Oriel Q Gallery Narberth writes:

This Saturday 16th June is the last chance for you to see the excellent exhibitions at Oriel Q Gallery Narberth. Sarah Poland ‘s large expressive abstract scenes based on the woodland where she lived for seven years are bold and vibrant, and her smaller studies using mixed media compliment these.

Check out the website where you can see her in conversation with Professor Tony Curtis and learn about her journey and passion for her work.

Jess Woodrow’s lyrical paintings in Oriel Fach have delighted visitors who have responded to the jewel like intensity of her paintings .The titles of her work point to the source of her inspiration which is the myths and stories surrounding the streams and pools in the Black Mountains.

The beautifully crafted spoons of Lee Burton in Oriel Fach 2 are a delight and even more so as Lee has included the type of wood and the location of the tree they came from . He will be whittling in the gallery with fellow members of Narberth Whittling Association on the last day Saturday 16th in the afternoon.

On the way up to the gallery are a collection of photographs by Ryan Marsh.Ryan uses a 1940’s large format camera to compose his images with consideration. By slowing down the photographic process, not only is he contemplating what to include in the picture, but also to bring a sense of human rationality to a potentially chaotic nature. This is supported by the use of framing devices such as the rule of thirds and leading lines.

Superb high standard of work in the four exhibitions and worth another visit if you have been, but a definite must to see before they close on Saturday at 5pm.

Visit the website for a flavour.

REMINDER that the next exhibition is The Summer Open & Auction which opens the following Saturday 23rd at 2pm

If you are putting work into this, bring it along on Monday or Tuesday 18th/19th or even on the Saturday 16th so you can see the whittlers at work and catch these exhibitions before they are dismantled.




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