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Current Exhibition - Lyndon Thomas Solo Exhibition 2014

11/10/2014 to 01/11/2014

A solo exhibition of 23 new landscapes of Pembrokshire and North Wales.

Lyndon started painting in the early 1960s but turned his hand to domestic stoneware pottery with which he gained great success throughout Wales and the Marches. Lyndon’s pot making was eventually limited by Arthritis and he more recently turned back to painting. A collector himself, he was keen to avoid the influence of artists such as Will Roberts and Josef Herman who he admired greatly. Instead he developed a style of mark making that is truly his own.

Lyndon applies acrylic paint to paper using a palette knife to create uniquely textured surfaces with which to describe the landscape of North Pembrokeshire, Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula.

Current Exhibition - Landscape Exhibition

13/09/2014 to 08/11/2014

An exhibition of painting and prints of pure landscape. Exhibitors include:

Seren Bell
Robin Boyd
Anthony Evans
Sarah Hopkins
Duncan Johnson
Martin Llewellyn
Andrew McCutcheon
Peter Morgan
Emyr Hughes
Gareth Parry
Karen Pearce
Kumar Saraff
Christopher Hall
Jeffrey Spedding
Gareth Thomas
Lyndon Thomas
Penny Timmis
Mary Edwards
Shirley Ann Owen
Sheridan Ward

Fountain Fine Art Gallery in Cardiff and Llandeilo

Fountain Fine Art is a commercial fine art gallery owned by Richard Braine with premises in both Cardiff and Llandeilo. The gallery represents 45 leading painters, sculptors and printmakers and specialises in contemporary Welsh art.

Our art gallery in Llandeilo was established in 1989 and has 80sqm of exhibition space arranged over two floors. Our Cardiff gallery opened in 2012 and has 60sqm of exhibition space situated within Cardiff's chic Morgan Arcade. Both galleries hold a continuous programme of exhibitions from solo to mixed group shows. At any one time Fountain Fine Art holds over 200 works and this stock may be viewed at either art gallery on request.

Our website reflects both Cardiff and Llandeilo galleries, their respective exhibitions and available stock and work may be bought online through our e-Commerce facility. We also encourage visitors to sign up to our mailing list to get the latest information about our exhibitions and publications and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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