Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre is a unique award-winning ‘green’ building, the gateway to St Davids. Owned and run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, it is the home to a Class A Gallery, exhibiting art and artefacts from the collections of Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales, A Discovery Room, providing a fun environment for children to learn about the local landscape and culture, an Artist in Residence Tower, along with a gift shop, café and car park. Tel: 01437720392 Website
Featuring the artwork of Grahame Hurd-Wood and his ‘City of Portraits Project’, the gallery also features the work of local artists; paintings, sculptures, pottery and jewellery.
Throughout the year, New Street Gallery hosts regular exhibitions and events. Wesbite 14 New Street
Goat Street Gallery is owned and run by Daniel Wright, ceramicist, and Amanda Wright, textile maker. This contemporary art gallery, in a beautifully converted 1816 chapel, overlooks St. David’s stunning Cathedral.
Featuring the works of international, local and new fine artists and craftspeople, carefully selected for changing exhibitions.
In the gallery you can watch artists at work, and take the opportunity to participate in explorative artist-led workshops. Tel: 01437 721119 Website
Goat Street Gallery
The Old Chapel
28 Goat Street
David and Freya Dixon are two artists using different approaches to express their response to the land- and seascapes of Pembrokeshire.
David works in water-based mixed media. His paintings are figurative, but their forms are often secondary to light and colour.
Freya creates textured works in fabric and fibre, depicting fragments of nature.
All their works are original and can be viewed at their own artist-run gallery, Oriel Albion Gallery in St Davids, where they have a permanent and changing exhibition of their work. Tel: 01437 720120 Wesbite
41 Nun St