Portrait Gallery in London. (Until Fri 9 July) Summer Exhibition New paintings by gallery artists including Wilf Roberts, Carl Melegari, Matthew Snowden, Clive Burnell, Jacob Buckland, Malcolm Edwards, Peter Evans, Carole Evans, Huw Tregaron, Audrey Johns, Robert McPartland and Stephen John Owen. (From Thurs 14 July until Mon 5 Sept)

Llantarnam Grange Arts

Centre St. David’s Rd, Cwmbran, Torfaen. Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm. Free. 01633 483321. Bethan Ash ‘Urban Landscape’ Ash creates art quilts due to a deep respect and love for their history and, she says, feels compelled to go beyond the boundaries of traditional design. (Until Sat 9 July) Craft Showcase A selec- tion of contemporary Welsh ceramics. The Cafe Gallery here will also have work by Eastern Valley Artists, an established cooperative of painters who live and produce their work in the Eastern Valleys of Wales. (Until Sat 9 July)

Martin Tinney Gallery 18 St Andrew’s Crescent, Cardiff. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Free. 029 2064 1411 / mtg@artwales. com Sally Moore Born in Barry and counting the British School in Rome among her alma maters, Moore paints in a painstaking and detailed way, meaning her output is limited. This current exhibition features several of her own versions of well known masterpieces by artists such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Otto Dix, Caravaggio, Lorenzo Lotto and Manet. (From Thurs 7 until Sat 30 July)

Mission Gallery Gloucester Place, Swansea. Tue-Sun 11am-5pm. Free. 01792 652016. Ben Rowe ‘Second Star To The Right And Straight On ‘Til Morning’ Bristol-based conceptual artist presents a show based on the theme of escapism, reconstructing infa- mous scenes featuring portals and doorways to another time and place (primarily using reclaimed MDF). (Until Sun 24

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