The photographer Chris Clunn is Gwynedd based but international in outlook, and the themes of his exhibition will reflect this. To those who are not aware of Chris' work this overview of his powerful, idiosyncratic and perceptive observations of people, mostly, will be memorable.
'John Cambrian Rowland and Evan Wiliams - 'Ceredigion Painters in Caernarfon' - Peter Lord
21/7/19 - 1/9/19
Oriel Brondanw is delighted to be able to present another series of Library Mini-shows under Peter Lord's curation. Each show will be formally opened by a Peter Lord talk; in 2018 these were sell-outs.
This year, 2019, will see the launch of Oriel Brondanw's first Agored/Open exhibition. Artists working in any medium will, through a selection procedure, get the opportunity to exhibit their work at this unique location. Contact Oriel Brondanw for information on how to apply.
A selection of old maps relating to this part of the world.
This exhibition will be opened by a talk by Mike Parker, author of Map Addict, Mapping The Roads, On the Red Hill and more.
Maps: combining the functional with the decorative.
Sarah Nechamkin met Susan Williams-Ellis in about 1935 whilst studying at the Chelsea Polytechnic, and they stayed lifelong friends. Oriel Brondanw has been bequeathed a substantial amount of Sarah's work and this compact Library display will open the door on that work and the life of a Jewish-Russian artist from Ibiza.