An award-winning contemporary artist, raised in Haverfordwest, has opened a new exhibition at Haverhub.

On May 23, Caitlin Flood-Molyneux opened ‘Going Away In Order To Return’, an exciting exhibition featuring a new body of work that deals with the artist’s recent journeys, both geographically and mentally.

Caitlin says there’s a confidence to this work: “It feels like this is me and this is who I am, and this is the way I paint so deal with it…”

The exhibition is curated by Paisley A Randell, a fellow graduate of the MA course at the School of Art and Design at Cardiff Met and Director of Cardiff Umbrella.

Randall says: “Caitlin’s paintings confront her individual and artistic struggles in Wales, navigating familial challenges, loss, and the complexities of queerness. Each piece is a testament to resilience and introspection.”

Alongside the exhibition, workshops with local groups will empower participants to make their own artworks inspired by their memories and experiences.

The exhibition will be on view until June 26 at Haverhub, situated at the old Post Office on Haverfordwest’s historic Quay Street.