Hafren Gallery

Exhibition Now On!

We are pleased to announce a new exhibition for Spring 2022:

Rhian Owen

1st March - 3rd June 2022

Commissions from all artwork will be donated to the DEC Ukrainian appeal.

Hafren Gallery

Get creative: The Power of the Arts

The gallery is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9.30am to 2.30pm
and on Saturdays two hours before a performance on performance days only.

Admission is free. Opening times during the day may very occasionally be curtained; please call the box office if you wish to ensure the gallery will be open for your visit. Exhibition openings are open to all and offer an opportunity to meet the artists and discuss their work with them. Complimentary coffee is available during opening sessions.

Rhian Owen Bumble Bee painting
Painting of a flower
Painting of a street scene


1st March - 3rd June 2022

Rhian Owen is an artist from Powys in Mid Wales who paints the animals and birds found in the beautiful countryside where she lives.

"I have a love of Art and a passion for Nature. My love of nature stems back to my childhood when I used to spend hours in the countryside exploring, studying wildflowers and collecting mini beasts to observe them. One of my favourites then were Ladybirds and I still love seeing them.

After leaving school I went to Art college. I developed my drawing skills and produced a lot of Life drawings. I also developed a keen interest in photography. I later went to train to be a teacher and specialised in Art and Science.

After teaching for many years I took a break to have my two children and then went back to teach part time. As my boys grew up, I found I had more time to start drawing again. I treated myself to a box of lovely watercolours for my birthday and that is where it all started again. My childhood interests were all still there so I decided to draw and paint what I loved. I started with the wildflowers on our lanes and then moved onto Hares, Owls and Ladybirds.

I love Wales and its beautiful landscapes and beaches, and I intend to do a lot more paintings of these in the future. I love visiting Powys Castle and admire the beautiful herds of deer and stags. Most of my work is done in Watercolours but I do sometimes used mixed media like acrylics and pens for texture and detail.

If you would like to exhibit your artwork in Hafren Gallery in the future, please contact
Mel Pettit | t: 01686 948101 - Option 3 | e: