The Oriel Myrddin Gallery in Carmarthen is hosting A New Niche for Nature by Anne-Mie Melis until October 15.
Focusing on the river Towy, and in particular the point at which land and water meet, Anne-Mie Melis highlights the precarious balance between rare and endangered plant species and invasive plants competing for survival and imagines a new environment or ‘niche’ in which plants might grow.
A New Niche for Nature is the fourth commission for flora, in collaboration with Oriel Myrddin. flora is a National Touring Exhibition curated by Oriel Davies and supported by Arts Council of Wales.
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