Annual Exhibition

exhibitionThis year the Abergavenny Art Group had its annual  exhibition between Saturday 27th July and 3rd August.  The featured artist this year was Carol Charles.  The exhibition was opened by local artist  Louise Collis.

In addition to members' work, there was a selection of artwork from A level students of King Henry VIII school on display.


Do you want to exhibit your work ?

If you are a member of the Abergavenny Art Group, you are able to exhibit.  If you're not a member why not join up now and prepare for the exhibition next year !

downloadYou've missed your chance for 2019 but next year's forms will be similar to these: The submission forms and guidance notes are available to download here.  Click on the button!  You are now able to submit up to 8 paintings (plus 2 reserves).  There is a hanging fee of £3 per item up to £18 maximum.  A commission is charged on any sales.

Featured Artist - Carol Charles

Carol has been a member of the Abergavenny  Art Group for a number of years.  Read more about her on her webpage: Carol Charles

carol charles


The exhibition is held at the Holy Trinity Church Hall located in Baker Street, Abergavenny. The map opposite shows Abergavenny town centre, some landmarks and the location of the exhibition. Click on it to see an enlarged version.

Opening Times

There is no entrance fee and the hours of opening are  10am to 5pm daily

 Private View and Opening

On the Friday evening prior to the exhibition being open to the public there is an invitation only private viewing of the exhibition.  This commences at 7:30pm.

 The Raffle Prize

This year the picture being raffled is a limited edition print by David Haswell that has been kindly donated by Mr Phil Jones.


Where is it?

mapThe location - click to enlarge.

Gallery 12

A selection of paintings from 2019 exhibition is available on Gallery 12.

Some of the paintings from previous exhibitions

Galling Gull and Huffin' Puffin were two mixed media paintings by Sarah Hoddy.


There is also a selection of A Level artwork from King Henry VIII School Abergavenny.


A still life painting by Richard Kellett entitled "Swansea Loaves" was on display.

swansea bread

Linda Wood showed many paintings that were very popular with the visitors to the exhibition.  This is "Autumn Reflections".
autumn reflections