Welcome to the Late November Gallery

 

The Late November Gallery in Pembrokeshire West Wales is developing beautifully, the aim has always been to showcase an array of fine art, quality past and present artists ranging from Ceramists, Painters, Print Makers and Sculptures to Emerging Artists.

Established in November 2013 with the commitment to quality artists, brought together by the dedication to the mark making process, whether painting 2D pictures or 3D ceramics.

The Late November Gallery is in a wonderful building in the centre of Haverfordwest. Sitting on the river bank, filled with natural light, where the atmosphere is friendly and informal, whether you are looking for the one off purchase or are interested in building a serious collection of art work, we look forward to welcoming you.

Through a series of changing exhibitions of work by gallery artists ensures that regular visits will be varied.

Featured Artwork

Aimee Birnbaum

Aimee Birnbaum was born in New York City and now works at her studios in London and Tuscany. She trained at the Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston. She is an elected member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour. She widely exhibits with MirabilisArtIn Croatia and in the U.K.
£550.00

Angela Brookes

“My work centres on the natural world. I depict what I see around me, and draw on my deep memories of my rural upbringing. Sometimes it is just a glimpse from a train window that inspires my printmaking. Landscapes and seascapes and huge skies are favourite topics and I enjoy depicting the ever changing effects of light and colour at different times of the day, and as the seasons roll through the year. My favoured printing process is dry-point and mono print, using using two separate plates. I often employ carborundum which produces deep rich colour where the ink and paper become one. Here I keep my editions small, often only 5–10 prints. The mono print plate determines that each print is unique. I also work with etching and aquatint, and with Intaglio gravure, sometimes working with imagined landscapes.
£0.00

Annabel Faraday

Hand Built Ceramic Container
£450.00

Annabel Faraday

Hand Built Ceramics
£445.00

Annabel Faraday

Hand Built Ceramics
£0.00

Antony Salter

Anthony was born in London. He studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Goldsmith's College School of Art. Since qualifying he has followed a career in museum and exhibition design and, until recently, worked as a Graphic Designer and Illustrator at a London University. A developing interest in printmaking has led to further studies at the London Institute and Morley College. He now works as a printmaker from home and at the Thames Barrier Print Studio. Anthony is an elected member of Greenwich Printmakers, a long established co-operative of printmakers, where his work is permanently displayed. He also participates in exhibitions in the UK and abroad.
£0.00

Avril Macdonald

Avril Macdonald was born in Scotland and studied woven and knitted textile design at the Scottish College of Textiles and De Montford University, Leicester. Following textile design studies, she moved into journalism with DC Thomson in Dundee, then Radio Clyde in Glasgow and subsequently became Scotland's youngest female weekly newspaper editor. Then, working for BT, and directing PR operations in Glasgow and London, she was responsible for the company's sponsorship of the arts in London and the South East, for which she received several awards. During this period she continued her lifelong interest in photography. In 1998 she set up her own public relations and PR agency and was elected FRSA (Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufacture and Commerce). In 2008 she studied drawing and painting, then printmaking, at the Institute Arts Centre, East Finchley. She is a member of the Printmaker's Council, and East Finchley Open.
£0.00

Barbara Jackson

Barbara Jackson graduated from St Martin’s School of Art works in the disciplines of painting and printmaking. She has been awarded prizes in Printmaking and has succeeded in both group and one-man exhibitions. She finds etching endlessly fascinating in its technical and artistic challenges - using figures and cityscapes as a vehicle to capture light, movement and atmosphere. All prints are etchings and aquatints and each print is individually inked and passed through the press by the artist. Barbara has exhibited in the Royal Academy’s annual Summer Exhibitions, has sold her work through various London galleries throughout her career and her prints are collected world-wide.
£0.00

ceri ritchards

print inspired by Dylan thomas
£0.00

Daniel Backhouse

Pink Cloud Large oil on Board
£8,995.00

Daniel Backhouse

Oil on Canvas
£8,995.00

David Marl

oil on board
£495.00

david marl

oil on board
£495.00

david marl

oil on board
£495.00

David Tress

Dancing in Green Sunlight oil
£19,995.00

diane horne

ceramic
£125.00

Diane Horne

ceramic vessle
£125.00

diane horne

ceramic vessel
£165.00

Jacqueline Jones

The Wall
£470.00

jacqueline Jones

on deck
£470.00

jacqueline Jones

on the shore
£470.00

James Campbell

Beautiful Watercolour island and misty sea
£300.00

James Campbell

Large Round Centre Bowl 'crow and sun'
£350.00

James G Miles

Galway Autumn Evening
£595.00

James G Miles

Painting In the Summer Time
£595.00

James G Miles

Painting Calico Sails
£895.00

James G Miles

Painting The Bright Morning
£595.00

james Mackeown

oil Beach scene
£0.00

John Knapp Fisher

Small Oil Painting Electricity Pylons in Pembrokeshire
£3,200.00

John Knapp Fisher

Small oil on Board 2008
£4,500.00

John Knapp-Fisher

2010 small oil produced for Tenby Robert Recorde show
£4,900.00

John Knapp-Fisher

Watercolour Pembrokeshire Under Snow
£5,300.00

John Piper

38/70 print
£2,700.00

Josef Herman

Early Welsh ink Drawing
£1,295.00

julie Sullock

Julie Sullock was born in Clapham and still lives in South London. She studied Fine Art at St. Martins School of Art from 1983 to 1986. After this she completed an M.A. in printmaking at Brighton Polytechnic. Julie’s abstract work is inspired by the landscape of Wales, Dorset, Southern France and the London skyline. Her paintings concentrate on the use of colour and mood. The composition of a painting is also important element in her work. Some of her work reflects her interest in buildings, doorways and reflections of brake lights in the rain. Julie has continued to make prints since leaving Art College; producing lithographs, silkscreens, collographs and most recently etchings. Julie is a member of Southbank Printmakers which has a gallery in Gabriels wharf, where her work can be viewed. She has exhibited widely in both UK and abroad
£0.00

Karen Shapley

Ceramic jam pot
£96.00

Karen Shapley

Tea Pot
£170.00

kit Boyd

Kit Boyd I am a painter printmaker inspired by the landscapes of Mid-Wales. I work in the British romantic tradition, following in the footsteps of Samuel Palmer and the later neoromantic artists of the 1940s. While some of my landscapes are from my imagination, many depict real places such as Aberystwyth where I did my degree in the late 80s, and Pentre'r Beirdd in Powys where I have lived and worked over the last 10 years. The recurrent theme in my work is our relationship to nature whether in a realistic or surreal depiction of our internal or external worlds. Landscape for me is often a protective place, an escape or safe environment away from the demands of the modern world. I currently work from a studio in London next to the Thames Barrier, and find my creative mind works best in the separation from the places I am depicting.
£0.00

Lisa Scott

Lisa Scott Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Lisa Scott studied at Syracuse University, The School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League in New York. Since making London her home almost 20 years ago, she has studied at the Hampstead School of Art and the Royal Drawing School, channelling a lifelong love of drawing through the alchemy of metal, acid and ink of etching. Her work has been shown at The Royal Academy Summer Show, with the Royal Society of British Artists, the Printmakers Council, the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation and Kingsgate Gallery. In 2017, she held her first solo show in Kentish Town, London.
£0.00

Margaret Ashman

Margaret creates delicately coloured original prints based on gesture, dance and sign. The stillness and silence of the works is not accidental, it’s often because her models are deaf. Each step or movement of arm, hand and body flows from a performer who speaks the visual language of sign. Whether signing or dancing without words, each gesture is intentional and resonant with hidden meaning. Margaret’s latest series of works are derived from video footage of the US dancer Tashara Gavin-Moorehead performing a worship dance to the Witney Houston song I love the Lord. The Japanese titles are Ogamu meaning worship, Naku meaning cry or sing, Joi meaning joy and Kaisai meaning exultation. Ideas are developed digitally first and then made into metal plates in the workshop by a photo etching process. Margaret’s preferred metals are steel and copper. She etches steel plates with nitric acid, sometimes reworking the plates with scrapers and abrasives to bring more light in the final image. The proofing stage on the press is a vital part of the creative process before the final print is realised. Layers of ink are sometimes added to create soft layers and unique marks by mixing and reworking. Each print is taken individually by freshly inking up the plate for each impression. The Ogamu series are inked in a particularly free style resulting in small variations between impressions giving each print has it’s own unique character.
£0.00

Marion Macphee

Gola Etching
£995.00

Neil Canning

Oil Painting
£6,000.00

Neil Canning

small oil on paper
£750.00

Paul Wearing

Ceramic Vessel Large Elliptical
£650.00

Paul Wearing

Ceramic Vessel Cylinder low
£150.00

Paul Wearing

Ceramic Vessel Cylinder Tall
£175.00

Philip Vaughan

Lydia oil
£725.00

Philip Vaughan

Florence and the Mirror oil
£795.00

Philip Vaughan

Sketch from Studio
£0.00

Philip Vaughan

Sketch from studio visit
£0.00

Philip Vaughan

Modern Madonna oil
£1,200.00

Philip Vaughan

coleen oil
£650.00

Robel Frame

Hand Finished Frame Gilt mirror
£0.00

Rose Hilton

life drawing study
£325.00

Sarah Garvey

My images are constructed from drawings, film stills, vintage and contemporary snaps, which I cut and mark both digitally and manually. I use multiple, graduated colour rolls on drypoint, etching and solar plates to create space. Next, Chine colles (glued papers) made from ephemera such as envelopes, old music, slips, snaps, tickets and tags to create another textural layer and often a little sparkle. Lastly the motifs are inked in black and printed over the other elements. Born in London, 1980. Sarah trained at Central St. Martins and Camberwell. Sarah is a member of the Printmakers Council, East London Printmakers and has a studio with Barbican Arts Group Trust Haggerston. Awarded the Arts Club special purchase prize at the Royal Academy Summer exhibition 2013. Awarded Great Art prize at the National Original Print exhibition Bank side Gallery 2014. She exhibits at The Affordable Art Fair Hampstead with the Printmakers ink gallery
£0.00

Sarah Hopkins

The Front
£0.00

Sarah Hopkins

Graffiti
£0.00

sarah hopkins

many roof tops
£0.00

Sarah Hopkins

Turbine Original Print Plate
£520.00

Sarah Hopkins

Original Print Plate Pylon
£520.00

Sue Rowling

Sue is a painter and printmaker. Her training as a textile designer and colour consultant is evident in the vibrant and atmospheric pieces she produces. Using a blank screen she paints the initial image which is then built up in a multiple of layers, then drawn into or wiped away until the required effect is achieved. The landscape is a constant source of inspiration. Many of the larger pictures have been used in commercial or corporate spaces and Sue also works with designers for domestic interiors.
£0.00

Theresa Pateman

After studying Foundation, and gaining a BA at Coventry School of Art & Design, Theresa worked as a Free-lance Illustrator using Linocut and Monoprint, editioning for artist-printmakers, and learning about etching techniques. With a group of fellow graduates, she was awarded a Prince’s Trust Grant to set up a Screen-printing Workshop. Printmakers Inc. was formed in 2010 with four other established printmakers for a pop-up shop funded by Camden Council, exhibiting in Hampstead AAF and HLSI Gallery. In addition to curating she has collaborated with artists to create successful Mixed Media shows. She is a founder member of Southbank Printmakers Gallery, a committee member of PMC. Exhibiting throughout the UK, including the RA, Mall Galleries, and Barbican. Her work features in collections at the V&A, Metropolitan University, Scarborough Art Gallery and worldwide. She has a studio in Kingsgate Workshops, London. • ARTIST’S STATEMENT: “There are so many techniques used within the realm of Printmaking, from Renaissance to the present day – I enjoy the alchemy and journey of discovery – the final reveal. I love the glowing colours and textures that inks can create on paper. I work in many different mediums, but prefer soft ground etching.”
£0.00
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