Michael Freeman

Welsh/Cymraeg

Main Gallery

Work celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Aberystwyth Printmakers

Mary Lloyd Jones
Albuquerque 1
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The fully illustrated catalogue showing the prices of all the work in the main gallery is available to view here.

Stairs

Aberystwyth Printmakers exhibition continues here

Stuart Evans
John and Naomie Beattie
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Main gallery 3D area

Assorted ceramics and jewellery by students and well-known artists

Oriel Fach

7 March to 25 April

The Stations of the Cross

 

Michael Freeman painted his stations of the cross between 1976 and 1978. They were painted to focus contemplation on the subjects referred to, not to illustrate them. The changing colour and, in one case, the absence of the motif in the top part of the picture is significant.

He does not like the way that religious figures are normally portrayed and does not want to dictate to others how he sees them, so he chooses to convey his feelings through abstract imagery that people can interpret in their own way, through their response to colour, shape and texture.

Jesus condemned

Jesus takes up the Cross

The First Fall

Jesus meets His mother

Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus carry the Cross

The Sudarium of
St Veronica

The Second Fall

Daughters of Jerusalem
weep not for Me

The Third Fall

Jesus is stripped of
His garments

The nailing to
the Cross

The Crucifixion

The Deposition

The Entombment

 

Michael Freeman, visionary painter, draughtsman, printmaker and adult educationalist, was born in 1936 in Swansea. Having always lived near the sea, he finds that the rhythm of the tides deeply influences his work and outlook.