Oriel Davies Gallery
The Park, Newtown
Powys SY16 2NZ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1686 625041

Email: desk@orieldavies.org

 

THE GALLERY IS OPEN TUESDAY-SATURDAY

SHOP Tuesday-Saturday 11-4

CAFE Tuesday-Saturday 11-4

CAFE GALLERY: Melvyn Evans: Imprinting the Landscape

GALLERY 1: Our Isles: Celebrating the Art of Rural Living

Coming soon:

GALLERY 2: DAC ART PRIZE (November)


 

 

Archive

Oriel Davies is developing this archive as a resource for those researching both visual arts and arts education. Divided into exhibitions, projects and Test Bed the archive is searchable using the search bar below or by browsing through the archive pages.

In Between the Folds are Particles
Anna Falcini

A compelling body of new work tells of an ongoing conversation between contemporary artist, Anna Falcini, and the late Welsh artist, Gwen John (1876 -1939), through the archive of John’s draft letters and diaries at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. more >

Exhibition 2019 06 April - 05 June

Mobile Tales
a group of talented young artists

March 2019 is a very special time for a group of talented young artists in North Powys, with two exhibitions of work by past and current Criw Celf participants taking take place at Oriel Davies. The exhibitions will be officially opened by Louise Wright of The Arts Council of Wales, on Saturday 9th March at 3.15, in a special event with the young artists, their families and friends. more >

Exhibition 2019 09 March - 30 March

Flexuous
Sophie Kumar-Taylor

Flexuous is a specially commissioned artwork by Sophie Kumar-Taylor. This Criw Celf commission celebrates Sophie's accomplishments as an early career artist and provides her with an opportunity to create a site-specific piece at Oriel Davies, the largest and most significant visual arts venue in the region, and a key gallery of Wales. more >

Exhibition 2019 09 March - 30 March

Cartographic Imaginaries: Interpreting the Literary Atlas of Wales
Group Exhibition

Cartographic Imaginaries presents an inspiring collection of commissioned artwork in response to twelve English language novels set in Wales. These form part of the wider Literary Atlas of Wales project, which investigates how books and maps help us understand the spatial nature of the human condition. More specifically it explores how English language novels set in Wales contribute to our understanding of the real-and-imagined nature of the country, its history, and its communities. more >

Exhibition 2019 09 February - 18 March

Winter Concert at Oriel Davies
Alis Huws & Carys Gittins

Oriel Davies presents Alis Huws and Carys Gittins for our Winter Concert more >

Exhibition 2019 01 January - 24 November