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ABERYSTWYTH Claudia Williams: An Intimate Acquaintance and Sense Of Sone which features work by Emily Allchur ch, Anne Desmet and Catrin Huber @ School of Art, Aberystwyth University until February 7 An open exhibition displaying the work of Ceredigion artists @ Oriel Nwy/Gas Gallery, Park Avenue until January 20 Beyond The Lens: An Introduction To Aberystwyth Camera Club @ Ceredigion Museum from tomorrow until March 29 ANGLESEY New paintings by Sarah Carvell, whose pieces range from the descriptive to the more abstracted @ Oriel Tegfryn until January 26 CAERNARFON The Cast Iron Shore is an exhibition of work by Pete Sainty @ Galeri until February 21 CAERPHILLY An Open Art Winter Exhibition comprising of 134 artworks by 89 artists @ Y Galeri, St Fagans Street until February 8 CARDIFF Sir Peter Blake's exhibition based on Dylan Thomas' classic text Under Milk Wood @ National Museum Cardiff until March 16. Also work by one of the finest sculptors working in Britain in the 20th century, Ivor Roberts Jones, until May 11 Aur/Gold is an exhibition of work by Eisteddfod Gold Medal winners from the last 10 years @ Wales Millennium Centre and Craft In The Bay from tomorrow until March 16 Hollywood Dooom, by Stanley Donwood who gained recognition in 1994 when he began designing album art for Grammy Award-winning band, Radiohead @ Chapter Arts Centre until March 2. Also 3am: Wonder, Paranoia And The Restless Night, featuring work by a number of artists who probe the 3am state of mind Exhibition of drawings by more than 30 of the gallery's artists. The show includes the People's Choice Award - a chance to vote for your favourite drawing and win a gallery voucher @ Albany Gallery, Roath until February 1 Welsh Contemporary Realism features the work of nine artists @ Kooywood Gallery, Museum Place until February 1 The Art of Peter Prendergast - Part II is the second section of the exhibition to coincide with the publication of a book of the same name @ Martin Tinney Gallery, St Andrew's Crescent until February 1 Cherry-picked items from the gallery's stockroom that have been discounted for the month of January, including work from many leading Welsh artists @ Fountain Fine Art, Morgan Arcade until January 31 New exhibition by South Wales artist Mark Annis whose colourful paintings reflect his interests and influences of 20th century art @ West Wharf Gallery, Jacob's antique Market until February 1 Winter is an exhiibition marking the first anniversary of the gallery in its new home and is a mixed show of new work from its designers and artists @ gallery/ten, Windsor Place until February 1 Close to You brings to Cardiff a diverse array of Jacob Aue Sobol's work, starting from his earlier photobooks, Sabine and I, Tokyo, up to yet unpublished images @ Third Floor Gallery, Bute Street until January 26 CARDIGAN Stephen West...Draw Breath @ Oriel Mwldan until January 25 CARMARTHEN Clare Thornton: The Dandy And The Mute. Thornton uses a range of processes in her work drawing on training in dance, scenography and literature as well as visual arts and craft disciplines @ Oriel Myrddin until March 1 Lliwia Fi'n llon / Colour Me Happy is the first solo exhibition by Carmarthen-born artist Swci Delic. Formerly a Welsh language singer with no previous experience of art, Swci found a new path in painting as she battled brain cancer @ King Street Gallery until January 31 CONWY The Open is an exhibition of work submitted by non-members. The work is selected by members of the Royal Cambrian Academy and offers a platform for new, exciting and original work @ Royal Cambrian Academy until February 22 LLANARTHNE The UK-wide Patchwork Meadow Project, described as 'a Bayeux Tapestry for our times', celebrates Britain's extraordinary wealth of wildflowers through the medium of handicraft @ National Botanic Garden of Wales until February 23 MONMOUTH Renowned Welsh landscape photographer David Wilson is holding his first exhibition @ New Leaf Gallery, Church Street from tomorrow until February 15 NARBERTH Paintings and works on paper by Hooghiemstra. His work is based on the theme of Sandy Island and explores the notion of nature and sense of place in general. Also an installation by Julia Griffiths Jones and Steven Irwin showcases personal responses to Dylan Thomas' poems through the medium of film @ Oriel Q, Queens Hall until February 15 NEWPORT Coastal Command is an exhibition of works by Philip Muirden @ Barnabas Artshouse, New Ruperra Street until January 31 NEWTOWN Articles of Hope: Adornments for Justice is a collection of body adornments based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), presented by 11 members of the Manchester Jewellers Network.There's also a display by fine art graduate Lydia Meehan called Fluent Aphasia and Portal, a showcase of new graduate work @ Oriel Davies until January 22 PENARTH Stasis by Danish visual artist and photographer Trine Sondergaard, who lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. Working on a large scale, Sondergaard's precise and intensely visual photographs play with our perception of reality @ Ffotogallery, Turner House until January 25 PONTYPRIDD In Our Own Image? A Century of Imaging of and in South Wales: 1910-2013 is a collaborative exhibition marking the centenary of the University of Glamorgan and its rebirth as the University of South Wales following the merger with the University of Wales Newport @ Oriel y Bont, University of South Wales until March 14 PWLLHELI Autumn Exhibition featuring new work by Dorian Spencer Davies, Ann Monique Stelling, Keith Andrew, Michael Goode, Judith Stroud, Sally Williams @ Oriel Tonnau until February 28 RUTHIN A Bountiful Inheritance is an exhibition of oil paintings, etchings and collagraphs inspired by artist Mary Cunnah's interst in Sycharth, the 14th century home of Owain Glyndwr @ Ruthin Library until January 25 SWANSEA Claire Curneen - To This I Put My Name features a new body of work by the internationally renowned ceramicist @ Mission Gallery from tomorrow until March 16. There's also work by Ingrid Murphy (until February 16) and Anne Gibbs (until February 23) Graham Sutherland: From Darkness into Light - Mining, Metal and Machines is a rare opportunity to see 60 sketchbook drawings from a private collection by the official artist of the Second World War @ National Waterfront Museum until March 23

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