Pembrokeshire is a beautiful – and often wild – corner of the British Isles. It has inspired artists for generations and, so many artists have settled here, that the County has acquired a reputation for being home to the greatest concentration of visual artists in Wales.

Haroldston House aims to showcase the work of 20th-century Welsh and Wales-based artists – including Graham Sutherland and John Knapp-Fisher – as well as those of contemporary visual artists living and working in Pembrokeshire today, such as James Campbell and Adam Buick.

Haroldston House also hosts the work of proprietor Ian McDonald, whose black-and-white ink drawings and colourful screenprints adorn the walls.


Only 3 miles away, St Davids is home to the County’s only international-class art gallery, Oriel y Parc, which regularly features the work of Pembrokeshire-inspired practitioners such as Graham Sutherland, Ceri Richards and Cedric Morris.