Over two July weekends a Pembroke Dock studio is ’all at SEA’ - hosting a summer exhibition of art by five Pembrokeshire-based artists and photographers.

The A J Ludlow Watercolour Painting-Café, on St Patricks Hill, Llanreath, joins the Open Studios programme as part of the Summer Exhibition of Art (SEA), organised by a group of volunteer artists from Pembroke Dock and Haverfordwest.

The Painting-Café’s gallery and studio will be open 11am-3pm on July 5-7 and July 12-14, where visitors can connect with the artists, hearing what inspires them and purchase their artwork directly. The exhibition features an eclectic array of artwork - from vibrant paintings to thought-provoking illustrations and captivating photographs.

The following artists and photographers will be exhibiting:

Meiru Ludlow, a self-taught watercolourist painting landscapes, flowers and ordinary things found everywhere. She also runs regular painting classes at the Painting-Café.

Angie James, a well-known local author and illustrator mainly in watercolours and inks, which she makes from plants and rocks.

Alan Merrett, a local wildlife photographer, living in Pembrokeshire for over 50 years. Alan's images capture the essence of Pembrokeshire's rich biodiversity, a treasure trove for nature enthusiasts.

Yulan Liu will demonstrate the traditional Chinese brush art allowing guests to observe and gain insights into her techniques and inspirations.

Andrew Ludlow paints in oils as well as watercolours, the medium he is well known for. A member of Royal Watercolour Society of Wales, he is creator of the A J Ludlow Professional Watercolour products, made in Llanreath and available online or through the Painting-Café’s shop.

For full details of the Painting-Café’s art weekends see the website, find ‘Ludlow Colours’ on Facebook, or telephone 01646 687 687.