Our Artists



Jo Frost

Jo Frost is an acclaimed seascape artist, acknowledged for her cutting edge artwork and depiction of the power of the ocean. She has exhibited throughout the UK and her work is sought after for its atmospheric and expressive textural style. [find out more…]


Lyndon Thomas

Lyndon Thomas’s artistic career has spanned three decades and has included three diverse, yet creatively linked disciplines; painting, pottery and woodcraft. Lyndon has achieved great success across all three media and has exhibited throughout Wales over the years. His work is part of many private collections worldwide.


LYNDON THOMAS | Tirwedd Sir Benfro gyda Bythynnod/Pembroshire Lanscape with Cottages


Philip Huckin Landscape

Philip Huckin Landscape


Philip Huckin

Philip Huckin was born in 1952 and grew up in Oxford where he completed an Art and Design Foundation Year at Oxford Polytechnic. Subsequently, from 1972 to 1975, he studied Art and History at The University College of Wales Aberystwyth, where he gained a Bachelor of Arts degree. From 1975 to 1976 he completed a post graduate Art and Design teacher training course at Sussex University and he took up his first teaching post in Hertfordshire in 1976. [find out more…]


Wyn Mel

WYNNE MELVILLE JONES (WYN MEL) became known throughout Wales as a pioneer of bilingual PR activities and for his involvement in Wales' largest youth organisation The Urdd. The former art student has now returned to his main interest - visual art. He works from his home in Llanfihangel Genau'r Glyn (Llandre) in Ceredigion and he is active in the local community. He is very proud of his roots in Ceredigion and feels a responsibility for things Welsh. [find out more…]


Philip Huckin Landscape

Philip Huckin Landscape





Ali Scott

"As a child I drew obsessively and painted with a passion. After Art College in the late seventies, I made my home in Wales where at last, I felt a sense of belonging.
For many years I facilitated art in a variety of therapeutic settings, working with groups and individuals. Alongside my work, I continued to explore my own creative process and enjoyed painting, drawing, printmaking, textiles and sculpture. Then I discovered felt making."[find out more…]


Aneurin Jones

Aneurin's work is one with rural Dyfed. The work seems to grow organically from the land and is seen as iconic art in the eyes of so many. There is a timeless quality to the work - the individual in solitute, a gathering of country people, the sanctity of the earth and the flabouyancy of the Welsh Cob.[website]


Alun - Aneurin Jones

Welsh Cob – Aneurin Jones

Huw Williams – Y Gwli


Huw Williams

Originally from the small seaside town of Llanfairfechan, Conwy, sandwiched between large mountains and the Carneddau Menai Strait, my early creative inspiration came from this unique landscape with its dramatic contrast between the highlands and the sea, the magical effect of light as the sun sets behind Anglesey and the Penmaenmawr mountain quarry spreading its monolithic shadow over the town and its people. I began my studies in 1980 arts foundation course in Bangor led by the late Peter Prendergast, before going on to Loughborough Art College to study for an honours degree in Fine Art [1981-84]. I decided to specialise in painting and printing during my time in college and the interest in this particular craft has continued to this day. I began my career as an art teacher in Tregaron Secondary School [now known as Henry Richard School] following the recent retirement of Ogwyn Davies in 1985. I have had the honour of teaching generations of youngsters from the Tregaron area and have made my home in the Betws Bledrws area. The gentle beauty of this agricultural heartland provides me with visual inspiration and I adore the impact of the moons romantic light rising above 'Long Wood, the sunrise behind the hills of Llanddewi Brefi and the company of wild birds as I cycle to Tregaron every morning.


Eurfryn Lewis

”Originally from Tregaron, I studied at Carmarthen College of Art, before going on to earn a degree in Fine Art at Cardiff University, specialising in printing. I’m now an Art and Design teacher , and have been head of department at Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw in Pontypool since 2002. I use various printing techniques in my work, as well as working with oil, charcoal and multimedia. The themes vary but my inspiration comes mainly from my strong Welsh heritage. The work includes characters from the Welsh countryside, male choirs and rugby. I’m in my element when working on a piece of art and hope that people can see a clear link between the work I produce and Wales. The images are a celebration of Wales today and the images are an expression of my own personal experiences in the countryside, choir practice, and of course the Rugby pitch! The work presented in this exhibition is very diverse. It includes a large number of Fine Art techniques . All the work in this exhibition is connected with my square mile, the town of where I was brought up, Tregaron - including views from the church, the square in Tregaron and portraits of my father and his friends. Despite having now lived in Cardiff for years, the influence of Tregaron as I remember it in my childhood still inspires me. It is a great pleasure to have the honour of exhibiting alongside my art teacher Mr Huw Williams— a remarkable artist and teacher who continues to strongly influence my own teaching career as well as my art.”


Eurfyn Lewis – Dau Ddyn yn Cerdded

Eiry Dafydd – Welsh Ladies


Eiry Dafydd

Eiry is a local artist who hails from the Aberystwyth area originally but who now lives in the Tregaron area. Her influences include many renowned Welsh artists, Ogwyn Davies, Aneurin, Kyffin Williams, Peter Prendergast, Ruth Jên, Nicholas Evans all contributing to her development.


Suzanne Lanchbury

It wasn’t until her foundation course in 1995 that Suzanne Lanchbury was introduced to and fell in love with clay. This wonderfully tactile and immediately expressive material suited her way of working. After graduating from Camberwell College of Arts with a degree in Ceramics, Suzanne set up a studio in a railway arch in London. She now works in the beautiful and inspiring landscape of rural Wales, making stoneware sculptures describing animal and bird forms. Each piece is hand built. Surface texture and decoration are very important. Suzanne’s previous work with textiles is a major influence on her technique. Textures are created using impressed fabrics, wallpapers and found objects. Anything from a piece of lace used to create the reptilian skin of a chameleon, to an old dishcloth for an armadillo’s scales will be scavenged, saved and used.[website]


Bee Mask – Suzanne Lanchbury

Ship of Fools  – Suzanne Lanchbury