Five-Ways Art Summer Exhibition |n Abergavenny

Twenty unique world-class Welsh artists will be under one ancient barn roof, late May in Abergavenny!  

Enjoy a unique setting at the ancient barn

Enjoy a unique setting at the ancient barn

The Brecon Beacons is very proud to be hosting some of Wales’ most famous artists in Abergavenny.  Five-Ways Art is presenting their annual summer collection of Welsh painting, print and sculpture from 24th – 28th May, open 11am-5pm daily. For more information click here.

Two local women, Victoria Penn and Lexy Yorke, have found an unlikely use for an ancient Gelliwelltog Barn for their third annual exhibition of Welsh painting, print and sculpture.

The exhibition is in a magical unconverted 18th century barn, with spectacular views out over the Sugar Loaf Mountain. The quantity and quality of work on display makes the journey rewarding and you can expect a slice of home made cake, a hot cup of tea and a warm welcome from Lexy Yorke and Vicky Penn. Visitors can also buy online from the show.

Contributing artists include: Emrys Williams, Howard Coles, Lisa Carter, Carloe Randle, Rex Birchmore, Lois Hopwood, Robert Macdonald, Judith Stroud, Daniel Williams, Veronica Gibson, Annie Spearman, Marijke Braaksma and more.

Directions to the barn are below.

Keeble Hare In-A-Nest

Poole Peacocks, Small-tortoiseshells-& Small-coppers-on-mint- Fleabane

Randall Winter

See Paynton Arctic-Terns

Infront of the Barn

Inside the Exhibition

Inside the Exhibition

Address: Gelliwelltog Barn, Partrishow, near Abergavenny, NP7 7LR
T: 01873 890 260

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