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Crickhowell Open Studios Spring Bank Holiday Weekend 24–26 May 2014

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Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre The Information Hub for the Crickhowell Open Studios weekend 24–26 May 2014 We look forward to welcoming you to Crickhowell. Visit the Oriel CRiC Gallery upstairs before continuing the trail of Open Studios. Our volunteers can help you with directions and advise you where to eat, where to stay and what else to see and do in the area. Also in CRiC: • Locally made gifts • Maps, guides and books • Wi-fi access • Great coffee and cake Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre, Beaufort Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BN. Tel: 01873 811970 www.fb.com/visitcrickhowell twitter.com/orielcric Registered Charity Number: 1106479. Company Limited by Guarantee registered in Cardiff 4668297.

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Crickhowell Open Studios For 3 days in May Crickhowell becomes a gallery where you will see art in many unexpected places. With 14 venues within easy walking distance of the town, visitors can enjoy the wonderful atmosphere by wandering from venue to venue. The art at studios as far as Brecon, Talybont-on-Usk, Llangynidr, Llanddewi Rhydderch and Abergavenny will certainly tempt many to explore the area which inspires such creativity. Entry to the 37 venues is free, making it a great day out for collectors and enthusiasts alike. You can use the maps in your brochure to plan your art adventure or simply join the trail at any point when you see our distinctive red arrow signs. A range of work including paintings, printmaking, photography, textiles, ceramics, jewellery, glass, sculpture, woodturning and forged ironwork will give you vast choice. Please follow the directions in the guide carefully. When you’re on the road look out for the red arrow signs with venue numbers, which will help point you in the right direction. Opening times and accessibility to venues vary, but are clearly listed in the guide. Most of the work on display will be for sale and many artists will be happy to accept commissions or open their studios for visits at other times during the year, but please be sure to contact them beforehand. We hope you have a wonderful time discovering the enormous talent that is the hallmark of this weekend. Suzette Pratten, Open Studios Co-ordinator Oriel CRiC Gallery, Crickhowell Email: gallery@visitcrickhowell.co.uk Tel: 01873 813669

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Open Art Competition at the Oriel CRiC Gallery Following the great excitement created by the announcement of the first Crickhowell Open Art Competition, a unique and varied body of work has been selected from more than 400 entries by both amateur and professional artists. The gallery is grateful for the donations of prize money and the funding support of Brecon Beacons Rural Alliances* to realise the project and delighted to be given the opportunity to showcase the vibrant art community of the Brecon Beacons and further afield. Visitors will be able to delight in the variety of work which includes paintings, drawings, printmaking, textiles and photography. A panel of judges will select the winners of a first prize of £500 and a runner up prize of £250, to be announced at the launch event of the exhibition on 23 May 2014. During the Open Studios weekend, visitors to the gallery will be able to vote for their favourite piece, which will be awarded a ‘Visitor’s Choice’ prize of £250! The prize money has been generously donated by: • James and Susie Suter (Gliffaes Country House Hotel) and • Cyril and Ann Teasdale The exhibition will continue until 21 July 2014. *Rural Alliances is a €10 million transnational project, 50% funded by the ERDF Interreg IVB North West Europe Programme involving twelve different partners from Wales, Ireland, France, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium. Further information can be found at www.beacons-npa.gov.uk

A: View from Trallong by Michael Howard B: Artist at work C: Country Lane, Summer Evening by Thomas Haskett

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Expect the unexpected. Be inspired, diverted and delighted. And come home with a unique artwork of your own. You’ll be able to meet artists, talk about their work, watch demonstrations or simply feast your eyes on a huge range of creative activity – from painting, photography, textiles, sculpture and ceramics, to furniture, glass, jewellery and much more.

Hop on the Art Bus

After the success of last year’s bus tours we had to repeat the experience! If you prefer not to drive, book your seat on the bus as soon as possible. The bus will leave from CRiC on Monday 26th May at 10am, returning for a brief lunch break and then leave again at 1.30pm to visit a number of studios showing a variety of work. Please telephone 01873 813667 or email gallery@visitcrickhowell.co.uk for more details or to book your seat. Cost is £10 for both sessions or £5 for just the morning or afternoon.

Printmaking, Painting and the Unconscious

A talk by Robert Macdonald Gliffaes Country House Hotel, Mon 26 May, 3pm Early in his career as a painter Robert was intrigued by the writings of the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, particularly as they related to the universal emergence of archetypal images in art. His talk will touch on ways in which these ideas have influenced his own approach to picture-making. As well as being a painter, Robert studied advanced printmaking techniques at the London Central School of Art and is a director of the Swansea Print Workshop. He will talk about printmaking as well as painting. Pre-booking and payment of £5 will be required. This will include tea and scones with Robert after the talk. Please contact gallery@visitcrickhowell.co.uk or call 01873 813667 to reserve your seat at this beautiful venue (maximum 30 people). Robert will be showing his work at the Gliffaes Country House Hotel (venue 16) during the Open Studios weekend. A: Visit to Helga Prosser’s studio (venue 26) B: Guests on the bus tour enjoying tea with Robert Macdonald at the Gliffaes Country House Hotel

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1 Oriel CRiC Gallery Beaufort Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BN. (T: 01873 811970) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. The Oriel CRiC Gallery forms part of the Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre (CRiC). This fully accessible space hosts six diverse exhibitions per year. It has become a much favoured destination for visitors to the area, showing exceptional work by both local and visiting artists, and designer makers. Visitors have this year relished ‘Under Welsh Skies’ which celebrated artists’ creative response to the Brecon Beacons. This was followed by an equally inspiring exhibition of work by members of the Royal Watercolour Society of Wales. The gallery was honoured to be given the opportunity to show the work of this group of professional artists living and working in Wales. For more information on membership of the Society please visit www.watercolourwales.co.uk Alongside the wonderful entries to the gallery’s first Open Art Exhibition, a selection of ceramics, sculpture, glass and jewellery will showcase the quality and diversity which has come to be associated with the gallery and which continues to delight visitors from far and wide. The exhibition launched during the Crickhowell Open Studios weekend will continue until 21 July 2014.

Meet the Maker in the Oriel CRiC Gallery Saturday 24 May

Ann Notley (A) is a textile artist who regularly exhibits in the Oriel CRiC Gallery. She uses embroidery to re-create in stitch, the abundance of wildflowers and insects that can be found where she lives, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The stitched figures are raised from the surface of the work to form a three dimensional effect. During the course of the morning, Ann will be stitching and showing how she creates these beautiful pieces which capture the imagination of many of our visitors.

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Louise Lovell (B) is a designer who specialises in handmade textile based jewellery. Each exquisite, delicate piece is sewn and knitted by hand using miniature knitting needles. These Continued on page 11

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1 Oriel CRiC Gallery continued are then combined with beads, buttons, pearls and other vintage treasures to create wearable works of art. Louise will spend the morning in the gallery giving visitors an insight into the creation of these unique pieces which are regularly exhibited at the Oriel CRiC Gallery.

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Kay Leverton (C) has gained a great following for her intricately detailed scraperboard depictions of both botanical and narrative subjects. Join her during the course of the morning in the gallery where she will share how she has mastered this technique and show some of her exquisite work. The gallery is upstairs in the Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre (CRiC), in the centre of Crickhowell, next to the car park.

Janet Hamer At the heart of the artist community Oriel CRiC Gallery proudly showcases the work of the region’s artists. It was, therefore, with great sadness that we heard of the death of Janet Hamer on 25 February 2014. Janet had become not only an exhibitor but a friend and supporter of the gallery. Janet’s work is best described as sculptures made in ceramics. Working alongside her husband Frank for more than sixty years, she continued to explore the rich possibilities of ceramic materials, shape and colour in the most imaginative ways. We know that the many people who own a small piece of the beautiful legacy she has left behind, will continue to treasure them. Along with Frank, she wrote one of the important texts for studio potters – ‘The Potter’s Dictionary of Materials and Techniques’ for A & C Black, first published in 1975. She was preparing the sixth edition at the time of her death. Frank and Janet Hamer were awarded a lifetime achievement award at the International Ceramics Festival, Aberystwyth in 2005. D: Janet Hamer E: Ceramic guinea fowl by Janet Hamer

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2 Torfaen Art Factory Clarence Hall, Beaufort Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BN. (T: 01633 483370) Sat 24 May: 11am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 4pm. The Art Factory is a group of 20 enthusiastic amateur artists and photographers who meet once a month to organise exhibitions and events to show their work. They have three permanent exhibitions throughout Cwmbran and have shown at a number of venues throughout Torfaen. Their work is extremely varied in style and size, and all pieces are for sale. The group looks forward to meeting visitors during the weekend. The exhibition is in the Clarence Hall, immediately next door to CRiC.

3 Marta Lombard The Art Room, Beaufort Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1AA. (T: 07712 894041) Sat 24 May: 11am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 5pm. Marta is a painter printmaker. She studied at Central Saint Martins, London. After obtaining her diploma she gained her BA and PGCE at Goldsmiths College. She has taught part-time. She is interested in colour-form and emotion. Opposite CRiC. Upstairs through the blue and white door.

4 Carys Rodwell 1 Llangenny Lane, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1AN. (T: 01873 811658) Sat 24 May: 11am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 4pm. Carys Rodwell designs and produces contemporary art glass pieces and pictures with a quirky style. She uses vibrant colour in an imaginative and humorous way. Each piece is individually made in her home studio. Developing her skills and techniques has enabled her to achieve her ambition of producing unique bespoke pieces. Walking from CRiC towards Abergavenny, pass the fire station, go down the hill, past the health centre. Llangenny Lane is the first left. Just a 5 minute walk!

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5 Ffolky Felt Book-ish, 23 High Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BD. (T: 01873 811256) Sat 24 May: 9.30am – 5.30pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 4pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 4pm. Emma Bevan’s work has explored printmaking, photography, drawing and now felt-making. Using organic wools she creates landscapes, clothing and creatures, many are commissioned. Using the therapeutic and natural processes, she also runs workshops and courses. Emma will not be present, but will leave booking forms for workshops with the staff who will be showcasing her work. Located on the High Street, next door to Grenfell’s Grocery and opposite Petals florists.

6 Art at the Dragon Inn 47 High Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BE. (T: 01873 810362) Sat 24 May: 10am – 4pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 4pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 4pm. The attractive and newly refurbished Dragon Inn is once again supporting the Open Studios weekend by welcoming two artists. Visitors can enjoy the art as well as the warm hospitality.

Elin Blake (A) Elin Siân Blake has previously been known for her expressive and vibrant paintings of Welsh rural life and horses, but has more recently gained notoriety for her paintings of the Welsh rugby team. She’s been described by the Western Mail as the “greatest rugby artist of her generation”. Mark Zytynski (B) Mark produces fine art prints and large digital artworks of trees, woodlands and landscapes. These works are quite unlike traditional photographs and always generate a great deal of interest at exhibitions and in galleries. He will also be exhibiting larger work at Treberfydd House (venue 21). Please park in the town car park. Pass CRiC, turn right and cross the road at the pedestrian crossing into High Street. Turn left. The Dragon Inn is on the left hand side, towards the bottom of High Street.

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7 Susan Thorne Mortimer House, 43 High Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BE. (T: 07969 594529) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. Sue loves the outdoors and particularly the mountains and the natural landscape. Birds, flowers and the mountains feature heavily in her work. Sue works in glass. She paints on glass and makes both leaded and fused panels, mixing methods and techniques to create her unique work. Mortimer House is at the bottom of High Street, past the Dragon Inn, opposite Black Mountain Gold.

8 Ginny Topp Old Cross Keys House, 35 High Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BE. (T: 01873 810690) Sat 24 May: 10am – 6.30pm, Sun 25 May: 10.30am – 6.30pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 6pm. Having graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a first class honours BA in 3D design (2008) and an MA with Distinction in Fine Art (2012) Ginny has established a community ceramic studio. She has recently received a graduate residency award exploring oil painting. Such paintings will be exhibited alongside video, ceramic work and prints. From CRiC, number 35 is at the end of High Street, near the top of Bridge Street.

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9 Tim Rossiter 6 Bridge Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1AR. (T: 01873 810301) Sat 24 May: 11am – 6pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 6pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 6pm. Tim Rossiter moved to Wales from his home town of Bristol more than 20 years ago. A painter and sculptor, his recent work has drawn increasingly on themes from Welsh mythology, as well as from music, the landscape and collaborations with Welsh poets. Bridge Street runs from Crickhowell bridge up to the High Street. Number 6 has a green door and a dragon knocker.

10 David Roy Kerton 36 Bridge Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1AR. (T: 01873 811336) Sat 24 May: 11am – 4.30pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 4.30pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 4.30pm. David Roy Kerton has had a lifelong love of art, but has spent most of his working life as a welder-fabricator in heavy industry throughout Wales. In the late seventies he attended Hereford College of Art to study Three Dimensional Design. He now paints in acrylics – working from sketches, photographs and memories of the Welsh valleys. His paintings are about atmosphere rather than place alone. Bridge Street runs from Crickhowell bridge up to High Street. Number 36 is covered in wisteria.

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11 Art at St Edmund’s Church Church Lane, Crickhowell, NP8 1BB. Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. St Edmund’s is the Church in Wales Parish Church of Crickhowell. Built around 1300 by Lady Sybil Pauncefote it is, in itself, well worth a visit. At midday on each of the Open Studio days you can join a ‘walk and talk’ session to find out more about some of the many items of interest such as the windows by Charles Eamer Kempe or the icon by Revd Brian Bessant. Visitors who enjoy textile art may be interested in the wall hanging of St Edmund designed and created by Elizabeth Brown from Tredegar. Five artists will be sharing this beautiful venue:

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852417) Art therapist and illustrator, Clare, explores colour, light and movement through collage and paint. She uses the theme of interior and exterior landscape, as seen from inside, beyond the windows. Clare will be offering taster sessions of collage for children and adults on all three days from 11am until 1pm.

Minerva Rodriguez (B) (T: 07786 557678) Minerva is inspired by indigenous birdlife and the natural world to create delicate watercolours. Most recently she has painted animal portraits and landscapes. She has used her skill to create a range of jewellery which incorporate original watercolours – each a miniature work of art. Miles Brunskill (C) Miles is an artist and photographer based in South Wales. He has an honours degree in fine art from Cardiff University and has worked in the printing industry. His art is inspired by nature, coastal seascapes, boats, planets and the sky. He likes to work in abstract and use acrylics. Continued on page 23

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11 Art at St Edmund’s Church cont. Chris Heneghan (D) (T: 07917 078561)

Chris Heneghan is a potter working near Abergavenny. His work is mostly thrown, and includes decorative and functional pieces. Much of it is highly coloured, which he hopes will amuse you when you use it.

Kwong Kuen Shan (E) (T: 07917 078561)

Kwong Kuen Shan is a Chinese artist and writer who was born and educated in Hong Kong. She spent most of her formative years in London, and now lives and works in Wales where she paints, writes and teaches Chinese art. Her Chinese roots and upbringing strongly influence her work. She records her observations of a wide range of themes, trying to capture the Chi, or energy, of the subject. She writes and illustrates her own books, combining her paintings with ancient Chinese texts. From CRiC drive towards Brecon. At the T-junction at the petrol station, turn left. Parking is available on the right hand side in the secondary school car park. St Edmund’s is on the opposite side of the road. If walking from CRiC, follow the arrow directions down Silver Lane (see Crickhowell map on page 29).

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12 Sarah Powell 40 Brookfields, Crickhowell, NP8 1DJ. (T: 01873 811618) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 12.30pm – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm Calon Lan Jewellery and Craft is run by Sarah Powell. Following early retirement from district nursing in 2009, Sarah has expanded her craft skills and repertoire to include felting, polymer, clay and wirework, incorporating these mediums into unique jewellery. All gemstones, beads and findings are fair trade sourced. From Crickhowell take the A40 towards Brecon. Opposite the primary school, turn into Everest Drive, turn right on to Brookfields past oak tree on right, number 40 is the third house on the left. (Calon Lan is marked on Google maps and directory.)

13 Gwyn Dix 7 Penydre, Crickhowell, NP8 1DG. (T: 01873 811129) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. Originally inspired by blacksmiths of the Lake Zone Tanzania, who use recycled metal and charcoal-fired forges. His work mainly consists of items for the hearth. From Crickhowell take the A40 towards Brecon. Follow the high wall out of town. Turn left after the zebra crossing opposite the primary school into Everest Drive. Second left and park on the estate before walking up between the hedges.

‘Totally Locally’ Crickhowell Crickhowell has embraced the Shop Local movement – encouraging both locals and visitors to enjoy and support the wonderful local business community. The beautiful window displays during the Open Studios weekend celebrate not only the art and artists of the area, but great community collaboration and a vibrant rural spirit at its best!

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14 Arts Alive Wales The Old School, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, NP8 1DG. (T: 01873 811579) Sat 24 May: Closed, Sun 25 May: 10am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. Arts Alive Wales, in partnership with Brecon and District Mind, will host two days exploring ceramics. Professional Tutor, Martin Craddock, will be joined by students from his popular courses to provide demonstrations of coiled pottery, sculptural ceramics and throwing on the potter’s wheel. You’ll have the opportunity to purchase original work directly from the students and discover more about the ceramic process.

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Martin Craddock will exhibit his current work in glazed earthenware. Pattern making is the consistent theme he explores in his work, drawing basic elements from the rich geometric traditions of ancient and ethnic art forms. Martin strives for strong clean forms in his pots, enhancing them with rich layered glazes that create bold contrasts through pattern and texture.

Sally Bates (B) Sally Bates has enjoyed making pots for twenty years and has studied pottery at various colleges in England and Wales as a mature student. She takes her inspiration from a broad and varied range of forms found in nature. Martine Wills (C) Martine Wills is a sculptor who works in wood, stone, clay and bronze using the figurative form as her inspiration. She is now exploring the use of ceramics to make sculptural pots. These pots aren’t functional; instead Martine focuses on simplicity of shape, texture and colour to achieve something out of the ordinary. Arts Alive Wales is situated at the Old School, a converted Victorian building close to the current primary school on Brecon Road (A40), Crickhowell. Arts Alive Wales is a 15 minute walk from Crickhowell town centre.

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15 Welsh Academy of Art The Stables, Glanusk Park, Crickhowell, NP8 1LP. (T: 07815 760240) Sat 24 May: 10am – 4pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 4pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 4pm, Tue 27 May: 10am – 3pm. Founded in 2012 by Lucy Corbett, the Welsh Academy of Art is one of four institutions in the UK championing the merits of traditional methods of drawing and painting from life with natural light. Fundamental to the training is ‘sight size’ – a rigorous and time-honoured technique inherited from the masters of the 17th century. With its philosophies anchored in our all-but-forgotten past, the Welsh Academy of Art provides an alternative to the contemporary art world and breathes new life into the teaching of fine art. The exhibition will demonstrate the progressive stages of training. First and second year students will be exhibiting work to include cast drawing, Bargue drawing, still life, portrait and landscape painting. Please come and join us to celebrate a renaissance of figurative art in Wales. Please use the back gates to Glanusk Park. From Crickhowell, take the B4558 towards Llangynidr. Take a right into the park at widened gates. Do not drive through estate buildings. Follow the signs right, fork left and left again, continue down hill and turn right at T junction. Arrive at the stable yard. A: Still life by Lucy Corbett B: Still life by Theresa Stabb C: Landscape by Lee Wright D: Theresa Stabb at work at the Welsh Academy of Art

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16 Robert Macdonald Gliffaes Country House Hotel, Crickhowell, NP8 1RH. (T: 01874 730371) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. Well known as a painter of the Usk Valley, Robert Macdonald is the newly elected Chairman of the Royal Watercolour Society of Wales. He is also a printmaker with work in the V&A Museum and other public collections. He studied painting at the Royal College of Art, and printmaking at the London Central School. From Crickhowell towards Brecon on the A40, after the junction with the A479 there’s a sign for the hotel on the right hand side of the road. Take first left after 100m. Follow the lane up the hill for 1 mile until you reach the gates.

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Tretower Village Hall, NP8 1RD. (T: 01874 611883 or 07976 153701) Sat 24 May: 10.30am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 10.30am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10.30am – 5pm. Crickhowell Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers is a mixed-ability group, who encourage and preserve the traditional crafts of weaving and spinning, as well as other textile-related crafts. Members will be exhibiting a variety of work and many items will be for sale. A small display of work by Dora Care, the founder member, will be shown in her memory.

Between A40 and A479, Tretower is 5 miles northwest of Crickhowell. The hall is near the church.

18 Hannah Firmin Ty Canol, Beaufort Road, Llangynidr, NP8 1LL. (T: 01874 731295) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. Hannah works as a freelance illustrator and printmaker. She engraves on wood, lino and vinyl, adding collage, paint and printing on her 1840’s Columbian press. Cross Crickhowell bridge. Take B4558 right to Llangynidr. Before village, turn left, signposted Beaufort (B4560). Continue for about a third of a mile. After red triangular road sign for a right turn, prepare to turn left (opposite Mill Road). Drive first left up a very steep drive. At the top turn right.

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19 Jane Bennett Danywern Studios, Danywern Farm, Cyffredyn Lane, Llangynidr, NP8 1LR. (T: 07886 195 813) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. Working from life, photographs and imagination, Jane experiments with surface and texture in an attempt to capture the essence of a subject. She currently exhibits at The Art Shop in Abergavenny and The West Wales Arts Centre. Travel from Crickhowell, along the back road, B4558, towards Llangynidr. After approximately 3.3 miles take the track up on the left signposted Danywern Studios (immediately opposite the turning is a white cottage). The studio is up the track and is part of a recent barn conversion.

20 Daniel and Maxie Crunden Lilac Cottage, Coed-yr-ynys, Llangynidr, NP8 1NA. (T: 01874 730943) Sat 24 May: 10am – 4pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 4pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 4pm.

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Daniel makes wood and stone furniture for the house and garden; from small stools and chairs, to rough hewn oak banqueting tables and benches. Working with the grain he likes to keep the original character and contours of the raw materials alive in his work.

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Maxie works colourful glass rods and oxypropane flame to make quirky beaded interpretations of animals, birds, fish and flowers. With copper, driftwood, bone and other found materials these are then turned into one off sculptural art pieces and jewellery. From Crickhowell take the A40 towards Brecon. After 4 miles turn left to Llangynidr. Cross the river bridge. Turn first right and follow signs. Park alongside the wall on the left. Alternative route from Crickhowell via venues 18 and 19: Cross Crickhowell bridge, take B4558 right to Llangynidr (follow individual directions for 18 and 19 here). Carry on into the village past village hall. Turn right down Forge Road (B4560, signposted Bwlch). At the bottom of the road, just before the bridge, turn left onto Coed-yr-Ynys and Lilac Cottage is the first on the left.

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21 Treberfydd House Llangasty, Brecon, LD3 7PX. (T: 01874 730205) Sat 24 May: 12pm – 6pm, Sun 25 May: 12pm – 6pm, Mon 26 May: 12pm – 6pm. Treberfydd House, a Grade 1 listed Victorian gothic country house, will be opening its doors for guided tours, a solo exhibition of art photography by Talgarth artist, Mark Zytynski, and a sneak preview of its summer digital art show – the Lumen Prize Exhibition. For more details visit www.treberfydd.com, www.zytpyx.co.uk and www.lumenprize.com. Signposted from A40 at Bwlch and Llanhamlach.

22 Harry Chapman Ty Cam Gallery, Talybont-on-Usk, Brecon, LD3 7JD. (T: 01874 676458) Sat 24 May: 11am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 1pm – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 5pm. Harry is a woodturner who works from his workshop in Talybont. He uses local hardwoods to make interesting pieces – from large bowls to everyday kitchenware. Turn off the A40 signposted to Talybont. Pass Usk Hotel. Turn right at junction under bridge. Gallery on immediate left hand. Look for the large wooden mushrooms on the forecourt.

23 Helen and Sean Crawford 2 The Postern, Brecon, LD3 9DG. (T: 07828 730619) Sat 24 May: 1pm – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 5.30pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 5.30pm. Sean Crawford (A) is a passionate explorer of the hidden places of the Brecon Beacons (and far beyond), as interpreted in his beautiful black and white photographs, of landscapes full of light and life. Also on display will be inspirational silk paper, textile and mixed media landscapes and seascapes by Helen Crawford (B). Prints, unframed original works and cards available. Middle of three cottages in a terrace close to Brecon town centre – between the castle and cathedral, backing on to the Honddu. (Disabled access limited to one room only. Ring ahead for details.)

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24 Clive and Stef The Red Lion, Llanbedr, Crickhowell, NP8 1SR. (T: 01873 810754) Sat 24 May: 12pm – 3pm and 7pm – 11pm, Sun 25 May: 12pm – 3pm and 7pm – 11pm, Mon 26 May: 12pm – 3pm and 7pm – 11pm. “You will have heard of Gilbert and George? Our work is nothing like theirs! Come and enjoy the crazy world of Clive and Stef and enjoy some π (Pi) and a pint at the Red Lion.” It’s the only pub in Llanbedr!

25 Art at St Peter’s Church Llanbedr, Crickhowell, NP8 1SR. (T: 01873 811330) Sat 24 May: 9.30am – 12pm and 5pm – 8pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 5pm. Annabelle Elletson annually curates an exhibition of work by a number of artists in this charming 11th century stone church of St Peter’s in Llanbedr. This year there will be a selection of paintings and sculpture. The venue has also gained a reputation for the tea and cake on offer. The warm hospitality makes it all the more enjoyable to appreciate the art, stonework, ancient yew trees and features of the church, such as the stone angels carved by the Brute family while they lived in Llanbedr.

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Annabelle has been working around ideas of home. What makes a home different to a house? Is home a place, or the things in it, or the people? Do we need a physical place of our own. Aren’t nomads just as happy?

Morgan Llewellyn (B) Morgan comes from a family with a strong tradition of painting. At school he won all the major art prizes. However, apart from life-drawing classes at Saint Martin’s School of Art and what he learned at school, he is self-taught. Since retirement he has taken up painting professionally. A former chairman of the Armed Forces Art Society, he paints both landscapes and portraits in watercolour and oils, both at home in Wales and in Venice. He exhibits annually at the Mall Gallery in London, and at the Albany Gallery in Cardiff. In 2005, he won the Painter Stainers Prize for painting. Recently a royal collection acquired one of his paintings. He welcomes enquiries and commissions. The whole range of his work can be seen on his website – www.morganllewellynart.co.uk Continued on page 43

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25 Art at St Peter’s Church cont. Kate Freeman (C) After training as a designer in the 1980s, Kate led a nomadic life in Ireland and the UK before moving to Hay-on-Wye. After her second child was born she studied part time at Howard Gardens in Cardiff, graduating with BA (Hons) in Art and Aesthetics in 2007. She continually explores new ways to make paintings using layers of texture, colour and gesture. Although they are usually ‘abstract’, the images created in acrylic paint on canvas often convey a sense of energy and movement. Robert Clarke (D)

Born in London, Robert Clarke trained at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, and then went on to do an MA at Chelsea School of Art. He was elected a member of the London Group in 1977 and was an original member of the Wapping group of painters. He has exhibited widely and has work in public and private collections in the UK, Europe and the USA.

Martine Wills (E) Martine is a sculptor who works in many mediums including bronze, wood, stone, clay and plaster. This collection of contemporary bronzes are figurative, exploring expression and emotions. Using a lost wax technique they are unique pieces. Martine is also showing her ceramic work at Arts Alive Wales (venue 14). From the A40, by the fire station, take Greenhill Way, then right up Standard Street and carry on to Llanbedr. Turn left into the village. The church is in the centre. Park at the village hall.

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26 Helga Prosser Cae’r-Lan, Llanbedr, Crickhowell, NP8 1ST. (T: 01873 812030) Sat 24 May: 11am – 6pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 6pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 6pm. Helga works in steel, clay and bronze, but her medium of choice is steel. Its strength allows for the tremendous flexibility to express the movement in the human body. From CRiC turn left at the fire station, up Greenhill Way, passing the Llangenny and Llanbedr turn-offs. After the Llanbedr turn-off take the first turn to the right, between the barns and hard-standing as signposted. Carry on for quarter of a mile down a country lane next to the river and over the hump-backed bridge. The studio will be in front of you. (It is 3 miles from the Llanbedr turn-off).

27 Lee Wright and family Parc Lodge, The Legar, Llangattock, NP8 1HL. (T: 01873 812239) Sat 24 May: 10.30am – 5.30pm, Sun 25 May: 10.30am – 5.30pm, Mon 26 May: 10.30am – 5.30pm. This exhibition will showcase Lee’s popular local landscape lino prints and his representational oil paintings. Also displayed will be beautiful patchwork cushions, knitted hats and socks made by his mother, along with intricate woodcarvings made by his father. From Crickhowell, cross over the bridge then turn left. Continue straight, with the River Usk on the left and houses on the right. Parc Lodge is the last house before the fields, with parking on the right.

28 Margaret Llewellyn-Jones The Stables, Glanonney, Llangattock, NP8 1HU. (T: 01873 811958) Sat 24 May: 10.30am – 4.30pm, Sun 25 May: 10.30am – 4.30pm, Mon 26 May: 10.30am – 4.30pm. Margaret specialises in brightly coloured colographs which are inspired by local and other, mostly Welsh, landscapes and by the history of Wales. She also works in other media. From Crickhowell, cross the bridge, turn left then immediately right to Llangattock. Pass The Horseshoe Inn (do not turn right to church). The Stables is about 100 yards beyond pub, on right. Big brown gates, stone walls.

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29 Angela Dooley The Awning, Park Farm, Llangattock, NP8 1HT. (T: 07791 641004) Sat 24 May: 11am – 6pm, Sun 25 May: 11am – 6pm, Mon 26 May: 11am – 6pm. Angela graduated in Fine Art and taught Art in Birmingham for 37 years. After her retirement Angela and her husband bought a caravan on the Park Farm site and explored the very beautiful and diverse countryside, which has been the inspiration for her work. Over Crickhowell bridge, turn towards Llangattock, opposite The Horseshoe Inn, left into Park Drive. Straight over the cattle grid on to a farm track. After 200 yards take left fork over a small stream. Sixth caravan on the left.

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30 Helen and Stuart Absalom Absalom Art Studio and Gallery, Hatherleigh Place, Union Road West, Abergavenny, NP7 7RL. (T: 07785 951974) Sat 24 May: 10am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 4pm. Come and see Helen and Stuart in their new studio with a current collection of paintings depicting portraits, flora and nature. Created with a mix of oils, acrylics and silk painting. From Crickhowell, entering Abergavenny turn right at the first roundabout (A4143). Take second right – Union Road West, the first right, directly right again, (past Abergavenny Electrics on left), turn left and follow road around to Hatherleigh Place.

31 David Haswell Invergowrie, 7 Windsor Road, Abergavenny, NP7 7BB. (T: 01873 850440) Sat 24 May: 10.30am – 6pm, Sun 25 May: 10.30am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10.30am – 5pm. Original paintings and limited edition prints of the Welsh landscape. Rendered as high contrast, semi abstract textured watercolours, using deeply saturated pigments from Italy. Approximately 200 metres after Nevill Hall Hospital, turn left off the A40/Brecon Road into Belgrave Road. After 200 metres, turn left into Western Road and first right into Windsor Road. Penultimate house on right.

32 Helen Langford The Hidden Garden, 15 Nevill Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5AA. (T: 07807 274021) Sat 24 May: 9.30am – 7pm, Sun 25 May: 9.30am – 7pm, Mon 26 May: 9.30am – 7pm. Helen Langford is an artist who enjoys experimenting with colour and form, using the local landscape as her inspiration. She has now opened ‘The Hidden Garden’ to showcase her work and that of other local artists. You can find her in the garden behind Fig Tree Espresso, which is opposite The Trading Post.

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33 Louise Collis Attic Studio, Claremont House, 15 Neville Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5AA. (T: 07949 187426) Sat 24 May: 10am – 6pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 6pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 6pm. Louise has a passion for painting landscape outdoors. Inspired by movement and ever-changing colours, her outdoor work then inspires studio work. Her paintings are always very expressive and full of colour and movement. Nevill Street has The King’s Arms at one end and Burtons at the other. The studio is above Fig Tree Espresso, opposite The Trading Post.

34 Anthony Davies 24 Ostringen Close, Abergavenny, NP7 5LY. (T: 01873 856765 or 07855 536142) Sat 24 May: 10am – 6pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 6pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 6pm. Anthony Davies trained as an architect and practised in Cardiff with his wife Barbara, also an architect. In 2004, Anthony created a new design studio concentrating on artistic works in oil, watercolour, pencil, pen and mixed media drawings. Currently painting in oil, Anthony is a Friend of the Royal Academy and is submitting two paintings to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014. With your back to The Angel Hotel take Hereford Road. Take first right to Lower Monk Street, straight ahead over a mini roundabout. Take the first left into Gavenny Way. Take the first left to Ostringen Close. Number 24 is towards the end of the close.

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35 Court Cupboard Craft Gallery Court Cupboard Craft Gallery, New Court Farm, Llantilio Pertholey, Abergavenny, NP7 8AU. (T: 01873 852011) Sat 24 May: 10.30am – 5pm, Sun 25 May: 10.30am – 5pm, Mon 26 May: 10.30am – 5pm. The Court Cupboard Craft Gallery is housed in a beautiful old barn just outside Abergavenny, and nestles in a picturesque setting by the Skirrid mountain. The gallery showcases a wide range of high-quality, collectable art and crafts by members of the Black Mountains Circle and their guests. As a cooperative, the gallery is manned by its members, so each day visitors receive a warm welcome from one of the friendly artists or makers, who can often be seen working on their particular speciality. The gallery currently has about 25 members, including local artists Keith Foster, David Haswell and Pam Rees; ceramicists Gaynor Elliott and Claire Scawn; and glass artist Cag Rodwell. There’s weaver Stuart Neale (Sioni Rhys Handweavers), Wendy James (Wye Valley Woodturners), basket maker Judy Hartley, spinning/knitting expert Sarah Stacey and blacksmith Barrie Hartley. Textile art is by Anne Gullick and Penny Turnbull, and knitting by Glenda Morgan. There’s jewellery to suit every taste – by Lynn Kirsten Clarke, Andrea Davis, Lorna Davis, Frances Lester, Louise Lovell, Susan Pochron and Annette Yates. An extensive display of Welsh lovespoons, hand carved by David and Joan Jones, is second to none. The gallery hosts year-round exhibitions. Popular workshops include: basketry, fused glass, handknitting, pottery, sewing, silver jewellery, spinning, sugarcraft, textiles and watercolour painting. Visitors can relax in the comfortable coffee area (by the log fire in winter) or out on the patio, enjoying views of the Skirrid and Sugarloaf mountains. Take the A465 north towards Hereford. After about two miles, turn first right (towards Skenfrith B5421) and follow the brown ‘Craft Gallery’ signs.

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36 Jan Thomas Textiles @ The Weir, The Weir, Llanddewi Rhydderch, Abergavenny, NP7 9TW. (T: 01873 840299) Sat 24 May: 10am – 4pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 4pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 4pm. Jan is a textile artist based at a new studio/workshop in the village of Llanddewi Rhydderch, where she runs courses to cater for all abilities. Using a wide range of textile techniques, including hand and machine embroidery, felting and painting, her work is inspired by Welsh mountains and countryside. In Llanddewi Rhydderch, ten minutes out of Abergavenny, off the B4233, Old Monmouth Road. Close to Chapel Cottage Studio (venue 37).

Keep up-to-date We hope that you are inspired by your visit during the weekend. Please keep in touch by emailing gallery@visitcrickhowell.co.uk or leaving your comments and suggestions in the visitor books at the venues you visit. Packed with the latest updates, images and information www.visitcrickhowell.co.uk lists participating artists with links to their websites, as well as other local information. For updates on Open Studios and other events in the area:

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37 Chapel Cottage Studio Chapel Cottage Studio, Llanddewi Rhydderch, Abergavenny, NP7 9TT. (T: 01873 840282) Sat 24 May: 10am – 4pm, Sun 25 May: 10am – 4pm, Mon 26 May: 10am – 4pm. Chapel Cottage Studio is a small, friendly teaching studio nestled in the Welsh countryside just four miles outside Abergavenny. Resident artist and tutor Jantien Powell will be launching her much anticipated new exhibition ‘Abergavenny Cattle Market – A Retrospective’ during this year’s Open Studios weekend. Well-known locally for her rural paintings, Jantien has been working towards this exhibition for two years. There will be a private viewing on Friday 23rd May by invitation only. Please get in touch for more information or to request an invitation. Weather permitting, there will also be an ‘Arts Boot Sale’ in the grounds of Chapel Cottage Studio alongside the exhibition on Saturday 24th May. Local artisans are invited to exhibit their work for the day, showcasing the fantastic creative talent this area has to offer. Buy, barter and bag an art bargain to boot! Light refreshments will be available and there is plenty of room for children to play, so feel free to bring the whole family. Of course, advice and information on all of our workshops and events at the studio will also be available all weekend. If you fancy coming along to a class but you don’t know which one, or you just want to see where we are and what we do, we would love to meet you. Whether you are excited to be among the first to view the new exhibition by Jantien Powell, or you’re looking for a friendly, informal art class, there are plenty of reasons to visit Chapel Cottage Studio this year. From the Hardwick roundabout (south of Abergavenny) take the B4598 signposted Usk and Clytha. After 100 yards follow signs to Chapel Cottage Studio on left for two miles. (OS 334642/212511)

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What’s on Saturday 24th May Venue 1: Ann Notley at the Oriel CRiC – showing the technique of stumpwork embroidery Venue 3: Carys Rodwell will be demonstrating her glass making techniques during the day. Venue 11: Clare Faulkner will be offering taster sessions of collage for children and adults. 11am–1pm. Venue 37: Arts Boot Sale, 10am-4pm. All manner of artisans are invited to hold a stall for the day and flog their fabulous wares from the garden at Chapel Cottage Studio. A great way for artists and makers to get involved with the Crickhowell Open Studios, and a fantastic opportunity for art enthusiasts to buy, barter and grab a bargain. Weather permitting. To book a pitch call Tirza on 01873 840282 or email info@chapelcottagestudio.co.uk.

Sunday 25th May Venue 1: Jewellery designer Louise Lovell will be making her beautiful textile inspired jewellery during the morning. Venue 3: Carys Rodwell will be demonstrating her glass making techniques during the day. Venue 11: Clare Faulkner will be offering taster sessions of collage for children and adults. 11am–1pm.

Monday 26th May Venue 1: Artist Kay Leverton will be showing the process behind her intricate scraperboard pictures during the morning. Venue 3: Carys Rodwell will be demonstrating her glass making techniques during the day. Venue 11: Clare Faulkner will be offering taster sessions of collage for children and adults. 11am–1pm. Venue 16: Talk by Robert Macdonald, Chairman of the Royal Watercolour Society of Wales (see page 7 for details).

CRiC cannot accept any liability for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public while visiting a Crickhowell Open Studios venue. Visitors do so entirely at their own risk. Every effort is made by artists to ensure that their venues are as safe as possible. All copyright remains with the artists.

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Key to symbols Please consider the symbols at each venue before planning your visit: Suitable for disabled access. (Toilet facilities may be limited if at an artist’s home) Toilets available Some refreshments may be for sale

Tourist information available Parking nearby Parking in town car park

The Open Studios weekend is the result of great teamwork of CRiC staff members, volunteers and artists. We greatly appreciate the wonderful support from local businesses through advertising, display and exhibition space which helps to create the welcoming atmosphere in the town.

Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre, Beaufort Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BN. Tel: 01873 811970 Email: gallery@visitcrickhowell.co.uk

Front cover image by Tim Rossiter. Back cover image by Dorian Spencer Davies. Guide designed by www.ahgraphicdesign.co.uk

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Crickhowell Open Studios 2014 Guide  
Crickhowell Open Studios 2014 Guide  

A guide to the 2014 Crickhowell Open Studios trail

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