The Hearth Gallery among delegates for British Council cultural exchange to Rome

We are thrilled to announce that the Hearth Gallery will be part of the British Council’s UK/Italy 2020 Season and will be travelling to Rome this weekend in order to begin making meaningful connects with potential future partners. The UK/Italy 2020 season is an exciting opportunity to strengthen and build new cultural connections between Italy … Continue reading The Hearth Gallery among delegates for British Council cultural exchange to Rome

Wellbeing : Nature, Spaces and the Feminine

We are delighted to present an exhibition by three women artists who explore through their work ancient healing sites, alternative urban utopias,, and the creation of wellbeing spaces. This joint exhibition brings together artists Catherine Lewis, Nick Davies and Vaida Barzdaite at the Hearth Gallery from today until the 3rd May. Vaida Barzdaite presents Urban … Continue reading Wellbeing : Nature, Spaces and the Feminine

VOGA: Vale of Glamorgan Artists

We’re incredibly privileged and excited to welcome VOGA (Vale of Glamorgan Artists) to the Hearth Gallery. Established in 1997, recently celebrated their 20th anniversary. They are a group of over 20 painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers and ceramicists who all live and/or work in the Vale of Glamorgan. The group exhibition showing this month at the … Continue reading VOGA: Vale of Glamorgan Artists

Winter Open Exhibition 2018

As the days get shorter and the nights get darker, brighten up your days at University Hospital Llandough with our wonderful Winter Open Exhibition. We are incredibly proud to present a stunning collection of paintings, drawing, photography, jewellery, sculpture and a variety of print works submitted by our staff patients and visitors that demonstrates the … Continue reading Winter Open Exhibition 2018

56 Group Wales – Exhibition at the Hearth Gallery, University Hospital Llandough

Established in 1956, the year for which it was named, the 56 Group is one of the longest-running and most influential art collectives in Wales. Formed to rebel against convention, which at the time was considered dull and conservative, the 56 Group pioneered the post-war modern and Avant Garde movements in Wales. According to Barrie … Continue reading 56 Group Wales – Exhibition at the Hearth Gallery, University Hospital Llandough