CURRENT EXHIBITION

Wilderland – the incredible wildlife and landscapes of the Shropshire Borders

Andrew Fusek Peters’ luminous Shropshire landscapes and stunning depictions of wildlife regularly grace the national papers and photo magazines. As a conservation photographer, he works under commission for the National Trust and Natural England. His books include Wilderland, the first National Trust Guidebook to the Long Mynd, and Upland. His images and books have been described as ‘stunning’ by Robert McFarlane, ‘inspiring’ by Amateur Photographer and ‘A delight’ by Outdoor Photographer. Jeremy Schrecker's sculpture reflects his engagement with the natural world.

Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 14th October

Café, Gift Shop and Gardens open.

Free Entry.

FUTURE EXHIBITIONS

Mud and Water Man

Alongside drawings and prints, potter Tony Hall will be exhibiting beautiful stoneware ceramic sculptures in his exhibition Mud and Water Man, open 11am - 5pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 19th October to 11th November.

Meet the artist: Tony will be at Bleddfa on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st Oct between 1pm and 4pm, demonstrating the art of throwing pots. Have a chat with him and watch him in action! Tony is part of Castlehillarts with Professor Anthony Collier and Lois Hopwood. Free entry. Cafe, Reading Room and Gift Shop open.

HOW TO EXHIBIT AT THE BLEDDFA CENTRE

If you are an artist and would like to exhibit at the Bleddfa Centre, please see the Exhibiting Guidelines here. If you require any further information, please contact the Gallery by emailing gallery@bleddfacentre.org or calling 01547 550377.

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PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

Altered States and God’s House

Sculptor Antonia Spowers explores the physical and mental states and the changes we go through in life. Photographer Alex Ramsay exhibition takes an objective look at the material trappings and structures of the contemporary Church to see what we can deduce about its present nature.

Summer Exhibition

A group exhibition by The Picturemakers, a self-funding collective of visual artists based in Mid-Wales. This group of artists come from diverse backgrounds and environments, with styles ranging from representational to abstract with much of their work rooted in the natural world.

Five on Fire

An eclectic group of five artists came together to exhibit drawings, paintings, print-making, ceramics and sculpture. Participating artists were painters and printmakers Brian Lammas, Mark Webster and Jeff Ogree, and sculptors and ceramicists Bob Teal and Rob Fountain.

Abstract Edge

A stimulating variety of work from the artists who formed the group in order to share their interest in abstraction. Some work is semi-abstract, taking a landscape, organic form or still life as the starting point, some is purely abstract.

Landscapes Revealed

This exhibition by painter and multi-media artist Kevin Street ranged across both urban and rural landscapes. Kevin seeks to demonstrate the way in which human life and history is embedded in the environment whether natural or man-made.

Thinking Outside The Box

This group of 25 sculptors working in Wales originated an exhibition of members’ responses to a set box format. Sculptors were presented with an anonymous box, empty and uniform. Members respond to this ‘box’ in a very varied way. Do we think within the box or without it? Each works in their own way; a joy to see.