Goat Street Gallery opened it’s doors on Friday the 22nd of November 2013.

Come along and see some amazing work by national and local artists and crafts people.

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday,

10am - 5pm

Closed Mondays, except Bank Holidays

Goat Street Gallery now has a Facebook page for keeping up with who is exhibiting, workshops and events being held at the gallery.

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News Archive

News Archive

Amanda and Daniel Wright will be running workshops on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during the school holidays from 10.15 a.m to 12.15 p.m. All ages are welcome from 8 years upward (6 and 7 year olds if accompanied by an adult) The cost of the workshop is £22.00 which includes the cost of the materials, a finished item (fired pot or textile piece) Postage and packaging not included. They will also be running regular Saturday morning workshops out of school holidays and evening classes for Adults (Textiles on Tuesdays and Pottery on Wednesdays, 6.30 p.m to 8.30 p.m) To book or reserve a place: Phone us on 01437 721119 or email goatstreetgallery@gmail.com. Click the Textiles or Clay images for more info.

We have just hung a selection of new work by two new Artists Andrea Kelland and Mark Lippet come and have a look. Mark has spent a lot of time visiting Wales and was particularly drawn to Pembrokeshire after visiting St Davids on holiday.  After visiting Whitesands beach he became fascinated by the scale and the textures of rocks and decided to base a series of work on the subject. Andrea says :- I think the sea must be in my blood, I’m never happy far away from it and most of my work is based on coastal subjects here in Pembrokeshire.

We have just acquired for exhibition a selection of beautiful bronze sculptures by artist Steven Forster. Steven is based in Catalonia, Spain and has work in many private collections around the world.

We have just acquired for exhibition a selection of Sue Brown’s brooches and spoons. Sue is an artist using vitreous enamel and printmaking to tell stories.

Goat Street Gallery are now stocking the superbly crafted furniture made by Ben Hills. Come and have a look, to appreciate the excellent attention to detail and the masterly craftsmanship.

We have two new artists exhibiting in the gallery Chris Neale and Mark Raggett come and have a look. Chris a landscape painter, has an intense relationship with his subject and sees the landscape with a sharp graphic eye.  He focuses on composition and colour. His paintings are an attempt to convey the emotions he feels and to share them. Mark Raggett, VPRWS, was born in Pembrokeshire, the landscape of the county being the main source of inspiration in his work over the years. He studied Fine Art at Reading University where he was strongly influenced by the Cornish painters (Lanyon, Frost, Hilton etc) but Graham Sutherland’s work in translating the essence of the Pembrokeshire countryside has always had a strong fascination for him.