IT'S SUMMERTIME, and though we may already have had our quota of sun for the year - the Welsh valleys won't stay green without help, you know - the current crop of summer exhibitions is showing no sign of fading.

The Summer Show at the Albany Gallery started last week and provides an ever-changing kaleidoscope of landscape and colour. There's work by Sir Kyffin Williams, Josef Herman, Ivor Davies, Stan Rosenthal, and Valerie Ganz among others, all contributing part of the jigsaw which makes up modern Welsh landscape art.

All the work is for sale, at prices ranging from £50 to a few thousand, and if you're looking for something from the more affordable end of the market there's also work by Des Hawkins, Gareth Thomas, William Selwyn, Maggie Driscoll Williams, Helen Dare and Lucy Graham. Mike Jones's unmistakably Welsh figure studies rub shoulders with Judith Moy's haunting still-life and landscape work, and there's even jewellry by gifted young designer Victoria Feam. A small selection of work by the late Will Roberts will also be part of the show.

The Summer Show at the Albany Gallery, Cardiff, contiues until the end of August.