GALLERY IS FINALLY OPEN AGAIN AFTER MAJOR BUILDING WORK - TO CELEBRATE,
I HAVE A MASSIVE SALE UPSTAIRS. COME AND GRAB A BARGAIN!
Oriel Glan y Mor Gallery
is on Facebook too! This could take a little bit of time to look professional......
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your Page too
Swanny is hosting a
concert/auction at Theatr Gwaun to raise funds for his charity cycle ride
Barker sadly passed away in February 2010 - she'll be greatly missed by
many, many friends and family
Edwards has completed her 80th Birthday walk - read her blog!!!
here for her blog
Milford Haven Waterway by Sybil Edwards
A major revision of
this book has just been published. It is available through Oriel Glan y
Mor Galery or direct from Sybil Edwards. For details please
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GLAN Y MOR GALLERY OR YELLOWHILL FRAMING GIFT VOUCHERS. PLEASE CONTACT
ME STATING YOUR REQUIREMENTS. (These can only be redeemed through Oriel
Glan y Mor)
for items on this website can now be made by Paypal as well as credit card
- if you have a Paypal account, I can invoice you directly.
awards for two of his photographs in the 2007 Landscape Photographer of
the Year exhibition in London. In all, as many as five of his photographs
were selected for the book and the exhibition.
sadly, Cynthia died a couple of years ago. She had exhibited with the gallery
since 1999, and had twice held solo exhibitions with us. She began painting
professionally after retirement from a very hectic career as a businesswoman.
Her work was full of exhuberant gusto and freedom, with an exciting use
of colour. Since her death, Cynthia's family have been kind enough to let
me have some of Cynthia's work to sell. These paintings are on display
at the gallery andI'm hoping to put some of them on this website .
Cystic Fibrosis Trust
exhibition and silent auction at Haverfordwest library a few years
ago in order to raise funds
the 40th anniversary fundraising appeal for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust was
a great success. Many Pembrokeshire artists and craftspeople very generously
gave their work for this very worthy cause. To learn more about the
CF Trust's work in Pembrokeshire