What’s On

Memories of Llanwrtyd – a photographic exhibition.

From Thursday 20th May 2021

Free entry

Local Art Group return to the Heritage Centre for a third exhibition

From Thursday 3rd June 2021

Four artists living in the Llandovery area who have worked together and been friends for many years are displaying their work in the galleries at the Heritage Centre during June.

The diverse artistic talents of Ann Page, Gorica Bulcock, Sue Reah and Val Fowler cover various subjects, predominately inspired by the stunning surroundings in which they live and include landscapes, flora and fauna, still life as well as abstracts. The paintings incorporate the use of various mediums including oil, watercolour, acrylic, inks and pastels.

The Stag – Gorcia Bulcock
Waterfall – Ann Page

Having such differing styles makes for an exciting exhibition with something to appeal to
everyone and their wall art is complemented by a beautiful range of textiles including totes,
patchwork, cushions and aprons. NewStartArt will be exhibiting at the Llanwrtyd & District Heritage and Arts Centre in the centre of Llanwrtyd Wells from Thursday 3rd June. (Centre is open Thursday to Sunday 10am to 4pm with safeguards in place for visitors and staff).

Rhandir-mwyn Forest – Sue Reah
The Alps – Val Fowler

FREE ENTRY

AN EXHIBITION FOR EVERYONE AT THE HERITAGE CENTRE

Irfon Valley Artists

From Thursday 1st July 2021

The galleries at the Llanwrtyd and District Heritage and Arts Centre will be filled with a varied and exciting display of artistic talent when the Irfon Valley Artists and Artisans exhibit throughout the month of July.


This group of locally based artists are returning to the Centre after several previously successful exhibitions with a range of work inspired by the stunning countryside and flora and fauna that are found in the area.


The galleries will be filled with creativity and colour from a variety of mediums including painting, textiles, stained glass, litho prints, sculpture, digital art and ceramics – truly a range of work to satisfy all artistic tastes.

The Centre is open Thursday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm with safeguards in place for visitors
and staff.

FREE ENTRY