Artist: Shelagh Wilson

Mixed Summer Show 2021

Upstairs at The Art Shop. A collection of artists responding to the summer garden. It begins in June and lasts until the first frost. Aromatic flowerings, herbaceous perennials inspire woodblock prints, gouaches, watercolours, oils, collages and ceramics. Please enquire if you would like to see more work by an individual artist. Collectorplan Interest Free Credit Scheme… Read more »

CURATED ONLINE GALLERY

Welcome to our online gallery. Here you will find a selection of work chosen from our ongoing displays of fine and applied arts – paintings, drawings, printmaking, jewellery and ceramics. A permanent online place for browsing. We hope you find something to tempt you. Make sure to visit our ‘current exhibition’ pages as well. To… Read more »

Long winter show 2020/21

At The Art Shop PAINTINGS, WORKS ON PAPER, PRINTMAKING, JEWELLERY, CERAMICS We have been preparing The Art Shop for the festive season. In spite of the restrictions, lockdowns, social distancing and all that has been thrown at us, we remain positive for the future. We hope our Winter show will lift your spirits, make you smile… Read more »

A Gallery in a Restaurant – Walnut Tree Exhibition No. 1

The Art Shop, Abergavenny will now be curating regular exhibitions at the Michelin starred restaurant, the Walnut Tree Inn, showing works by some of our most dynamic and creative artists. Come and enjoy innovative and delicious dishes by one of Britain’s finest chefs, Shaun Hill, and sit amongst art by young, emerging artists and more established stars…. Read more »

Winter Show 2019/20

Upstairs at The Art Shop & downstairs at the Chapel… PAINTINGS, WORKS ON PAPER, PRINTMAKING, AUTOMATA, JEWELLERY, CERAMICS. A celebratory exhibition in both venues inspired by folklore, storytelling and the world around us.   Arts Council of Wales Collectorplan scheme for the purchase of original artwork available.

Summer Show 2019

Private View on Friday 15 June 6.30-9pm upstairs at The Art Shop 7 diverse artists share a common thread in their response to their natural world – scientific, decorative, mythical, poetic, magical, metaphysical or experimental. Annette Marie Townsend, Lily Irwin, Shelagh Wilson, Cornelia O’Donovan, Andrea McLean, Amy Shuckburgh and Maggie Johnson.