Artists in alphabetical order
Will WoonI was walking past this trendy part of town, I had been to see an art show where these two artists had a bet on who could do a better painting. One did this painting of a drawn curtain, it looked very realistic. And the other one did a still life. Everyone there said that the still life was a better...
Pauline WilliamsI have allways been interested in painting landscape. This has evolved into the interaction between figures and their environment .In particular I prefer to depict figures in action and their parafenalia....
Jenny WatkinsI studied my Masters in Ceramics at UWIC after completing my BA in Ceramics at WWSOTA,Carmarthen. Since college I have returned to Ireland where I am painting at the moment. I like to paint on a very large scale and find this extremely exciting as it is very new and a challenge to me. I hope to retu...
Ian WatsonIan Watson is based in Cardiff, having studied fine art at Howard Gardens and prior to that at Hastings College, close to his childhood home.
The products of a dream diary, modern folklore and a love of 80's horror films inform the scenarios and characters present in his drawing and print works ...
dawn woolleyBOOK LAUNCH
Thursday 9th December, 6 - 7pm
Ffotogallery at Turner House
Ffotogallery invites you to join us for a drink to celebrate the launch of Cardiff based artist Dawn Woolley’s debut publication, Visual Pleasure.
Visual Pleasure brings together artwork and research completed by ...
Joy R. WardellAs a ceramicist with a love of textiles I wished to find ways to incorporate both into my work.
By hand knitting yarn forms before coating them in clay slips, kiln firing and matte glazing, I have been able to produce organic skeletal vessels with the lacy delicacy I sought.
Amy WiseI'm a sculptor interested in the body and its interaction with space. I have a Ba from Westminster University and am planning on becoming a full-time artist...
Rhian Wyn StoneThe influence behind this my work is the notion of becoming distinct within a world of uniformity: an individual’s quest to maintain a sense of the self within a world of mass culture. It is an exploration of the contrast between a social and individual ideal, where imperfections are not seen as f...
dom wI combine the traditional british fantasy art (Alan Lee for example) with the Japanese movement 'Superflat'. The result being sculptures, doodles, watercolours and graffiti of bizarre creatures. I also do a lot of live art and collaborate with other artists and communities....
Melanie WottonPhysical experience and movement, incidents of light and the transformation of objects and space within a landscape provide inspiration for my work. I explore the subsequent combination of memories and images from these landscapes with our new mediated visualities. ...
Christina WestI am currently studying an MFA in Fine Art at Cardiff School of Art & Design where I specialize in Printmaking as a technique. I have always enjoyed working in quite a traditional and intricate way.Creating detailed prints often takes a great deal of time, therefore I have found it useful to researc...
Emrys WilliamsMy work develops a vocabulary of imagery that explores ideas to do with memory, the subjective nature of our experience and “mental space”; the paintings have qualities of spatial displacement, and ambiguity, with images derived from various sources. As well as creating images I am interested in...
Henry WilliamsPost contemporary Subliminalism
My new work allows my unconscious to render in symbolic expression.
I gather the ideas for these expressive and sometimes dynamic pieces of work mostly from my dreams, those little sparks of unconscious thought.
Some symbols that may appear may have universal ...