Art Matters at the White Lion Street Gallery 1,White Lion Street. (opposite Town Walls and next to the former cinema) Tel: 01834843375 www.artmatters.org.uk
Main Gallery: An exhibition from North Wales artist/printmaker Ann Lewis RCA: Lino prints and paintings of Welsh mountains and waterfalls.
The work of other regular artists is showing elsewhere in the gallery and everything can be viewed on the website.
Daily 10am to 5pm except Wednesday. Free
Open Art Exhibition
St Johns Church Hall, Warren Street.
Tel: 07970 474310.
Original works by artists and craftsmen
Percentage of sales proceeds goes to charity.
12th to 24th September:
Daily 10am to 5pm except Sunday morning
Naomi Tydeman Gallery
Cobb Lane, off Tudor Square.
Tel: 01834 845540 www.naomitydeman.co.uk
A working artist's studio gallery containing a selection of original watercolours, limited edition prints and cards by Naomi Tydeman.Naomi is a member of the prestigious Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours and exhibits annually at the Mall Galleries, London, and at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea in October.She has won many prizes, including the John Blockley prize and the Winsor and Newton award, has hung alongside Whistler, Singer Sargent, Degas, Turner and Prince Charles, was featured on the cover of the RI catalogue this spring and toured with the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition. She has written articles for art magazines, been featured in many books and her paintings can be found in private collections around the world.
Daily 10am to 5pm
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery
Tel 01834 842809
7 September to 28 September:
Open Daily 10am-5pm, Admission £4
7th – 20th September
A touring retrospective of works by a prolific 20th century contemporary of Graham Sutherland. Ray (actual name Rosemary) Howard-Jones spent many years living in Pembrokeshire creating a mass of impressionistic and emotional paintings, particularly seascapes. A delightful and important exhibition not to be missed.
21st – 28th September
‘POSTCARDS FROM TENBY’
The annual sale of pictures by famous and not so famous artists, not individually identified but bought by instinct in hope of getting a bargain, attracts fierce competition at the Royal Academy in London. The format comes to Tenby! An anonymous display of 6” x 4” works, including many by well known Welsh artists, will be on sale for a few pounds each. Do you recognise the style? Could it be worth a fortune in a few years? More details from the museum website. Get your bids at the start of the sale, it’s ‘first come first served’ .
Town Trails of Tenby
Tel: 01834 845841. Mobile: 07970 420 734.
Walks with Blue Badge Guide, Marion Davies. “The Story of Tenby” and “The Ghost Walk”
See display boards or phone for further details.
Senior Citizens: £4
Upper Frog Street,Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 7JD
Llewellyn's Gallery is a dedicated photographic gallery showcasing the work of renowned fine art photographer Gary Llewellyn. The gallery is run by Gary himself with a little help from his father, Ken, who can both offer a fascinating insight into Gary's photographic world. The spacious 650sqft gallery has a large display of framed and mounted Limited Edition Prints, an exclusive selection of greetings cards and the very latest of Gary's work. A bespoke framing service for all work purchased at the gallery is also available. Gary's work continues to evolve and is held in high regard both locally and nationally.
Normally open Monday - Saturday 10.30am - 5pm
The Glass Gallery
Picton Villa, South Parade, Tenby SA70 7DG. (opposite town walls next to fire station) Tel: 01834 849351
The gallery showcases the work of glass artist Neil Croucher and the Mellangth Glass Studio. Work consists of a mixture of traditional and contemporary stained glass. Also on show is a wide range of fused glass items, from small pieces of jewellery to large glass sculptures. Visitors can also watch work in progress and chat to the artist. Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm. Sunday: 11am to 4pm. Closed Monday