Angelina’s 5 glass panels depict a panorama of Cardiff Bay as seen from Penarth.
Pete Fowler’s artwork is globally recognised, having graced gallery walls, skateboards, magazines, record sleeves, posters, toys t-shirts and cartoons for more than a decade.
Mary Traynor’s drawings of buildings threatened with demolition in the 70s and 80s are not only beautifully detailed works of art, but stand as important historical documents.
Pauline Williams is a Fine Artist working and living in Wales. Her sketches of Cardiff people are a record of her daily life.
Maciej Dakowicz captures impossibly funny and surprisingly poignant moments in his “Cardiff After Dark” series.
Gareth Jarvis doesn’t just take photographs. His stunning wet plate collodion images of the city centre are mesmerising and need to be seen to be believed.
Landscapes, gardens, flora and street scenes in pencil, pastel and watercolour, drawing inspiration from the texture, colour and mood found in her subjects.
Crayon Skateboards are a Cardiff based company who presented a retrospective of their skateboard designs.
Abstract landscape paintings over screen printed images add a sense of history to Ciara’s images of Cardiff Bay.
“Inside Out” is a collection of truly evocative images of Butetown through the 70s and 80s.