The joint exhibition of work by husband and wife team Linda and Bill Thompson opens at the museum on Saturday 25 March. They work in entirely different styles but both share a passion for art. Linda graduated with a degree in Fine Art in 2007 and has been painting full time since then. Her work […]
The list of Exhibitions for 2017:
7 January - 28 January
Worth A Thousand Words (A Junior Schools and Community Group Exhibition)
7 February - 18 March
The Welsh Group 'Diverse Perspectives'
25 March - 7 May
Linda Thompson 'Tenby - Enchanted'
Bill Thompson 'It's All Subjective'
13 May - 25 June
1 July - 13 August
Aneurin Jones and Meirion Jones
19 August - 1 October
Darren Yeadon (sculpture)
7 October - 11 November
18 November - 21 December
Alun Crockford The Season - photographs of Tenby Harbour from the 1970s
The museum has frequent changing art shows in the New Art Gallery. Many of these are sales exhibitions where original works of art by contemporary artists can be purchased. The gallery shows works in various mediums including paintings, photographs, ceramics, glassware and sculpture. Among the many artists who have exhibited are: Philip Sutton RA; John Knapp Fisher; David Bellamy; Paul Roche; Mick Morgan; Rebecca Naden, Royal Photographer of the Year 1993; Claudia Williams; Gwilym Prichard; Geoff Yeomans; Grahame Hurd-Wood; Susan Sands; Steve Robinson; Jackie Morris; Darren Yeadon; Denis Curry, Mark Raggett and Elizabeth Haines.In 2014 the museum exhibited the work of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours.
The new art exhibition at the museum is Paintings and Drawings by Mark Raggett. Mark is originally from Solva. He studied Fine Art at Reading University and was recently elected a member of the Royal Watercolour Society and is now their Vice President. As wel as being an extremely talented artist Mark has worked as art director […]
The new exhibition is Celebrating The Sea: An Exhibition of work by members of the Royal Society of Marine Artists. The exhibition features 57 works by 23 members of the society. It features work of Tenby and Pembrokeshire as well as further afield including Lymington, the Isle of White, Cornwall, Brittany, Venice and Sorrento and several works […]
The new exhibition at Tenby Museum is the RNLI’s Hope in the Great War exhibition, which commemorates the centenary of the First World War and honours the courage of those who endeavoured to save lives whilst the world was in the midst of unparalleled conflict. The exhibition is touring RNLI museums, lifeboat stations and partner museums […]
The first art exhibition of 2016 at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery is a celebration of young talent in Pembrokeshire Secondary Schools. The Hand, The Head, The Heart showcases work from six secondary schools in the county – Greenhill Secondary School, Tenby; Milford Haven School; Pembroke School; Sir Thomas Piction School, Haverfordwest; Tasker Milward School, Haverfordwest […]
The new exhibition at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, officially opened by BBC Wales journalist Abigail Neal on 28 November, is Timestones: Tenby History Through Art Works from the Museum’s Collection. The exhibition features work which has been selected and curated by Tia Lynwood and Lauren Roberts, Year 10 students at Greenhill School as part of […]
The new exhibition is Recordings & Observations: Drawings and Paintings by Lee John Phillips and Diana R. Brook. The exhibition opens on Sunday 11 October and runs until Saturday 21 November. Lee John Phillips Artist Statement I have several bodies of work that are my recent focus and images included here were selected as an […]
Saturday 22 August – Sunday 4 October The new exhibition at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery is Cloth, Card and Canvas: A Retrospective Exhibition with New Work by Andrea Kelland. The exhibition represents a small part of the many prints and paintings of Andrea’s creative life, covering a period of 55 years from attending Art […]
Following on from last years successful event, the Friends of Tenby Museum held another Postcards from Tenby fund raiser. Last year’s funds enabled the museum to conserve several works of important art from its collection, including four pencil drawings by John Uzzell Edwards, an oil by Anthony Devas, watercolours by Isabella Lucy Wilcox and an […]