Do take a moment to view my ever expanding series of fine-art prints which cover a whole wealth of subjects reflecting my wide ranging love of the world around me. From ethnically inspired prints through wild or cultivated plants, people, places, castles, churches and cars. If you like snow or beads and bangles, tigers or rocks, shadows that persist when the object that cast them is long gone, or stunning photos of land art I’ve been commissioned by the National Trust in Britain to produce to grace their meadows there – then, surely, there is something here to delight you.
I’ve been working as a professional artist in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, West Wales (U.K.) since 1981 and from 2006 to 2009 studied for and completed my B.A. in Fine Art, with Honours, at Trinity University College, Carmarthen.
My work is eclectic and wide ranging but I delight in bringing the unseen in nature into sharp focus, especially in my paintings of bark and lichens. Though unfamiliar these works are, in fact, accurate reproductions of what nature almost hides from us. I’ve also worked with the National Trust in Wales on several occasions, running willow workshops (large scale outdoor pieces such as a 32’ (13 metre) willow dragon) and producing a piece of outdoor land-art (a Celtic Circle – please see the Photographs Gallery) for the grounds of Newton House, Parc Dinefwr Park, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, West Wales and another piece for Carmarthen County Council to stand in the town of Carmarthen itself. I hold several exhibitions each year throughout south and west Wales.
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After all these years I grow ever more passionate about my work – and I hope you will too.