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Nain's Footsteps

29 June - 11 August 2024

Saturday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

A community exhibition inspired by the Welsh Women's peace petition 1924. In 1923-24, 390,296 women from Wales signed an appeal to the women of America calling for world peace. 

Three Fold


Saturday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

Jan Wallis is a textile artist living and working in Llangollen.

Dr Danuta Kielar (Danusia)

4 May - 23 June 2024

Saturday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

Danusia is a Polish medical doctor, scientist and fine artist. Her exhibition of watercolours are inspired by the beauty of nature around her.

Tony Mallon


Saturday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

Tony Mallon is an artist working in Llangollen and Merseyside. 

His installation explores the building's heritage, when it was the health centre for the town (1996-2013).

Still Spinning


Saturday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

Jan Wallis is a textile artist living and working in Llangollen.

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Ghost of a Room


Saturday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

Jan Wallis is a textile artist living and working in Llangollen.


The oak carvings that cover the walls and doors at Plas Newydd pulled me into a world of weird and magical creatures, that were based on the mediaeval Bestiaries. I began to imagine how I could create a ghostly version of this space by turning dark to white, hard wood to soft textiles.


All the panels that I have hand stitched for the walls, the door and the bed can be found as carvings in Plas Newydd.

Printmakers Pushing the Boundaries

13 October - 5 November  2023

Thursday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

Private View: 14 October, 2-4pm

Dyffryn Dyfrdwy - Dee Valley

16 September - 8 October 2023

An exciting new exhibition is opening this September, which invites you to take a fresh look at the Dee Valley and the works of art it inspires.

The Dee Valley landscape has been a source of inspiration to artists, poets and tourists for centuries, drawn to the area in search of the sublime. It became a hub for artistic activity in the 18th century; captured on canvas by renowned painters such as Richard Wilson, Paul Sandby and JMW Turner, and beautifully described in words and poetry by writers including George Borrow, Thomas Pennant and William Wordsworth.

Following this tradition, the Our Picturesque Landscape project is pleased to present an exhibition of over 60 contemporary works of art inspired by the picturesque scenery of the Dee Valley.

Through thoughtfully commissioned paintings, poems, installations, photography, drawings, textiles and even a myriorama, the exhibition will explore our connections with the landscape, and highlight the unique balance between the stunning natural beauty and important industrial heritage of the area.

The exhibition will be open at the Dory Gallery from Saturday 16th September until Sunday 8th October 2023 (closed Mondays), 10am-4pm, accompanied by a full programme of events, art workshops and family friendly activities. For up to date details head to:

The exhibition is part of the Our Picturesque Landscape project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.


1 July - 9 September 2023

The walls are ripped, bricks falling as the wilderness encroaches.


Jan will use this space as her 'home' where she will invite you to chat as she sits and knits and weaves new stories.

Pandora's Reticule

26 May - 20 August 2023

Edward Bell's new work explores lies inspired by the photographic eye.

Honest Agriculture

25 March - 21 May 2023

This photographic series documents the life of a working family farm, through all seasons. Carrog Isa Farm is based in the Dee valley near a village called Glyndyfrdwy which is where Jac's family have farmed for generations.

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Quiet Room

14 January -19 March 2023

The exhibition combines images from The Salvation Army International Heritage Centre’s photographic archives and photographic artist, Tony Mallon’s project, Homeless. This moved beyond the human presence to explore and examine the spaces and experience of living in homeless hostels in Merseyside.

Life Drawing

2-18 December 2022


A selection of the best drawings from our classes.


1 October - 18 December 2022

Artist in residence Jan Wallis occupied one of the gallery spaces, working on her new project, Translucence. Visitors were able to meander through a series of hanging muslim curtains depicting various landscapes.

This interactive piece enabled Jan to reveal the stories within her work.

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November-December 2021


Showcasing five artists side by side to stimulate a fresh insight to the relationship of work. 

Bowie 2 Forthcoming and Past

The David Bowie Collection

Edward Bell

16 July - 1 August 2021

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