THE Spring Selection exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery (home to the Wales Contemporary) in Milford Docks has opened its 2020 programme with an exciting selection of new art and photographs from their gallery residents.

Demonstrating her skills with new oil paintings of stormy seas and interior landscape scenes Sandra Phillips contrasts with Ray Burnell’s small `plein air` seascapes.

Joanna Heneker’s fine water colour botanical studies so different from Lynn Parr’s highly coloured experimental mixed media work; traditional, representational watercolours of local scenes painted by Graham Hadlow feature whilst Helen Barrack demonstrates how she is enjoying creating new coastal acrylic scenes.

Award winning painter John Cahill continues with the intricate details of his large North Pembrokeshire landscape dominated work and Tina Lewis is showing her pre-occupation with people and animals in Pembrokeshire.

Barbara Price is represented with local acrylics influenced by her textile patchwork pieces and Ilona David continues with her joyful highly coloured figurative work by the side of the gentle coastal rock pools of Pauline Lathams’ textural mixed media pieces.

Completely new to the gallery is the work of Indira Mukherji with her atmospheric, haunting acrylics and traditional still life paintings from Mary Lace can be seen which sit alongside the whimsical bird studies of Rosemary Graham and blue stormy seas of Anne Kerr.

David Randell, the Gallery Director said: “We’re delighted to be showing so much varied local talent. It is a very varied show with something to delight and inspire most visitors to the Old Sail Loft whilst our new Craft Gallery on the Marina continues to go from strength to strength.”

The exhibition continues until April 25 and the gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am till 4.00pm and closed for lunch from 12.30pm till 1.30pm.