Andrew Fusek Peters has spent five years travelling round the UK to document and celebrate British butterflies.
British Wildlife Photography Awards 11
Celebrating the eleventh British Wildlife Photography Awards, this stunning collection will showcase over 250 of the winning and shortlisted images from the 2023 competition.
A uniquely personal and charming collection of 53 original artworks depicting life in rural Wales from 1930-1944, painted retrospectively from memory by artist Eironwy Llewellyn whilst in her seventies.
Portraits of Tibet
This collection of 108 portrait images documents several journeys made by photographer Diane Barker to become immersed in the everyday lives of the ancient nomadic people of Tibet – one of the last great surviving nomad communities in the world.
A Love Affair with Peonies
Driven by a passion for horticulture from a young age, RHS Chelsea Gold Medal-winner Alec White shares his extensive expertise and personal experience in this illustrated celebration of the peony.
Bird's Eye London 2nd edition
A showcase of stunning aerial photography by Paul Campbell, revealing new perspectives of London and its famous landmarks. Over 150 single and double-page images of the city feature in this updated second edition, each revealing a new perspective of this iconic city and its landmarks.
Pembrokeshire: David Wilson 2022 edition
From the rolling Preseli Hills to its dramatic cliff-top coastline, Pembrokeshire both excites and enthrals with a sense of timeless beauty. And yet there is also a story to be told, one of meaning and of ancestry, which acclaimed landscape photographer David Wilson brings to life through his remarkable black and white images.
Join David as he explores his native county through 58 stunning images and discover for yourself what the landscape really looks like.
Wonders of the Celtic Deep
'This is British wildlife off the coast of Wales shot in 4k, and it will totally blow you out of the water.’ - Dale Templar
A unique environment created by the confluence of three oceanic and climatic zones, the Welsh coast and its waters teem with life and diversity, documented here as never before.
As COVID-19 struck, the nation found itself humbled by the selfless attitude displayed by NHS staff across the UK. People clapped, drew rainbows, provided food – anything to show appreciation for those whose working day meant exhaustion, the risk of life-threatening illness and constant emotional stress. But as one wave ended, the second wasn’t far behind…
Bird's Eye London
A showcase of stunning aerial photography reveals a perspective of the iconic capital as rarely seen before.
A stunning sequence of 34 abstract artworks, each taking their inspiration from the poetry of former UK poet laureate
Ted Hughes (1930–1998) and the evocative setting of the Yorkshire moors.
Body Rock Sand by Ian Jacob
Body Rock Sand is the fruition of an idea generated in Ian Jacob’s mind over fifty years ago by the gift of a book of photographs by French master Lucien Clergue. The interplay of skin, sea and sand in its evocative images captured his imagination and never truly faded.
Kyffin Williams by Qing Chao Ma
Dr. Qing Chao Ma’s new study incorporates Kyffin Williams’s full range, from his inspirational landscapes and seascapes in oil to watercolours, linocuts and portraits.
Art for Wales by David Moore
Founded in 1992 to advance public education in and appreciation of the arts by the display of fine works of art, the Derek Williams Trust now works in close cooperation with National Museum Wales, collecting post-19th century fine and applied art.
Follow the remarkable story of Derek Williams's gift to Wales.