Fine Art

Our fine artists work in a wide variety of media and with a wide range of subject matter. In our store you will find local landscapes, whimsical creatures, and abstract creations.

Ag Cain

Ag lives and works near Devil’s Bridge in the beautiful Cambrian Mountains, and is a painter, lettering artist and illustrator. His unique ‘poster style’ paintings, which regularly feature local places, are his own original designs, hand lettered, and often with a wisp of humour! 

 

Graham Hadlow

A Yorkshireman by birth, Graham studied Creative Design at Loughborough College of Education. In 1970 he joined the staff at Greenhill School, Tenby where he taught ceramics, being appointed Head of Art and Design in 1986.

Jennifer Hawkyard

Inspired by the creatures and critters I see whilst exploring the countryside, my art is colourful and whimsical. Celtic spirals and other ancient art forms inform my artwork.

Bronwen Jones

After working in nature conservation for four years, I worked as a primary school teacher, spreading the word about wildlife, and trying to get the next generation to help me save the world!  I  retired almost two years ago, after 29 years in the profession, I've been enjoying working alongside established artists to rediscover my own creativity, and to develop my skills and techniques.

Chloe Rodenhurst

I started to paint again very recently and hadn’t picked up a paintbrush in nearly 30 years but now that I’ve reignited my love of painting there’s no stopping me!

 

Anita Woods

Anita Woods is a figurative artist inspired by the animals, landscape and sea of west wales where she lives. Anita runs day and residential art workshops which are tailor made to the individuals or groups requirements. The workshops are suitable for all abilities.