Ceramics, Sculpture and Print

Rosemarie Barr graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2012 (BA design) 1st class. She likes to portray humour in her ceramics, and relationships between people, sometimes taking random images from the internet and letting them meet for the first time in ceramic tableaux. Even anthropomorphic jugs can relate to each other. For this reason, she usually places pieces in groups or pairs.

Kara Seaman 

Animals feature heavily in my work and I try to show their very individual personalities and characters, I also research into the stories and myths that surround them and their habitats or countries of origin. Much of my work is made through the medium of Collagraph, this can produce many atmospheric prints and enables the plates to be cut, shaped and manipulated to give lovely graphic effects when printed by hand through a huge etching press in Swansea Print Workshop.

Mick Morgan ……....clay, paint, fire, Klimt, Schiele, drawing, graffiti, colour. These are a few of my favourite things.

This body of work is an exploration of the juxtaposition of text and images laid down on a textural surface and raku fired. The text and images are interdependent and together create the overall composition. They are layered onto sheets of thrown paper clay which have been kippered until they resemble velum. The raku firing process then generates its own crackles, lines and haphazard patterns which can sometimes resemble images or words.

Graham Newing

“I have been making pottery for over 60 years, having recognised my desire to be a Potter at the age of 15, while attending Wimbledon School of Art. I make all of my pottery on the wheel, with some pieces being thrown in sections and assembled later. My inspiration comes from ideas that have developed over the years, by observing natural forms and discovering historical shapes of classical Greek and African pottery in museums. There are influences of art nouveau and art deco, that of European style, rather than of the Far East. My work has evolved from organic soft fungus forms inspired by natural flow, into more classical shapes with monochrome matt glaze decoration. Most of my pieces are decorated using the technique of sgraffito. The decoration is designed to accentuate and sometimes to oppose the contours of the pot.”

Featured Artist Paul Stokle


Robert Paul Stokle is one of the gallery's founder members. Paul has been a self-employed artist since 1987 and he produces colourful, vibrant, glowing, abstract expressions.

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Saturday 24th March 2018 10:00am - 16:00pm: Responses to Landscape by David Tress

Saturday 28th April 2018 10:00am - 16:00pm: Responses to Landscape by David Tress 2

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King Street Gallery cooperative includes artists from a wide range of disciplines,including contemporary fine art, ceramics, photographers, stained glass, wood turning, textiles and sculpture.

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4th May 2017 - 4th July 2017,

Early Summer Exhibition 2018

An exhibition of new works by gallery members for the early summer months including paintings, original prints and fine art ceramics.

20th July 2018 - 1st August 2018,

Graduate Exhibition 2018

An exhibition of work by the best graduates of 2018 from Carmarthen School of Art

1st August 2018 - 31st August 2018,

Matt Pearce In The Spotlight

The Spotlight Room at King Street Gallery will be showcasing the paintings by Matt Pearce

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Friday 14th September, 2018Year of the Sea - Open Art Competition

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