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MOMA MACHYNLLETH

Y Tabernacl, Heol Penrallt, Machynlleth SY20 8AJ
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TABERNACLE ART COMPETITION - THE OWL SERVICE
Jul 7 - Aug 30, 2018
To mark the 50th anniversary of Alan Garner’s novel, and the publication of the Welsh adaption of the novel in March, this year’s competition themes are based on ‘The Owl Service’.
The annual open competition attracts entries from around the world. The exhibition is selected by expert judges who also award prizes. Awards from the public are presented at the end of the show, so come in and vote!

THE TABERNACLE COLLECTION - THE SEA
Aug 11 - Sep 9, 2018
As 2018 is Visit Wales’ ‘Year of the Sea’, this exhibition showcases works from our collection that have a maritime theme. Also shown are vivid, detailed paintings by Gerald Dewsbury.

Click to enlargeTHE TABERNACLE COLLECTION
Aug 11 - Sep 22, 2018
A selection of works from our own collection.

MATTHEW WOOD : A SENSE OF PLACE
Aug 11 - Sep 22, 2018
A response to the publication: Wales’s Best One Hundred Churches by T.J.Hughes. A Sense of Place is a painterly depiction of this inspiring and evocative subject. Focusing on the Mid Wales section of the book, Matthew Wood has produced each painting on location and in one sitting.

WILLIAM CONDRY MEMORIAL EXHIBITION
Sep 15 - Nov 24, 2018

KEVIN BLOCKLEY
Sep 22 - Nov 24, 2018

TABERNACLE COLLECTION : EDWARD WOLF'S SONG OF SONGS
Sep 29 - Nov 10, 2018

JACOB BUCKLAND : LANDSCAPES
Sep 29 - Nov 17, 2018
Paintings of Welsh landscape and nature, based on direct observation and memory. Work which explores colour and mark making, focusing on variations in weather and season.
 
This series of paintings is the result of visits to some of the mountains, woodlands, wetlands, and rivers of Wales. Each piece represents a period of time spent looking and painting in the field. Elements of studio work serve to balance compositions or develop formal qualities.
 
Colour washes are left to chance and combined with more precise lines, as a way of layering and reflecting both the structural and ephemeral qualities found in nature.

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