Martyn Ware, Tracey Moberly and Sarah Hopkins have begun a multi-disciplinary and cross platform
collaboration based on Power and Industry. The project aims to examine these themes using synaesthetic imagery, creating an immersive and multisensory experience for the viewer.
Urban landscape and heavy industry are commonly perceived as unsightly and ugly. My objective for
thirty years as a practicing artist has been to challenge the ways in which these landscapes are
perceived by people.
Sarah Hopkins, curriculum head of creative industries at Coleg Sir Gâr is exhibiting work at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
The practicing artist, who has been a printmaker for 30 years, was asked to produce a portrait in response to the gallery’s Picasso Portraits exhibition.
This year’s vibrant and diverse Winter Group Show at the Attic Gallery showcases new work from over fifty artists, most of them Wales-based or inspired by Wales.
November exhibition: Paintings by ERNEST ZOBOLE together with new paintings by CARL MELEGARI, SARAH HOPKINS AND MOYA DAVERN and prints by JULIAN PENBERTHY. Paintings by the late ROGER CECIL will also be on display.
Last summer I was accepted as a Creative Agent on the Lead Creative School Scheme for the Arts Council of Wales. The scheme has been forged through the Arts in Education Review in Wales and the Donaldson Report with recommendations for the Welsh Curriculum, which are being implemented fully by the Welsh Government.
A Collab International Print Exhibition
Nomad Art Gallery & Cultural Centre, Pakistan: International group show,
14 September- 26 September 2015