Colour and Light Exhibition
Current Exhibition


Colour and Light

We are delighted to announce that the 'Colour and Light' exhibition, by Stuart Roper and Jo Marshall, which we had to postpone in April, is now hung, ready to view as an online exhibition, with all artwork for sale (click each title for details).

“Stuart sees the play of light as if refracted through a prism. He builds his compositions through gestural marks working in much the same way as the Impressionists, creating compositions that dance on the canvas. - Jenny Blyth Fine Art

Colour is a key feature in Jo's pieces. - “I’m one of those lucky people whose response to the world around me comes to me in colour and I try to translate that onto my pieces.”


Late summer pathway
by Stuart Roper
Viaduct
by Stuart Roper
Snowy hills
by Stuart Roper
Path by the Wye
by Stuart Roper
Cwm - Sanaham
by Stuart Roper
Pines
by Stuart Roper
Snowy morning
by Stuart Roper
Autumn pond
by Stuart Roper
Summer tunnel
by Stuart Roper
Path by the Wye
by Stuart Roper
Cwm - Sanaham study
by Stuart Roper
Pots
by Stuart Roper
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Pitfired vessel
by Jo Marshall
Mini tagine
by Jo Marshall
Mini tagine
by Jo Marshall
Forest jug
by Jo Marshall
Forest jug
by Jo Marshall
Forest vase
by Jo Marshall
Forest vase
by Jo Marshall
Forest vase
by Jo Marshall
Forest storage jar
by Jo Marshall
Tree storage jar
by Jo Marshall
Upright bowl
by Jo Marshall
Upright bowl
by Jo Marshall
Landscape bowl
by Jo Marshall
Abstract platter
by Jo Marshall
Abstract bottle
by Jo Marshall
Abstract bottle
by Jo Marshall
Abstract bottle
by Jo Marshall

Please contact us if you are interested in exhibiting your work at the Bleddfa Centre.