17 October 2020
RWA Annual Open Exhibition 2020
Tea at Waterstone’s has been accepted for inclusion in the Royal West of England Academy of Art’s Annual Open Exhibition 2020. The exhibition will be open to the public between 21 November 2020 and 7 March 2021.
12 May 2020
Toilet roll gallery
In the early days of the coronavirus lockdown toilet rolls became scarce. The problem later eased. With the help of empty rolls from her own house and generous gifts from others, Carys started to paint – birds, insects, toys and other subjects – on their surface. She made one painting every day, and now her collection of contemporary arte povera is complete. This work makes up, to some extent, for the cancellation of the Taith ‘House of Early Delights’ show at this year’s Laugharne Festival, itself a victim of the virus.
The toilet rolls will enter the ‘Covid art’ collection of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales in October 2020.
Carys and the toilet rolls were featured on S4C’s magazine programme, Heno, on Friday 29 May 2020, and in the Western Mail om Saturday 4 July 2020:
7 June 2018
On Thursday 7 June in the Mission Gallery, Swansea, Delyth & Angharad launched their brilliant new CD, Llinyn arian. The CD’s cover features artwork by Carys, including a picture of the two musicians and their instruments.
30 September 2017
Carys’s next solo show will be in the Kooywood Gallery, Cardiff. It begins with a private view on Sunday 5 November 2017 between 2:00pm and 4:00pm, and will continue till 2 December.
17 July 2017
Attic Gallery summer group show / Gower Gallery
Carys has three paintings in the Attic Gallery’s Summer Group Show in Swansea, which continues until 9 September 2017.
You can usually find smaller works in the Gower Gallery, Mumbles.
26 September 2016
Solo exhibition in Taliesin
Carys has her first solo exhibition in the Ceri Richards Gallery, Taliesin, Singleton Campus, Swansea University, between Saturday 24 September 2016 and 29 October 2016. The show coincides with the Swansea Festival.
‘Swansea International Festival returns to the city next weekend, and one of the artistic highlights promises to be the first solo exhibition from the Swansea artist Carys Evans.’
South Wales Evening Post, 22 September 2016
‘Mae gen i ddwy chwaer, mi es I ysgol ramadeg i ferched, dwi wedi dysgu plant bach gan weithio gyda’u mamau ac mae gen i ddwy ferch fy hun – felly merched ydy fy mywyd yn llwyr, ac rwy’n cael fy nenu at eu paentio.’
Golwg, 22 Medi 2106
25 August 2015
CASW Annual Report 2014
29 May 2015
Kooywood Gallery exhibition
The Kooywood Gallery in Museum Place, Cardiff is staging a new exhibition of paintings by Carys Evans. The show is a joint one with the painter Elizabeth Haines, and is open from Thursday 4 June till Saturday 27 June 2015. All the works included are for sale.
You can see Carys and her works in the Kooywood on the S4C television programme Prynhawn Da, 18 June 2015 (available till 23 July on S4C’s Clic service).
21 May 2015