An exhibition featuring Gemma Thorope & Charlotte Bellis 25th April 2015

On the 25th we will be opening our first exhibition of the year. This will be a joint exhibition featuring the artists Gemma Thorpe and Charlotte Bellis.


Charlotte specialises in ceramics. Not only does she make fantastic jewellery but she also creates some wonderful hanging decorations. 


Gemma is a mixed media artists. Her work is all about creating a feeling of a place or situation. She concentrates on incorporating ‘seaside’ and ‘travel’ as key ideas in her art.

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The exhibition will open on the 25th April and will run for 3 weeks following. We are very excited about this exhibition and we hope to see you all very soon.

Closed for January 2015

With the winter well and truly upon us the gallery is going to be closed for the next three weeks during the week days.

If you ever need anything we’ll be open as per-normal at the weekends but closed Monday-Friday until 2nd Feb.

As always you can always drop us an email at or leave a message on the phone on 01492 580877.

New Artists; Charlotte Jones & Hayley Murphy

Now in the Harbour Gallery we have work from two new artists, Charlotte Jones, and Hayley Murphy.

Charlotte is a local artist who has produced some fantastic pen sketches of the Conwy High street and Smallest House.


By picking our key details Charlottes work draws you into the location. These are fantastic studies of our tiny medieval town.


Our second new artist is  Hayley Murphy. Hayley specialised in using fabrics to create some stunning scenes.

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Sadly photographs do not do Hayley’s work justice. Each scene is handcrafted and even pops out creating a stunning 3d vista.

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We are really excited to be displaying both Hayley’s and Charlotte’s work so pop into the gallery to have a look!

Back to Work Part III; River & Sea workshops

This March, resident artist Bill Gribble will be hosting his 3rd workshop at the Harbour Gallery.


Those who have taken part in our past workshops will be able to tell you what a great teacher Bill is, and the skills learnt on his courses are indispensable for any budding artist.

Beach Light, Llanddwyn Print

This time Bill will be running 4 days of workshops over the 12th-15th March concentrating on both the sea and rivers. Each day will cost £45, and includes a lunch from Edwards of Conwy. Book all 4 days and we’re offering a £20 discount!

Llanddwyn Tide Print

There are only 5 spaces per-day. This means that you are guaranteed quality 1-on-1 tuition, but spaces are limited. This would make a fantastic Xmas present for any budding artist (or even an early Xmas present for yourself). Book now to avoid disappointment.

Back To Work Part II; Framing

So this is a big one for me. It’s been a long time coming but after a number of setbacks (and an incredibly busy summer), I am finally offering my framing services to the public.


With limited space I’ve had to be selective about which mouldings to choose from. As a result I’ve only gone from top quality wooden frames and I think you’ll be really pleased with the choices. This is a forever changing business though so ask about different options and I’ll see what I can do for you.


I’m also really pleased to offer 10% off framing for any prints bought from the Harbour Gallery. So if you see a print in the gallery we can get it framed and ready for you in no time.


Back to Work Part I; New Artist, Ian Mitchell

So things have been somewhat hectic for me for the last few months. As many of you know I got married at the end of last month and then disappeared off to Canada for a few weeks. I’ve been back for a little while now but I’m only just catching up with everything.

So… I have a lot of news for you all. I thought the best way was to break it all up into chunks.


First off we are now displaying work from the Yorkshire based artist, Ian Mitchell. Ian is a contemporary artist who creates these wonderfully minimal landscapes.


We have panoramic images, framed and unframed prints on display. The images are particularly evocative of the travel poster from the early 20th century.


We’ve only had Ian’s work in for just under two weeks and he is already proving to be very popular. Pop into the gallery to see why.

Autumn/Winter Open Times

With the nights getting longer and the days getting cooler it’s time to start looking at the open times of the Harbour Gallery:

Monday-Saturday – 10am-5pm

Sundays – 11am-4pm

Wednesdays – Closed (we will be open on Wednesdays during school half term)

Xmas Eve/Xmas Day/Boxing Day – Closed

12th Jan-16th Jan – Closed

19th Jan-23rd Jan – Closed

26th Jan-30th Jan – Closed

Autumn Photography Open Exhibition

This October at the Harbour Gallery, we will be hosting our first open exhibition dedicated to photography.

Eglwys Cwyfan Print

There is a lot of talent in the local area and I can wait to see what Wales has to offer. As a photographer myself, I specialise in star trails, but this is just one school of many in the art of photography.

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If you are, or if you know a photographer who might be interested in having their work displayed in a professional gallery we are accepted submissions now!

Submissions will be accepted until the 14th Sept. The exhibition will start on the 27th Sept and run until the 17th Oct. There is a fee of £5 for each piece entered. Our full terms and conditions can be found here.

An exhibition by Ruth Bitowski

This coming Saturday we are going to be holding the latest collection of work from Conwy artist; Ruth Bitowski.

Conwy, Walled Town Print

Ruth’s main area of influence is Conwy. Capturing what I can only describe as cityscapes of our small medieval town. However recently she has been branching out and we will have scenes of Portmeirion, Snowdon and even Caernarfon on display.

Portmeirion Ariel Print

The exhibition will open from 2pm on Saturday the 16th where Ruth will be here to display and talk about her latest work. The exhibition will then run for 3 weeks until the 5th September.

Tipsey Conwy II Print

New to the Gallery; Cereal Magazine

I love a good magazine. I also love traveling, photography, art books and small companies doing something a little bit different.


In the Harbour Gallery we are now stocking Cereal, a magazine which shouldn’t really be called a magazine, its more of a quarterly released art book. Each issue they have a select number of articles concentrating on travel destinations, photo essays and insights into small british businesses.


It’s a beautifully create magazine and a necessary addition to any art collector’s library.

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We have copies of issue 6 now in the gallery for £10 each.