MONO – Black & White Exhibition - January - 2016

Boundary Art, Cardiff’s newest art space launched their first show of 2016 -- with a black and white theme. This MONO exhibition explores the connections and contrasts that exist between opposites, with work on view by local, national and international artists.

The preview was attended by exhibiting artists including Bill Chambers with woodcuts of Newport station and Ping Gang Cheng, from Shanghai with a series of Chinese ink paintings. Also attending the event were students and tutors from the University of South Wales who are working with Boundary Art on a collaborative photography project.

Earthenware paper clay exhibits by Dianne Horne a Cardiff based artist, drew a lot of attentions, as did the intriguing porcelain series by Zoe Preece.

Boundary Art is fast developing a reputation for dynamic and distinctive programming to support artists across the visual spectrum and from across wales and beyond. Visitors have the unique opportunity to browse original art works and to relax in their Chinese tea room. The exhibition runs until 1st March.


February - 2016

BOUNDARY ART, Cardiff's newest art space has formed an exciting partnership with the University of South Wales.

The gallery is working with students from the PHOTOGRAPHY for FASHION and ADVERTISING DEGREE COURSE on an innovative project which culminates with an exhibition of the students work in the end of May 2016.

Part of the projects aim is to involve local businesses as well as the general public in the Cardiff Bay area.

With this in mind the students set up a pop up studio in the gallery and then proceeded to use a charm offensive to have passers by come into the gallery and have their portraits taken .

The students also approached local businesses to photograph their interiors and their staff at work and had a very positive response.

The project culminates with an exhibition of the students work on view at the gallery from the end of May.

Beath of Nature – March- 2016

BOUNDARY ART GALLERY, Cardiff's newest art space,are delighted to announce that their latest exhibition

" BREATH OF NATURE " is now open and will run from Saturday 26th March until 30th April .

Many of the contributing artists attended the preview and their works explore different forms,using various mediums to express what they see and feel when as one with nature.

Paul Wearings stoneware ceramics drew a lot of attention  with their unique design and unusual aged look.

"And five winds blew "by  London based artist Hilary Barry was greatly admired.

Andrew Hardwick is exhibiting at the gallery for the first time and his works reflect his farming heritage in the Bristol area which has changed drastically with the passing of time. He uses paint ,earth and matter sometimes directly from his land.

Kerri Pratt is another of our exciting artists who has featured in the BBC series"Show me the Monet "

We look forward to welcoming you to enjoy the exhibition and sit with friends in the quiet calm of our Chinese tea room .

BOUNDARY ART GALLERY continues to show an eclectic mix of artworks by local and national artists, with a range of styles and techniques to suit everyone.

Vale of Glamorgan Artists


Exhibition of recent works

7th May 2016 – 21st May 2016 at Boundary Art


VOGA was started in March 1997 by five professional artists, living in the Vale of Glamorgan, with the aim of promoting:

•  The work of artists living and/or working in the Vale of Glamorgan.

•  Exhibitions, open studios and learning opportunities.

•  Greater awareness of the visual arts through increased contacts between artists, their work and the general public.

VOGA membership is restricted to those who live and/or work in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Membership is granted through a majority vote on the standard of work submitted by a prospective new member.

The current membership includes over 20 painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers, ceramicists, artists working in 3D and computer graphics.

VOGA exhibit regularly in the Vale of Glamorgan and South Wales area.

We are committed to community arts, working with local community groups each year.

ONE POINT FOUR is an exhibition showcasing the work of students on the BA (Hons) Photography for Fashion and Advertising course at the University of South Wales, an exciting collaboration between USW & Boundary Art. 

Through these images they display their individual perspectives and exploration of a wide range of subjects, communicated through fresh and vibrant imagery.

Boundary Art donated paintings and ceramics for the art auction, held by Admiral staff.

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Autumn Exhibition (2016) of Boundary Art

 The Mid-Autumn Festival is a harvest festival in China, which celebrates gathering, such as family and friends coming together and thanksgiving, to give thanks for the harvest, or for harmonious unions.

This time, Boundary Art combines our autumn exhibition with this Chinese festival to explore the connection of Welsh and Chinese culture.

We were holding this event before Christmas to show our gratitude for supporting us over the past year. Cheers everyone, we will work harder in 2017!