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Celf Bethesda: Pamela Green, Jeremy Yates, Crochendy Bethesda Pottery

  • Ceramic,
  • Drawing,
  • Painting,
  • Sculpture


Pam works in her upstairs studio in her terraced house. Two doors away, Jeremy has a newly built studio in his garden. Both are accessed up steepish steps. Ian produces his pottery on the ground floor at Crochendy Bethesda Pottery.

Directions to studio

Approaching Bethesda on A5 from Bangor, Londis on right. 50 yds further on, opposite bus shelter, go up steep hill on left. Halfway up turn left into Mostyn Terrace to nos. 7 & 10.  Crochendy Bethesda Pottery is 200 yds further on A5 on the left. There is a free car park signposted to the left before the pottery that would give a short walk to all 3 studios.

Studio information

Family friendly Yes Wheelchair friendly No Parking nearby Yes Toilet access Yes Welsh Speaker Learners only. Work for sale Yes Price range Prices vary from £100 upwards for artwork, £6 upwards for pottery. Commissions accepted Yes Studio open by appointment throughout the year Yes

Contact & address Details

7 Mostyn Terrace, , Bethesda, LL57 3AB

01248 600579

Studio Opening Times

September 2017 Times: 11am - 5pm
  • Friday 1st
  • Saturday 2nd
  • Sunday 3rd
  • Friday 8th
  • Saturday 9th
  • Sunday 10th
  • Fri 15th
  • Saturday 16th
  • Sunday 17th
  • Friday 22nd
  • Saturday 23rd
  • Sunday 24th
Late Friday Times: 5pm - 7pm
  • Friday 1st
  • Friday 8th
  • Fri 15th
  • Fri 22nd

Pam's main interest is in the figure, with paintings, drawings and sculpture derived from life studies. Jeremy is well known for his landscape painting, but also produces portraits and figure paintings in a variety of media. Since moving to Bethesda in 2016, Ian has already gained a reputation for his affordable and varied thrown studio pots for all tastes.

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