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9 Awst 2017

Llyfr argraffiad cyfyngedig a phrint gan Jonah Jones fel rhodd o Gymru i dref yn Llydaw

Mumbles, the seaside village on the Gower edge of Swansea, has been twinned with Hennebont, a historic town of some 15,000 people in southern Brittany, since 2004 and the two communities have developed strong links and close friendships. In June 2017 a party from Mumbles Community Council (MCC) and the […]
17 Tachwedd 2016

Adolygiad o fywgraffiad Jonah Jones yng nghylchgrawn ‘Art and Christianity’

The Winter 2016 issue of Art and Christianity, the quarterly journal of Art & Christianity Enquiry (ACE), carries a full-page review of Peter Jones’s book Jonah Jones: An Artist’s Life. The reviewer, John Morgan-Guy, is Acting Chaplain at the University of Wales Trinity St David, Lampeter. “As an artist believing […]
26 Hydref 2016

Sgwrs am Jonah Jones yn Y Mwmbwls, Abertawe

On Friday 11 November Jonah’s son and biographer, Peter Jones, will be giving an illustrated talk titled ‘The Celtic Tradition in Art: The Life and Works of Jonah Jones’ at Norton Village Hall, 7 Norton Avenue, Mumbles, Swansea SA3 5TP. The talk for the Twinning Association of Mumbles will start […]
24 Hydref 2016

Scene & Word yn darganfod gwaith gan Jonah Jones yng Nghasnewydd a Stoke mewn cyflwr da

Too often Scene & Word has had to report on threats to the public work of Jonah Jones, or highlight cases of damage. So it is good to find instances of well-preserved work at churches that are not facing imminent closure. Members of the Board of Scene & Word Ltd […]
22 Hydref 2016

Plac yn Aberfan gan Jonah Jones yn ymddangos mewn papur dyddiol

The i newspaper on 22 October carried a photo of Prince Charles signing a book of remembrance for the Aberfan victims at the village’s community centre. Jonah Jones’s plaque commemorating the opening of the centre by the Queen in 1973 can be seen prominently behind the Prince of Wales. (Click […]
12 Mehefin 2016

Bygythiad i ddymchwel eglwys ym Morfa Nefyn gyda chelfwaith gan Jones Jones

The Church of the Resurrection of Our Saviour at Morfa Nefyn on the Llŷn Peninsula, which contains important artwork by Jonah Jones, has been included on a list of churches to be closed by the Catholic Diocese of Wrexham. Faced with falling congregations and the difficulty of recruiting new priests […]
22 Ionawr 2014

Colli ffenestri gan Jonah Jones mewn eglwys yn Rugby

The four large windows made by Jonah Jones for the Catholic Church of the English Martyrs at Hillmorton, in Rugby, Warwickshire, have been dismantled and the glasswork has now been lost for the future. Jonah made the dalle de verre (slab glass) windows during 1965–66. Each was 30 ft wide […]
22 Ionawr 2014

Golau newydd ar ymdarddiad Jonah Jones fel artist

A large cache of letters written by Jonah Jones during the years of the Second World War to his friend and mentor Mona Lovell has thrown new light on his emergence as an artist. Mona was the librarian at Felling public library on Tyneside, where Jonah got his first job […]
28 Awst 2013

Canolfan encil Jesiwitaidd gyda chelfwaith gan Jonah Jones i gau

Scene & Word has learned that the Loyola Hall Spirituality Centre at Rainhill on Merseyside, where the chapel contains important artwork by Jonah Jones, is to close after Easter 2014. During 1965–66 Jonah made a pair of large stained glass windows for Loyola Hall based on the “Immortal Diamond” image […]
28 Mawrth 2013

Dwy genhedlaeth, dau fyd

Mae erthygl gan Menna Baines yn Barn, Mawrth 2013, yn edrych ar ddwy arddangosfa oedd i’w gweld yn yr Amgueddfa Genedlaethol, yn tystio i ddawn a gweledigaeth dra gwahanol dwy genhedlaeth o’r un teulu yn y byd celf: yn perthyn i Jonah Jones yn Y Gair, ac i’w ferch, Naomi […]
30 Ionawr 2013

Arddangosfa Jonah Jones yn Amgueddfa Cymru

An exhibition surveying Jonah’s work, ‘Jonah Jones: Y Gair/The Word’, is on show in Gallery 13 at the National Museum of Wales until 7 April 2013. The show provides an introduction to Jonah’s output and explores his own statement that the Word in all its forms was central to his […]
30 Ionawr 2013

Sgwrs am Jonah Jones ym Mhrifysgol Bangor

Peter Jones is to deliver the annual T Rowland Hughes Lecture at Bangor University, giving an illustrated talk on the development of Jonah Jones’s visual art. The lecture, which is being supported by the North West Wales branch of the Art Fund, will take place in the Main Arts Lecture […]
30 Ionawr 2013

Adolygiadau o fywgraffiad Jonah Jones

Reviews of Jonah Jones: an Artist’s Life, the biography by Peter Jones (Seren Books, 2011, ISBN 978-1-85411-556-0), have been published in the New Welsh Review and Planet.
30 Ionawr 2013

Murlun yn cael ei dynnu i lawr a’i storio yn ddiogel

The wall sculpture Y Bont was successfully removed from the disused students’ accommodation at Coleg Harlech over the weekend of 23–24 June 2012, and has been securely and safely stored. The removal was carried out by an expert team from Swansea Metropolitan University under the direction of Architectural Glass Centre […]
30 Ionawr 2013

Cartref newydd i furlun Jonah Jones o Goleg Harlech

An article published online on BBC North West Wales News on 30 April 2012 also announced the proposed plan to move Y Bont to the adjacent redeveloped St David’s Hotel. It includes rare BBC TV archive footage about Jonah dating from 2002. Subsequent update: this proposal did not happen. The […]
30 Ionawr 2013

Cynllun i achub murlun o adeilad sydd i’w ddymchwel

An article published in the Cambrian News on 26 April 2012 announced a proposed plan to move Jonah Jones’s sculpture Y Bont from the condemned students’ block at Coleg Harlech to the redeveloped St David’s Hotel on a site adjacent to the college campus. Subsequent update: this proposal did not […]
23 Ionawr 2013

Lansiad bywgraffiad Jonah Jones a’r ‘Gregynog Journals’ yng Nghaerdydd

A party was held at the Kooywood Gallery in Cardiff on 3 February to launch Jonah Jones: an Artist’s Life and Jonah Jones: The Gregynog Journals. The biography, written by Peter Jones, was published recently by Seren Books. The Gregynog Journals, edited by David Townsend Jones, was published by Scene […]
23 Ionawr 2013

‘Golwg’ yn cyhoeddi adroddiad am fygythiad i weithiau cyhoeddus Jonah Jones

On 2 February the Welsh-language weekly magazine Golwg published an interview with Peter Jones about Jonah Jones’s life and work. The same issue carried a report on the campaign to find a new home for Jonah’s wall sculpture Y Bont at Coleg Harlech. Golwg quoted a spokesman for Bangor University […]
23 Ionawr 2013

Cyhoeddi bywgraffiad Jonah Jones gan gwmni Seren Books

The biography Jonah Jones: an Artist’s Life by Peter Jones has been published by Seren Books. It can be ordered on
5 Ionawr 2013

Amgueddfa Cymru i gynnal arddangosfa o waith Jonah Jones

The dates for a new exhibition, ‘Jonah Jones: The Word/Y Gair’, have been confirmed by the National Museum of Wales/Amgueddfa Cymru. The event will take place in Gallery 13 at the NMW between 8 December 2012 and 7 April 2013. The exhibition will be based around Jonah’s devotion to The […]
5 Ionawr 2013

Dathlu cymrawd Gregynog Jonah Jones mewn set gyflwyno

The following press release was issued by Gregynog Hall on 3 November 2011: A collectors’ presentation set, including a new book based on the journals of late Welsh artist Jonah Jones during his year as Gregynog Arts Fellow, has been presented to Gregynog Hall, near Newtown, by his family. The […]
4 Ionawr 2013

Symud croes bren o Lanelli i Ddinbych y Pysgod

A wooden rood cross carved by Jonah in the 1980s has been given a new home at St Mary’s Church, Tenby. The Christus Rex figure had been in St Alban’s Church, Llanelli, which closed earlier this year. The cross is now the focal point of the Garden of Tranquillity in […]
4 Ionawr 2013

Scene & Word yn ffair lyfrau UK Fine Press 2011

Scene & Word exhibited the collectors’ set ‘An Artist’s Life in Wales’ at the 2011 UK Fine Press Book Fair at Oxford Brookes University on 5–6 November 2011. Photographs: D T Jones.
4 Ionawr 2013

Erthygl am ‘The Gregynog Journals’ yn ‘Parenthesis’

An article by Jonah Jones’s son David Townsend Jones, who edited and produced Scene & Word’s first book, The Gregynog Journals, has been published in Parenthesis No. 20 (Spring 2011), the journal of the Fine Press Book Association. The article was commissioned by Sebastian Carter, UK editor and designer of […]
4 Ionawr 2013

Angen cartref i furlun Jonah Jones dan fygythiad

The future of the wall sculpture Avo Penn Bid Pont (which is more familiarly known as Y Bont), currently in the students’ refectory at Coleg Harlech, continues to cause concern due to the imminent demolition of the building in 2012. While there have been expressions of interest in relocating the […]
4 Ionawr 2013

Ailagor Llysoedd Barn yn Yr Wyddgrug

Jonah’s wall sculptures Justice and Mercy are at the centre of a complete refurbishment recently completed at Mold Law Courts, Flintshire. As part of the project the sculptures were repaired and the walls returned to their original duck egg blue colour as seen in slides taken by Jonah immediately after […]
17 Rhagfyr 2012

Darganfod gweithiau “anhysbys” gan Jonah Jones

Because Jonah did not keep a full log of all his artwork as he carried it out, many of his creations have slipped into relative obscurity and in effect await rediscovery. Tracing pieces by Jonah can be like detective work, drawing on references in letters or journals, fuzzy photographs and […]
15 Rhagfyr 2012

Rhaglen ‘Hidden Histories’ ac ‘Y Bont’

Episode 3 in the ‘Hidden Histories’ series for BBC Cymru Wales, produced by Element Productions in association with the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, will be shown on Tuesday 17 November 2009 at 7.30 pm on BBC Two Wales. It will include a feature on […]
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