Painting sells at Penarth Pavillion
At the Penarth Pavillion Gallery in May 2016, Welsh artist Christopher Langley is one of the successful artists to sell work at the prestigious 129th Annual Exhibition of the South Wales Art Society.
His work 'Walking in Showers', a semi-abstract miniature in acrylic, won a place at the exhibition in April 2016. Christopher also designed the poster as part of his duties as the South Wales Art Society media officer.
South Wales Art Society 129th Annual Exhibition 18.05.16 to 09.06.16
The Society, founded in 1886 is the oldest and biggest society in Wales. It continues to uphold the ideals of its founder members set out in the Constitution of that year, and has held it’s Annual Exhibition every year since.
This showcase of members’ skills across a wide range of sizes, subjects and media, reflect the aspirations of a group of 150 like minded artists, some of whom have great experience and some, who have recently started painting.
Artists: Eli Absi, Asha Bassi, Shelia Beames, Wendy Cline, Lysbeth Davies, Mary Dewey, Ray Dibble MBE, Judith McDonnell, Sylvia Donovan, Tony Douglas-Jones, Rebecca O’Dwyer, Anne Edwards, John Evans, David W Evans, Pamela Gilbert, Mo Harper, Keith Harvey, Sylvia Hughes-Williams, Chris Langley, Arnold Lowrey, Charlie Mann, Sylvia Middleton, Jane Patten, Dave Phillips, Ian Philpot, Clive Rees, Joe Rhodes, Mark Robinson, Ruth Robinson, Claire Sadlier, Zoe Schubeis, Jude Smith, Kevin Strong, John Turner.