Each month a different King Street Gallery artist is featured in our Spotlight Room. Throughout July photographer Mohamed Hassan will be showing his work in a breathtaking new exhibition which explores the rugged beauty of Wales.

"Living and studying in Wales has been pivotal to my journey as an artist,” Mohamed told us. “When I first arrived here I felt as if I was in a dream, and as I discover and explore more of Wales I find inspiration all around.

“Whether I am packing up my camera and trekking up the Carmarthenshire Fans or taking a gentle walk on a Pembrokeshire beach I feel blessed to experience and photograph these incredible landscapes.

“The joy of a cloudy day or an inspiring location is immense. I work in both black and white and colour, focusing on the mood and light of the scene. My work often has subtle and subdued characteristics and aims to draw you into the image I am making, evoking an emotional response."

“Mohamed Hassan in the Spotlight” runs throughout July. For more information on Mohamed’s work please click here.



Swansea’s Elysium Studio artists Kate Bell and Graham Parker join forces in an elemental exhibition entitled ‘Edge of Landscape’ which runs in the Chate Room until 18th July. The exhibition showcases the artists’ differing approaches to landscape.

Kate Bell is concerned with nature and transitional space. She constantly questions the boundary between representation and pure abstraction, expanding the notion of how land and seascape are explored and understood.

Kate says: “A close relationship with the Gower coast has generated an ongoing series of work; most recently paintings have been inspired by the poetry of Vernon Watkins, the Welsh metaphysical poet who also lived on the coast of Gower. The concept of space, both actual and pictorial, implications of time and place, movement through shifting tidelines, weather and light materialise in these paintings.”

Graham Parker also explores relationships between sky, land and sea. His expressive horizons and seascapes capture the fascination that endures in coastal places.

Graham says: "I’m drawn to the horizon and the boundless possibility it offers. The compelling illusion of how land, sea and sky connect challenges our understanding of reality and completeness.  We can see and feel, but never reach, this beguiling vanishing point. My aim as a painter is to draw the viewer into the space that separates earth from sky."

Don’t miss this stunning show at King Street Gallery!



Every year King Street Gallery showcases the very best graduate work from Carmarthen School of Art.

This year six of the best 2019 graduates from Carmarthen School of Art will present their degree work in the Chate Room from 26th July – 7th August 2019 with a preview on Friday 26th July, 6-8pm.

The Show provides a great opportunity for these young artists to kick start their creative careers. During the show, visitors to the gallery will be able to vote for their favourite artist. The winner of the public vote will receive the “John Malcolm Chate Award” which means they will be invited to showcase their work in a solo exhibition in the Chate Room in 2020.

The selected graduate artists are:

Megan Scales – Fine Art
Alex Baitup – Ceramic Sculptor
Mark Dutton – Multimeadia Sculptor
Kelly Richards – Fine Art
Stephen Treharne – Sculptor
Charlotte Voaden – Mixed Media.

Congratulations, all!



The hanging team at King Street Gallery have been very busy this week (see them in action above), and we are delighted to announce that our High Summer Show is now open – and looking fantastic!

In this refreshing show you’ll find a wide array of work, from painting and fine art ceramics to photography, prints, sculpture, textiles and jewellery.

Pop in for a visit and be inspired! The show runs until early September.



Just a reminder that the theme of our 2019 Open Art Competition is “Space”.

The concept of space is multi-factoral and can be interpreted in many ways. The success of the Open Competition at King Street Gallery continues to attract a high standard of entries, and this year you can submit up to two pieces. The overall winner will receive a £200 prize.

We hope you feel inspired! Find out how to enter here

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Early Summer Exhibition 2019

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

28th June 2019 - 18th July 2019,

Kate Bell and Graham Parker

An exhibition of landscape paintings by Kate Bell and Graham Parker

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Mo Hassan In The Spotlight

The Spotlight Room at King Street Gallery will be showcasing the photography of Mo Hassan

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Friday 26th July, 2019Graduate Exhibition 2019

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