Andrew Lamont Gallery

We are very proud of our Andrew Lamont Gallery which is situated on the second floor of our venue and offers a large, contemporary space for a varied and eclectic range of exhibitions.


In the gallery we aim to showcase a diverse range of work from local, national and international artists. A selection panel works with the Visual Arts Coordinator to choose the exhibition programme focusing on what the artists, photographers or makers offer in terms of excellence, contemporary qualities and past credentials.


The aim is to exhibit a broad range of work, ranging from established artists to those at the start of their career. Some exhibitions feature work for sale, others are part of community projects with which Theatr Brycheiniog is involved. The size of the gallery and hanging space allows for the display of large and contemporary works as well as for more traditional exhibitions. The gallery hosts an average of eight exhibitions a year – keep an eye on our What’s On page and social media to see what is coming up.


We are delighted that we can offer you the opportunity to buy original works of art and craft through Collectorplan. This is an interest free credit loan scheme managed by Arts Council Wales for loans as small as £50 running to a maximum of £5,000. You need only pay a 10% deposit up front. There is always someone on hand to help if you wish to purchase anything using Collectorplan


The gallery is fully accessible by lift and is generally open 10am – 4.30pm, 7 days a week.


For further information about the gallery, or enquiries about exhibiting work, please contact our Visual Arts Coordinator, Punch Maughan: friends@brycheiniog.co.uk



The size of the gallery and hanging space allows for the display of large and contemporary works as well as for more traditional exhibitions. The gallery hosts an average of eight exhibitions a year, and it is situated on the second floor of the theatre, which is fully accessible by lift.


For further information about the gallery, or enquiries about exhibiting work, please contact Visual Arts Coordinator, Punch Maughan: friends@brycheiniog.co.uk



Autumn 2018 Exhibitions


22nd November – 22nd December 2018

From the Beacons to the Sea

This is a selling exhibition of ceramics from the South Wales Potters Group who have responded to the theme From The Beacons to The Sea, and artwork from Swansea Print Workshop Collective.


The potters are:

Liz Andrews ~ Jane Blair ~ Dan Boyle ~ Jason Braham ~ Kim Colebrook ~ Matt Jones ~ Angela Hathway ~ Chris Heneghan ~ Lindy Martin ~ Rachel Padley ~ Pauline Paterson ~ Jane Rees Parfitt ~ William Rolls ~ Carole Spackman ~ Claire Spencer Jones

The printmakers are:

Lynne Bebb ~ Alan Figg ~ Dhyana Fritsche ~ Anne Gullick ~ Yvonne Hills ~ Vicki James ~ Robert MacDonald ~ David LaGrange ~ Carol Lawrence ~ Lesley Lillywhite ~ Pat Lowe ~ Ruth Parmiter ~ Sally Price ~ Kelly Rees ~ Viv Rhule ~ Al Roberts ~ Kara Seaman ~ Judith Stroud


Spring 2019 Exhibitions


17th January - 24th February

Portrait of a Farming Community

Photography by Rob Baldwin from his time in practise as a Large Animal Veterinarian working in the Brecon area from 2004 to 2010. His interactions with the farming community gave him the opportunity to photograph local farmers and their families.


28th February – 17th March

Celebrating Women in the Outdoors

Exhibition of art and photography celebrating women in the outdoors doing extraordinary and ordinary things as part of Brecon Women's Festival.


21st March - 23rd April

Tessa Waite – Wild Things

An enquiry into our relationship to wildness, in nature and within ourselves, is at the heart of this new body of work. Tessa explores this theme using simple materials and dynamic mark making to create large scale constructions, intimate handmade books and installations of objects both made and found.


Previous Exhibitions



5th October – 11th November 2018

Canalworks by Penny Hallas

Centred mainly on a section of the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal in and around Llangattock, this exhibition explores both natural processes and human activity over time with drawings, paintings, video and sculptural elements. For more information please click here

 

7th – 30th September 2018

PromArt 2018

An exhibition of shortlisted artwork by local children who have entered the PromArt competition. Their work responds to Prokofiev's Peter & the Wolf. The exhibition will also include pictures by print maker Victoria Keeble, and mixed media artist Roger Luxton.


28th June – 2nd September 2018

Maurice Selden - Rally Photography 1972 – 2017

An exhibition celebrating the photographic career of this renowned Motorsport photographer – a career which spans 45 years. Maurice concentrated on Rallying, covering a record-breaking 449 WRC (World Rally Championship) rallies worldwide. This exhibition aims to capture the thrills, colour and atmosphere of this exciting sport.


28th May – 24th June 2018

The Lumen Prize presents MICROWORLD: BRECON

Developed by digital artists Tim Pickup and Nicola Schauerman, known as Genetic Moo, Microworld Brecon is an immersive room full of generative and some interactive art. As 'Microworld Brecon' The Andrew Lamont Gallery is a dynamic space filled with digital projections programmed by local children and adults at workshops with the artists held during the first week of the exhibition as well as the generative and interactive work designed by the artists.

Genetic Moo won the Founder’s Award of the Lumen Prize for Digital Art in 2013 and have been working with Lumen on shows around the world ever since. Lumen, founded in Llangasty, Brecon, has helped sponsor this show, along with The Usk Valley Trust.


14th April – 20th May 2018

Vulgar Earth

An Artists Collective who use painting, sculpture and installation with a passion and intensity, to re awaken realisations of the direction humanity has taken. See this Virtual Tour of the exhibition:




3rd March – 8th April 2018

Abstract Edge

To coincide with Brecon Women’s Festival 2018 we welcomed Abstract Edge in March and April for an exhibition of mainly women artists, showing a mix of semi-abstract and purely abstract paintings; painting at the edge of abstraction. See this Virtual Tour of the exhibition:






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