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Rhian is a pure watercolourist who captures the reflections of the wildlife of the lakes, rivers and canals in the Brecon Beacons with vibrant intensity in her paintings.She is an elected member of the Royal Watercolour Society of Wales.
Crickhowell based artist Tim Rossiter is an established contemporary visual artist. He works mainly in oil on panel, using successive layers of glazes to build up and adjust the colours and tones achieving remarkable luminosity in his collectable paintings.
An extraordinarily skilful watercolourist, Monmouthshire artist,Tracey-Anne's love and knowledge of wildlife shines from her paintings.
Kay Leverton whose intricately detailed scraperboard etchings have become much sought after, lives and works in Wales.
Martin originally trained as a graphic artist and illustrator at Aberystwyth University but now creates both paintings and linoprints from his studio in the Brecon Beacons.
Paul won the Printmakers' Prize during the Crickhowell Open Art Exhibition in 2022 resulting in him being represented by the gallery from autumn 2022.
Valerie James' stoneware and porcelain pieces are regularly to be found in the oriel CRiC gallery. The themes for her work mainly come from Archetypes, Dreams, Mythology, Symbolism and Nature.
Karlin has been a glass blower for the last forty odd years. Strong simple shapes with presence is his goal.
A self taught artist living in South Wales, who turned professional in 2003 after a twenty year career in structural engineering, Peter has gained much admiration for his skill in capturing the landscape in both watercolour and oil.
Based in the Brecon Beacons, Lee Wright is a regular exhibitor in the gallery. He is well known as both a painter and print-maker of great skill celebrating the Welsh landscape in much of his work, but is also an accomplished portrait and still life artist.