2021 Annual Exhibition is open !

dog portraitThe 2021 exhibition is open at the moment until 7th August. The Abergavenny Art Group traditionally has its annual  exhibition at the end of July every year.  But because of the Covid 19 pandemic and "lockdown" the exhibition for 2020 was cancelled.

If you can get along go to the exhibition at the Trinity Church Hall in Baker Street Abergavenny, between 10am and 5pm every day until 7th August 2021.

There is also a section of work by students of King Henry School.  Shown above is Dog Portrait 2 by Holly Shannon


welsh hillsWelsh Hills

Katherine Jordan


surfs up Surf's Up
Felicity Jenkins

Some of the images appearing here are from exhibitions held in previous years.

Where is the exhibition ?

It is to be held in Trinity Church Hall in Baker Street.  The building is located next door to the former Library.

Hours of Opening:

The exhibition opens every day at 10am until 5pm.  Admission is FREE.

2022 Exhibition of Members' work

Its too late to submit work for this year's exhibition  but start planning for 2022 !

If you wish to submit artwork for our exhibition you'll need to give details as set out on the Submission Form.  The Notes for Guidance are also attached to the Submission Form.

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