Oriel Q

A great gallery in rural West Wales with three exhibition spaces, changing monthly. Dedicated to showcasing national and international, established and emerging artists. Lynne Crompton, the curator, is a great supporter of contemporary art and Oriel Q is part of the vibrant Welsh arts scene.

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Opening hours

Wed-Sat 10-5pm

Admission charges


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Cithaeron: Mark Haddon

  • 24 January — 3 March 2018 *on now

Mark Haddon presents 'Cithaeron'. The work explores the potency of imagined spaces when relocated in the 'real world'. For this show Haddon is using installation, sculpture, painted friezes and drawing. At its core, the work challenges notions of representation, mythology and myth-making and ideas of place. Mark Haddon is an artist and designer who lives and works in Edinburgh.

Alongside Haddon, Polly Verity displays 'Folded Light'. It's a process, aided by technology, that produces three-dimensional geometric patterns in paper folded by hand. It draws on the tradition of origami and in some cases illuminated by light, emphasising the paper sculptures unique forms. And finally, photographer David Street shows his photographs of urban images.

Suitable for

  • Any age


Admission free!

Oriel Q
Queens Hall High St
SA67 7AS






01834 869 454

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