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IWD 2017: some women’s art

There have been lots of International Women’s Day events in March 2017  (the day itself is 8th March), and I usually get round a few.  A rotten cold for me and voiceless Mike as company meant we only made it … Continue reading

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Lost Connections in Art in the Attic, Porth

Marion Cheung-Webber’s art works are well worth a visit to the gallery at The Factory, Porth called Art in the Attic.  It’s a really nice space. “Lost Connections” is a series of subtle works capturing young people absorbed in digital … Continue reading

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Women’s Arts Association autumn exhibition

The Women’s Arts Association has had a very successful show of associate members’ work at Llanover Hall in Cardiff.  “How I see It …” fitted nicely with Llanover Hall’s educative functions by asking women makers to create an original work … Continue reading

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Wonder in Prints & Drawing Study: Gwen John & Edna Clarke Hall

Women’s Arts Association members spent a happy hour in the National Museum of Wales with Beth McIntyre, Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings, who had made a selection from Gwen John and Edna Clarke Hall. The museum has a superb … Continue reading

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Rose Davies at the Worker’s Gallery

Rose Davies is a Swansea-based artist, a prolific explorer of different ways of doing art and materials.  Her blog as Rosie Scribblah is fun and informative.  Like other artists in Women’s Arts Association, she has projects, and her latest, following … Continue reading

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Wyndcliffe Court: sculpture garden

Wyndcliffe Court is to close its sculpture gardens after September 25th this year.  It was urgent to visit, and we were lucky with the weather; not so lucky with Mike’s navigation from Newport, where we picked up my Swindon friend … Continue reading

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Penarth Open Studio Trail 2016: textiles

A quick afternoon on the Open Studio Trail in Penarth was very worthwhile: we popped into a couple of favourites and spent more time with textile artists Judy Stephens and Sarah Fisher, both Women’s Arts Association members. Judy Stephens has … Continue reading

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