ELECTED IN 1993
Jeremy Yates served as RCA President, and is the current RCA Vice President. He studied at Stafford, Brighton and Chelsea colleges of art between 1963-8; taught and worked in London before moving to live and work in Bethesda (1977). He taught art, with Dept of Lifelong Learning (University of Bangor), art history on Bangor Art Foundation course, art history with Workers Education Association. Residential art tutor at Snowdonia National Park Studies Centre and with Field Studied Council (Betws-y-coed). Exhibited with RI, RWS and Mall Galleries Annual Open Exhibitions1980s/1990s); shown at various galleries in and outside Wales.
"I am a painter of landscapes and figure, working in oils, acrylic and watercolours, and recently in the medium of etching. Other interests/pursuits include local archaeology,researching and curating exhibitions of historical art."