The current exhibition at Oriel Q see’s Steve Wilson in the main gallery showing drawings that have been created in response to the birds, animals & natural objects found in rural Pembrokeshire. The drawings are worked & re-worked, dark & brooding, that simplify & intensify the essential qualities of the subject Wilson observes.
On show in Oriel Fach, is Diana Brook’s “Function, Aesthetic & Tactility”, a collection of paintings exploring the iconic, the symbolic & the aesthetics of fork’s, knives & spoons in a series of acrylic studies.
In the craft section of Oriel Q, are gorgeous ceramics by Sue & Ashraf Hanna whose work is firmly rooted in the forms & techniques of the ancient world yet utterly contemporary in their personality.
Also, photographs by Simon Davies with an emphasis on the more abstract qualities of forms, both natural & man-made, found in the Pembrokeshire landscape.