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Nestled in the heart of the Strumble Head Peninsula, surrounded on one side by the Irish Sea and on the other by the Pembrokeshire National Park, Workshop Wales Gallery is a powerful and moving place to see Art. The Gallery was founded in 1970 by John and Lel Cleal and has been at the forefront of the contemporary Art scene in Wales ever since. John was a well recognised and acclaimed Artist in his own right, and set the very high standards that have become synonymous with Workshop Wales.

In 1997 after 26 years of running the business, John and Lel retired leaving the Business to their son Mitchell, also an Artist, who has carried on the tradition of showing highly skilled original works of Art. Throughout the 40 or so years history, the family run Gallery has been influential in promoting and stimulating the awareness and creativity of Art.

Every two years the Gallery hosts an exhibition to promote a selected individual Artist's work, usually for a two week show in May. The rest of the time, there is an ever changing and exciting mixed show of indoor and outdoor Sculpture, Painting's and Ceramics. Showing an eclectic mix of both 2D and 3D work by over 50 acclaimed Artist's, Craft's people and Ceramicists and situated in it's serene and unique setting, a visit to the Gallery is a feast for the senses.

Opening times

Workshop Wales Gallery is open Easter---30th September from 10 am---5pm, Tuesdays to Saturdays.

Although normally closed on Sundays and Mondays, the Gallery is open on these days over Bank Holiday weekends.

Find Us


Workshop Wales Gallery,
SA65 9QA

Tel: +44 (0) 1348 891619