|New show starts 13th May: Magical Moments with Louise Collis, Steven Wilyeo & Lorraine Newman Howells
|Our next show presents three thrilling artists of differing approaches to some of their more magical moments. We hope you enjoy them.
Originally from the South Wales Valleys, she graduated from Bath Spa University in 1998. Louise now lives back in South Wales with the beautiful mountains and fantastic coastline on her door step, she is inspired by the changing colours, light an.... [more]
|Paresh Nrshinga Exciting New Show World of My Dreams Starts 8th April
|Paresh Nrshinga exhibits regularly at Off the Wall, as one of our most popular artists. We can promise you work that draws you in dreamlike, but is exciting and breath-taking at the same time. Unbelievable quality.
Nrshinga was born in Kenya, and at a young age moved to the UK. After numerous years of extensive travel, he is now based in, Hertfordshire.
From early childhood, he was already abs.... [more]
|New show "Be Bold for Change" 25th February 2017
|"Be Bold for Change"
Celebrating International Women's Day
Show Starts 25th February
10.00 - 4.00
"Be Bold for Change" is the theme for International Womens' Day, March 8th. Our new show is in celebration of this and women artists. We will be showing an exciting range of art of all media from some talented and exciting names.
Sera has been drawing and paintin.... [more]
|January Sale Now on! Up to 30% off certain items
|January Sale Mixed Artists Show 30% off Selected works..... [more]
|"Festive Mix" Our Christmas show opens Saturday 3rd December 10-4pm
|Exhibiting some existing and some new artwork
Sarah Jane Brown's show also extended by popular demand.
Winner of the painting category of Welsh Artist of the Year 2009
Corrie's work is a reflection of personal experience, a fascination with painting the figure and a strong leaning towards surrealism and symbolism which allow her to build a cryptic narrative around her subject.... [more]
|Sarah Jane Brown New Show 'My Peninsularity' 5th November 2016
|You are invited to our new show by Pembrokeshire artist Sarah Jane Brown.
Contemporary Welsh landscape painter Sarah Jane Brown is pleased to launch a new exhibition of paintings here at Off The Wall Gallery. This solo exhibition explores the experience of living in a remote and ancient landscape, drawing upon the themes of isolation and sense of place. Sarah Jane is one of Wales' most talente.... [more]
|New show - Dreams on the Edge Paresh Nrshinga & Andrew McCutcheon- Opens Saturday 10 September
|Our next show will dazzle you with colour. Two artists show different ways with their use of colour & mixed media that have proved hugely popular.
Paresh Nrshinga was born in Kenya, and at a young age moved to the UK. After numerous years of extensive travel, he is now based in, Hertfordshire.
From early childhood, he was already absorbing colours, movements and sounds, transforming them in.... [more]
|"Serendipity" Off theWall's Summer show A mixed show of new & existing artists 16th July
|You are invited to our summer show which displays mixed works of our existing artists and some new ones to the stable.
Dr Kevin Blockley - sculptures
Sarah Jane Brown
Lorraine Newman Howells
|“Accidental Horizon” Val Kosh Saturday 21st May, 6-8pm. Show lasts until July 12th
|Off the Wall, is Wales’ premier, modern, contemporary art gallery which features art of the highest quality from some of the most talented artists both in the UK and internationally.
We are pleased to announce our next show, featuring Val Kosh who is exhibiting for the first time in Wales.
Val lived in Italy for a number of years, where the hundreds of medieval hill towns, silhouetted agains.... [more]
|“Colour Me Cardiff/ Lliwia Fi’n Llandaf” Vibrant Creations by Eloise Govier & Swci Delic 16th April - 18th May
|You are invited to our latest show by two young artists from West Wales. This is a joint exhibition of intensely bright neon paintings and sculptures.
Eloise will be exhibiting huge neon "blood" paintings that capture in oil the artist on a molecular-level (Govier describes these as "self-portraits"), paintings of Port Talbot and a range of experimental drawings either drawn on aluminium oxid.... [more]
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