Queen Street Gallery is a contemporary, independent art gallery in the centre of Neath, South Wales. We have a first-floor exhibition space, staffed by a curator, which will show a programme of exhibitions. Additionally, there will be exhibitions by both individuals and groups in a variety of media and a programme of workshops. The gallery also has a shop area where you can buy mixed media artworks, cards, prints, ceramics, textiles and fine jewellery by some of the country’s leading designer makers. If you would like to find out please visit the Exhibitions and Workshops pages, find our location or contact us.

To keep up-to-date with the gallery's activities, please register as a Friend of Queen Street Gallery to receive regular information and invitations to private views.

If you are interested in exhibiting at Queen St Gallery, please download, complete and return this pdf application form below

Application Form

Past Exhibitions

Surface by Design - 5th to 27th October, 2018

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Peter and Carole Evans

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The artistic talents of husband and wife team, Peter and Carole Evans are largely self-taught, they attended classes at the University of Wales under the guiding hand of inspirational teacher, Mike Freeman, whose influence is strongly evident in their work.

There is an immensely appealing, whimsical quality to the work of both artists, and a natural appreciation of colour and tone. Undeniably Welsh painting in their subtlety and understatement they are also narrative pictures, closely observed cameos of everyday life in which they clearly delight in producing.

Both artists were born in Neath and both have exhibited throughout Wales, London and The Cotswolds.

A Lifetime of Colour – Lynnford Jones - Solo Exhibition

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Queen Street Gallery are delighted to present a large-scale exhibition of works by Lynnford Jones. This exhibition centres on Lynnford’s uninhibited use of bright, riotous colour explorations in a variety of media including painting, ceramics and collage. Most of the paintings in this exhibition can be described as ‘Abstract Expressionism’, the remainder as Neo-figurative with ‘Expressive’ intent. All are the result of many years of effort and study.

Lynnford Jones