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CURRENT EXHIBITION


SUMMER EXHIBITION 2014 - PART TWO

PRIVATE VIEW - Sunday 27th July 12-4pm

Join us for Pimm's and strawberries

On 27th July, in celebration of the centenary of Dylan Thomas' birth, we will be launching a new limited edition of 100 prints by David Griffiths, the renowned Welsh portrait painter.  LLAREGGUB is loosely based on the characters of Under Milk Wood.  The original was painted in an attic bedroom in Tufnell Park, London when the artist was a first year student at the Slade School of Fine Art.  It was exhibited at the 1958 National Eisteddfod, Ebbw Vale, where it was acquired by the Museum and Art Gallery, Newport.  It was almost contemporary with the first BBC radio production of Under Milk Wood, starring Richard Burton.  Peter Finch, former Chief Executive of the Welsh Academy, describes the picture as having considerable historical significance.

The print is now available to purchase from the gallery either unframed or framed.  Please contact the gallery for further information.

For the second half of the Summer Exhibition, we have had new work in from Garry Pereira, Marie Wrightson, Sian McGill, David Barnes, Sion McIntyre, Pauline Beynon, Andrew Douglas Forbes (due in on 27th July). 

Click on EXHIBITION to view images of all the work in the Summer Exhibition.

If you wish to purchase a painting please contact the gallery on 029 2048 7158 or email info@albanygallery.com.

Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 10-5pm, Sundays and Bank Holidays (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day) 11-4pm.

Interest Free Credit Available

We subscribe to the Collectorplan scheme run by the Arts Council of Wales.  For details of this scheme, click on Collectorplan on the tool bar or visit the website www.collectorplan.org.uk

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FORTHCOMING EXHIBITIONS - 2014

 

12th September - 4th October - Mike Jones, John Lines, Aled Prichard Jones with ceramics by Richard Clarke

10th October - 1st November - David Grosvenor

7th November - 31st December - CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION