The Gallery is home to an inspiring display of regularly changing contemporary art and craft, a fine Permanent Collection of national and regional importance and a variety of supporting events.
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We are housed in two listed heritage buildings joined together by an award-winning glass link and are an independent Trust dating from 1957. The Gallery is a registered Charity, answerable to the Charities Commission.
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In the section below, we feature some of the artists whose work is currently on show.
Danny Pockets’ work is an an aggregation of forms and ideas that transcend the material from which they are constructed. Employing a variety of media from paint on canvas to sound and light Pockets art emerges from his highly developed studio practice.
His artworks chart a culture in movement, observe the cancellations left as the landscape remodels itself, objects that slowly rise to the surface, the post-modern sublime. A blue bag flutters in a tree, a quiet voice hums a tune as it passes us in the street and overhead a bulb flickers to intermittently illuminate the disappearing typology of our streets. Pockets documents and asks us to regard and observe its beauty before such things are lost forever.
I was born in London and have lived all over the place finally settling in Pembrokeshire. I studied Illustration at Kingston College of Art acquiring a BA (Hons) degree. I then went on to do an MA in Fine Art at Bath Spa University. I have a studio in Pembrokeshire where I work on mixed media paintings and mono, litho and lino prints.
Linda Bloomfield designs and makes tableware based on her thrown porcelain, with dimples and visible throwing lines showing the hand of the maker. She uses a tactile satin matt glaze on the outside and colour on the inside. She makes her own range of glazes and is particularly interested in the translucent colours obtained using oxides rather than commercial stains. She has written several books on glazes and teaches a course on colour in glazes at West Dean College.