Cwilt Cymru member Bethan M. Hughes is currently showing work at the Insight 8 exhibition at Oriel Mostyn in Llandudno. The exhibition is organised by Helfa Gelf and curated by Philip Hughes of Ruthin Craft Centre. The work is displayed in the Caffi Celf and the conference room alongside the work of artists Tara Dean, Jane McCormack and Ruth Thomas. The gallery is open daily 10.30-5.00 (except Mondays) and the exhibition is on until April 2.
We had some lovely comments from visitors to the Cwilt Cymru Connection exhibition in the Pierhead gallery in Cardiff Bay in November. Thanks to everyone who visited.
The quilts will next be shown in the Spring Quilt Festivals – starting in Ardingly, Sussex on January 22.
Great talent. Fab exhibition. Alun Richard
A wonderful exhibition depicting some very powerful subjects. A lot of things to think about. KG and ER
An insight into what can be achieved with quilt stories. Liz M
Great overall impact and so much of beauty and interest to see in detail. Sarah
Very interesting and exciting pieces of work, and very moving. Stephanie
Creffwaith penigamp. Diolch. Rhyfeddu at amynedd a dyfalbarhad yr artistiaid. Llongyfarchiadau! Darnau ‘Gwenllian” yn drawiadol iawn. Gwych iawn. Alun
A refreshing change. Combining skill, beauty and meaning. A rare treat. D Brown
I enjoyed looking at the beautiful art display. Shahid
Interesting exhibition, a rare treat for the eyes and brain. G
Arddangosfa hyfryd a braf gweld delweddau o Ynys Mon, a gwaith crefftwyr o’r ynys, yma yn y Pierhead. Beautiful craftsmanship and Anglesey on show too. Rhun ap Iorwerth AC/AM