TV Channel Made in Cardiff reported about Boundary Art - March 2015

TV Channel “Made in Cardiff” had an interview with the creative director of Boundary Art,

Cate Cheng, which was covered in the

news program “Hello Cardiff” on 16th March, introducing Boundary Art’s unique concept to the public: a combined art gallery and tea garden.

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Boundary Art’s opening party - March 2015

Last Saturday, Boundary Art held its opening party, which was highly complimented as an exceptional huge success. The opening exhibition “Communication and Innovation: The Fusion of Art and Culture Between East and West” attracted more than 60 people to join the party, including British and Chinese artists, photographers, officers from art departments and art-related buyers.

“I feel like in heaven.” said Miss. Foster, a curator from London, who specially came to Cardiff to attend the opening party, “All the beautiful art works, warm Chinese tea and also, classical quartet!”

“I’m sure Boundary Art will be a success.” Said Mr. Lucas, who is keen on contemporary art and Chinese calligraphy, whose favourite piece of work in Boundary Art is “Zen 1”, “Especially your idea of bringing Chinese artists’ work to Cardiff and transferring British artists’ works to Chinese exhibition, it’s very interesting.”

The opening exhibition starts from 21st March to 30th April, showcasing a selection of artworks by celebrated British and Chinese artists. The images of their works can be checked via Boundary Art’s website and official Facebook page, but it is recommended to view them in person to achieve more visual experience and emotional resonate. What’s more, viewing magnificent art works while having a cup of Chinese tea might be another good choice.

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Boundary Art's first promotional video - April 2015

The promotional video of Boundary Art has just released, featuring the opening party on 21st March, including the exhibited art works, artists' interviews, a quartet playing and the lively scene of the day.

Please check it out to find your presence, if you have missed the opening party, don' t miss the video again!

Video by Alex Priestley, Interviewed artists: Jon Prothero , Wil Stewart , Ping Gang Cheng. Other artists include Emma Cownie, Fran Williams , Amy Olds , Jan Phethean, David Stanley, Lorna Wilson, Paul Lewis.

Spring exhibition of Boundary Art & Tea Tasting Event - May 2015

This Thursday (14th May) Boundary Art held the launch event for spring exhibition ‘Vivid: the expression of vitality’. The group exhibition which tends to show artists’ experience and feeling of this visionary season invited various artists from both Britain and China, including Lynne Cartlidge, Ping Gang Cheng, Julian Davies, Patricia McParlin, Leyla Murr, Amy Vans and Mick Rafferty.

Chinese tea tasting event was held at the same time to match the ‘spring’ theme. During the delicate tea ceremony, dragon well (green tea), high mountain tea (Oolong tea), rosebud tea and jasmine tea were regarded as the most popular ones among all.

You are welcome to visit Boundary Art to view the works in person and taste spring tea in this vivid season.

New TV drama filming in Boundary Art - June 2015

On 11th June, a new drama series for TV channel S4C called 'Byw Celwydd' (living lies) was filming outside Boundary Art.

Boundary Art was chosen as a filming location due to the beautiful scenery of the quay and also the stunning exterior of the gallery building.

The drama is planned to air January 2016 and we are looking forward to witnessing how our art gallery look in this episode.

Art support for International Oil Painting Exhibition - July 2015

We are happy to announce that Ningbo Free Trade Zone International Oil Painting Exhibition 'Cross-over art+life' will start from 30th June to 10th July in Ningbo, China. Boundary Art participates as Art Support.

'Flow' --Summer exhibition of Boundary Art - August 2015

Last Saturday (1st August), more than 50 people gathered in beautiful Cardiff Bay to attend the third launch event of Boundary Art. The exhibition is named 'flow', as this time Boundary Art curates a seascape group show to establish a peaceful atmosphere and vibe during summer season.

This exhibition is showcasing ten emerging artists not only from UK, but also Germany and China, including Adrian Paul Metcalfe, CHerrill Everley, Gary Rees, Gigi Jones, Geoff Swindell, Joanne Last, Lisa-marie Tann, Liz Lloyd, Fintan Whelan and Ping Gang Cheng.

Please feel free to pop in to view how those artists express sea's different features in a variety of mediums, including painting, ceramics and calligraphy, while having a cup of proper Chinese tea.


Autumn/Winter Exhibition of Boundary Art - November 2015

Despite the Gale force winds and torrential rain there was a warm welcome for everyone who braved the elements to attend the Boundary Art Galleries preview event for their Autumn Exhibition on

Friday the 14th November .

BOUNDARY ART GALLERY is Cardiff s newest art space where visitors can view artworks and also enjoy a unique Chinese tea ceremony.

There is a mixture of art from China and Wales.

Welsh artists exhibiting include David Bellamy showing his wonderful watercolours of the Welsh landscape,

Kathryn Edwards and her oil on canvas  local scenes --- including the Gower, Cardiff castle and the New Theatre all painted with her own charictarmistic style.

Exciting new works by Cardiff artist Kevin Strong who has developed a series of work which shows leaves and mixed media together to produce stunning effects.

Also exhibiting is London based artist Allan Storer,originally from the Gower. Allan now is based in London and exhibits in galleries right across the capital.He specialises in large abstract works  using vibrant colours .

"This is definitely the best gallery space in Cardiff " Allan said on his first visit"and I wish the gallery great success in showing such a wide range of artworks from abstract to traditional meaning that there is something for everyone's taste" .

Other artists include Ping Gang Cheng, Howard Coles, Nick Davies, Joanne Last, David Brightmore and Bev Bell-hughes.

The current exhibition is on until Dec ember 31st.