Attic Gallery

14 Cambrian Place

Attic Gallery

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The gallery was established in June 1962 (as the Dillwyn Gallery) with the declaration that the contemporary art being produced in Wales was as good as any to be found in the United Kingdom. The gallery soon became important as a meeting place for writers and composers as well as artists. Kingsley Amis, Vernon Watkins, Wynford Vaughan-Thomas and composer Daniel Jones were all regular visitors. The gallery seeks out, encourages and promotes new and emerging artists, with a full exhibition programme of solo and mixed shows with a changing display of new paintings, graphics and sculpture.

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