Artwork made by vulnerable people from all around Wales has gone on display in Cardiff. The charity which organised the exhibition says it's the only one of its kind in Wales. Some of the artists have experienced domestic abuse, homelessness, and mental health problems.
Three large L. S. Lowry canvases of Wales will be displayed together for the first time. They are among several of the artist's works to be exhibited at the Tate Gallery from tomorrow. The paintings form the climax of the Tate Gallery's exhibition on the artist.
An auction of paintings by Welsh artists "surpassed expectations", according to auction house Bonhams.
The sale, which took place in Chester on March 6th, saw a landscape by Sir Kyffin Williams fetch £32,450 - exceeding an estimate of £18,000 – 22,000.
"Most of the Kyffin Williams pictures went to great enthusiasts of his work, both in Wales and in the rest of the country" said a spokesperson.
"If you do want a very good Kyffin Williams landscape in this sale, you might be paying up to £20,000 or £30,000 for an example", Bonhams auctioneer Jeff Muse tells our Correspondent Carl Edwards.
"It is a lot of money, but I think what you get for your money is you get an iconic Welsh name, you get a work that will hopefully live with you for many years."
Paintings by some of the greatest Welsh artists will go on display in Cardiff today.
Work by iconic Welsh artists such as Sir Kyffin Williams, John Piper and Ceri Richards will be exhibited at the fine art auction house in the city centre.
Organisers say visitors will get a glimpse of what Wales is like through the eyes of the artists: "From the beautiful, wild ruggedness of north Wales mountainous landscapes to characters on the streets of Swansea, all of Wales is represented in oil paints, watercolour or drawings."
You can recognise his work from a single brush stroke. Sir Kyffin Williams - arguably Wales' most famous artist - died in 2006 and if anything, his reputation across the world has grown since then.
Now the gallery dedicated to his work in his home county of Anglesey have put on a unique show.
It's a room full of artwork you're never likely to see again - Oriel Ynys Mon in Llangefni are hosting a special exhibition of SIr Kyffin Williams' work.
But what makes it really special is the fact that they're all privately owned - drawn from collectors across the world - so if you can't make it to Anglesey, you can catch the exhibition tonight on Wales Tonight......
The most remote art gallery in Wales, perched on the cliffs above the Irish sea, is opening to the public this weekend. Access for those wanting to see the work is only possible via a steep rocky track. The exhibition is one of 55 on Anglesey opening this Easter.