Tag Archives: Anglesey

Foiled by the virus!!

In April I was supposed to be taking part in a pop-up exhibition at the lovely Plas Bodfa, an old country house in Anglesey. I worked hard on creating an installation, which unfortunately had to be postponed at the last … Continue reading

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Ancient Copper Landscapes…

Recently I’ve been sketching and painting at Parys Mountain on Anglesey, a desolate area where copper has been mined since Roman times, leaving interesting staining and bleaching on the landscape.  It is colour and form that interests me most at … Continue reading

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Experiments in gold leaf

Oof!  My exhibition at Oriel Ynys Mon (click here) on Anglesey still has a month to run.  It’s been hard work, as pictures sell off the walls to all the tourists who pass through there, so I’ve been painting like … Continue reading

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Exhibition at last ready…

What a week!  Finishing, framing, mirror plating and wrapping 40 pictures for my exhibition at Oriel Ynys Mon Long Gallery, at Llangefni, Anglesey.  This represents about two years’ work, watching and drawing seabirds in the UK and the Falkland Islands. … Continue reading

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Guillemot time

I had a super visit to South Stack on Anglesey a week or so ago.  It was a good time to go as it was late in the season, and the fledglings had left the nest, so there were a … Continue reading

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Work continues!

Good news at Camp Samuel, as I am going to have a solo exhibition next March!  This means lots of work however on my current Little Tern project, as the venue holds 40 or so pictures, currently I seem to … Continue reading

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