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This year the Pwerdy Powerhouse in Llandysul, Carmarthenshire is having it’s first large summer art exhibition, where over 100 local artists, including myself, are exhibiting their artwork for a month. It’s the biggest art show west Wales has ever seen, and was opened by local girl and Welsh celebrity, Sara Edwards.

The exhibition is open Monday to Saturday, from the 4th – 31st August 2015, 10am – 5pm.

Powerhouse, Chapel Street, Pont Tyweli, Sir Gaerfyrddin / Carmarthenshire, SA44 4AH

Telephone: 01559 364820 – Email:

The Powerhouse in Llandysul

The Pwerdy/Powerhouse on Chapel street in Llandysul.

Entrance to the Powerhouse in Llandysul.

There is always a warm welcome.

George Chapman paintings

George Chapman paintings in the Foyer.

Chris Chalk art at the Powerhouse Llandysul

The main gallery space, full of amazing art by local artists here in Wales.

Chris Chalk art at the Powerhouse Llandysul

And looking in the other direction.

Art exhibition at the Powerhouse Llandysul

Head back out of the main space, there’s much more art to be discovered.

Powerhouse Llandysul art exhibition

The middle space, the place is chock-full of the most amazing artwork.

Summer exhibition Powerhouse

You can grab a coffee and sit on the deck overlooking the wonderful river Teifi.

art exhibition Llandysul

The second main gallery space.

paintings at the Powerhouse Pwerdy Llandysul

And looking back the way you came.

The river Teifi from the Powerhouse in Llandysul

The decking, where you can relax with a coffee/tea and watch the canoeists negotiating the river Teifi.


The Powerhouse was built between 1921-1929. Where three turbines were used to generate hydro-electricity from the River Teifi for Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli. This system didn’t last however, and the Powerhouse fell into disrepair and wasn’t used from 1948 to the 1980s, until a group of like-minded people from the communities of Llandysul and Pont Tweli started using the Powerhouse as a Community Centre and the Arts Centre.

Powerhouse Llandysul plaque history

If you can do pop into see the exhibition, which runs 4th – 31st August 2015, 10am – 5pm.

If you’ve missed this exhibition, pop in for a coffee anyway, it’s very informal, everyone is friendly and there is always a exhibition on to see.


Happy painting.



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Pwerdy Powerhouse Llandysul – Summer Art Exhibition