Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Tina Francis and Moira Evans - 20th to 27th November 2011

Open everyday 11- 4 until sunday the 27th of November. Two very different exhibitions by two established artists.
Tina Francis's collection of works is based on Africa in oils and Moira Evans has a selection of watercolours of local scenes.
Open evening- Friday 25th November at 7pm.

Monday, 22 August 2011

Uncommon Threads - August 23rd to September 10th 2011

Uncommon Threads
Art Exhibition featuring work by
Susan Evans, Julie Hendy and Ryan James.
Private View August 26th at 7:30

Friday, 27 May 2011

Ian Banham -16th to 29th May 2011

An exhibition of inspiring oil paintings by local artist Ian Banham. Not just a colourful delight to the eyes, but also a  fresh and inovative collection of work that invokes a sense of logistical pleasure.

Sunday, 15 May 2011

I love Mumbles Musical Mile Exhibition - 11th to 15th May 2011

T-shirt designs created by Osterymouth School and Newton school, drift wood creations by Malcolm Pool and paintings by Jackie Davies, Irene Thomas and Nan Edwards.

Terrain - 3rd to 10th May 2011

Featuring Joanna Bunce, Cara Maree Cleak and Hannah Wood 

Thursday, 12 May 2011

I love Mumbles Musical Mile Exhibition - 11th to 15th May 2011

I love Mumbles Musical Mile Exhibition, showcasing all the T-shirt design entries for the Musical Mile Festival created by Osterymouth School and Newton school. Also, fantastic creation of drift wood by Malcolm Pool and painting by Jackie Davies, Irene Thomas and Nan Edwards.

Tuesday, 3 May 2011


When I asked the girls this morning what type of artists they would most likely call themselves, without hesitation they said 'landscape artists'. Now, asking a fine artist (especially a third year student who’s engulfed in dissertation and final deadlines), such a question has quite often left me waving to the tumbleweed as it rolls past or either left standing with aching feet after what seems like an eternity of listening to the babble of artistic terminology as the person answering battles with their own hardship of self description. These three girls however are straightforward and non rehearsed. Landscape artists who simply draw inspiration from the outdoor terrain and recreate, recapture and remould it within their final pieces. Canvases resembling slate, slate taking place of canvas and mosaic montages of muted blues and greens. The outside world brought indoors has often been favoured amongst the art world, from renowned Japanese artist Hasegawa Tohaku’s ‘Pine Tree’ screens to Stephen Kettle’s sculptures in slate and these girls who may be considered fledglings in this pernicious world of art, are already well on their way to securing their place.

Kat @ O.B. X

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Mumbles Musical Mile 29th April to 2nd May 2011

Music events & gigs all weekend throughout mumbles & the surrounding area. Please see website & individual venues for details & full programme.


Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Up and coming Exhibitions

Oriel Bach is going to be joining M.A.D in swansea for some fun activities in April (watch this space for more information!). We've also got Ian Banham's first ever solo exhibition showcasing his semi-abstract landscapes of South Wales in May.

Also, if anyone has any ideas for an 'open exhibition', inbox us at littlegallery@hotmail.co.uk. So far we're thinking of a collaberation with Oystermouth Historical Association to base an exhibition on the history of Mumbles (but lets not make it too stuffy now art lovers, and blow the cobwebs off the ol historical aspects)!


O.B.C. x

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Mumbles Old Masters

Dr Roger Dunstan, Terry Blaber and Bilbow, the three masters of mumbles. Showcasing their traditional oil, watercolour and acrylic paintings of scenic views in and around Mumbles

28 February at 11:00 - 12 March at 16:00