St Dogmaels Gallery summer show

Tuesday 27 July 2010, 13:05

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An exhibition featuring some of the best contemporary art in Wales has gone on display at the St Dogmaels Gallery summer show.

The summer exhibition at the gallery in Cardigan showcases painting, photography, sculpture and film, and features work by artists such as Dan Backhouse, Elizabeth Haines, Caroline Hartley, Gina Hughes, Helen Gillam, Sian Jones, Tricia McParlin, Peter Taylor-Wood, Steve Thompson, Susan Sands, Jessica Woodrow and Geoff Yeomans.

Image showing the works of artists exhibiting at the St Dogmaels Gallery Summer Show

Works of some of the artists exhibiting at the St Dogmaels Gallery summer show

Film on show features works by Penny Jones, Ruth Jones, Sinclair Stammers, Jacob Whittaker and Simon Whitehead.

Many of the artists that are exhibiting were selected from the successful Art At Rhosygilwen event held in early July this year.

The summer show at St Dogmaels Gallery runs from 24 July to early September, with an open evening set for 5 August that will feature Morag Henderson and Marjory McKay.

Performance art events are also planned later that month, with an evening of mask and music on Friday 27 August while on Saturday 28 August art tour guides Maggie Nicols and Claire Turner will accompany gallery visitors on a journey of discovery of the works in the exhibition.

Visit the gallery's website for more details.

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