Andrew Lamont Gallery
The Andrew Lamont Gallery aims to showcase a diverse range of work from local, national and international artists. From 2018, a selection panel will be choosing exhibitions for their excellence, contemporary qualities and past credentials, with the aim to exhibit a broad range of work, ranging from established artists to those at the start of their career. Some exhibitions will feature work for sale, others will be part of community projects with which Theatr Brycheiniog is involved.
For further information about the gallery, or enquiries about exhibiting work, please contact Visual Arts Coordinator, Punch Maughan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Autumn 2017 Exhibitions
Friday 3 November – Sunday 19 November
A photographic portrait exhibition featuring some of the people that make the Brecon Beacons Natoinal Park the special place it is today. Photography by Billie Charity as part of the 60th anniversary of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Wednesday 22 November – Monday 15 January
Haymakers' Christmas Collection
Local designer makers, the Haymakers, celebrate the 30th anniversary of their cooperative gallery in Hay-on-Wye with an exhibition of their varied work, which will be for sale.
19th January – 25th February
The Taff Trail Trajectory. Fiona Harper Solo Exhibition
A journey of paint - This exhibition is Fiona Harper’s personal journey as part of her enduring fascination with the beauty of the Taff Trail. Fiona Harper's work in progress is an insight into the darkest depths and broadest vistas that embrace the mountain trail. Her work encapsulates two Welsh valleys steeped in an industrial history both tragic and optimistic.
3rd March – 8th April
To coincide with Brecon Women’s Festival Abstract Edge is a group of mainly women artists, showing a mix of semi-abstract and purely abstract paintings; painting at the edge of abstraction.
14th April – 20th May
An Artists Collective who use painting, sculpture and installation with a passion and intensity, to re awaken realisations of the direction humanity has taken.