Visit to Cardiff Museum
Wednesday May 16
ART, GEOLOGY & NATURAL HISTORY
Come and join fellow members on a day out at Cardiff Museum. See one of the finest collections of Impressionist art in the UK.
After enjoying art galleries which include Impressionist and Modern Art, Historic Art and Applied Art relax over lunch in the Oriel Restaurant with freshly cooked local produce.
Situated in the heart of Cardiff’s elegant civic centre, the museum houses Wales’s national art, geology and natural history collections as well as major touring and temporary exhibitions.
A new exhibition ‘Women in Focus’ will be open that explores the role of women in photography.
£20 all inclusive
including car share and lunch.
A NEW YEAR AND ANOTHER GREAT PROGRAMME
2017 was a good year, full of great art.
SOMERSET ART WEEKS Sept 23 – October 8
Eleven members represented the Chandos Society with a stunning collection of over 100 works. The gallery was open 7 days a week 10-5. Over 400 visitors came to enjoy this eclectic exhibition of the local visual arts scene.
COME OUTSIDE June 24 – July 17 – August 13
Summer Exhibition June 11 – August 28
What an amazing summer it will be. Twelve, yes twelve weeks of exhibition at the Huntstile Organic Farm. Throughout the summer Huntstile welcome continuous parties to weddings and celebrations in their beautiful surroundings. That means an ever changing group of new viewers to your art.
Spring Art Exhibition 4-28 April
Visitors to the Society’s Jean Rees Memorial Lecture were treated to Paul’s insights of art teaching and practice during and after the 1940s, the famous Goldsmith alumni he knew and befriended including John Hutton, famous for his glass engravings on the Great West Screen of Coventry Cathedral, the sculptor Robert Jones who’s memorial to Winston Churchill stands in Parliament Square and the great British artist Graham Sutherland.
Paul also gave some personnel antidotes about his life, work and some regretful memories like being dumped by Mary Quant!