THERE are three exhibitions at Narberth's Oriel Queen's Hall Gallery this month, opening today (Friday) and running until Saturday, November 20. In the main gallery is a touring exhibition from Ceredigion Museum called 'Ar Bapur', with three leading female artists from Wales, Ruth Jen Evans, Gwenllian Beynon and Luned Rhys Parry. Through paint, print and coloured pulped paper they explore the unique qualities of their homeland. Each has chosen to remain and work in their community, each uses the language of their home. They explore with courage and boldness their own history. Their work gives new meaning to the visual culture of Wales, but they communicate through an international visual language. Delightful images that are witty, colourful and thoroughly enjoyable. On the stairs the black and white photographs of David Wilson capture the beauty and the bleakness of Pembrokeshire. The wild windswept beaches of mid winter, the stark trees and derelict cottages and dramatic dawns on the Cleddau show the dramatic side of this beautiful county. Born in Haverfordwest this photographer has been inspired by the quality of light in Pembrokeshire - sometimes soft and subtle, often dark and brooding. In the cafe, also inspired by Pembrokeshire, from the rockpools of Pendine to the Preseli mountains, Shelly Morris, 'Siw Shell Felt' has created a beautiful exhibition which is a surrealist blend of Celtic imagery portraying the artist's creative journey through the medium of wool. Felting, as a medium proves an unusual and exciting way to create stunning pictures. Three excellent reasons to visit the Queen's Hall this month and be inspired! The hall is open 10 am - 5 pm most days, apart from Monday (tel. 01834 861 212).