My next show heads off in a van to Bristol today.
Called 'The Great Welsh Journey', this very special event is a one-off collection of landscape paintings, drawings and postcards from a journey around the Principality.
Rainclouds over Llandudno Pier (Mixed Media 29 x 24)
I went on a trip round Wales in September last year, from Llandudno and Anglesey in the north, through Snowdonia (very wet!!), down to Aberyswyth and the coast, Fishguard, across Pembrokeshire, Tenby, Swansea, round and round the Gower Peninsula, and then across to Neath, Merthyr Tydfil and the Black Mountains to Brecon. All the while, through sunshine and showers, my trusty camera was on hand!
Rhossili Bay (Oil on linen, 32 x 48)
It's a really exciting show, as it was a chance to do something a bit different, with a real mixture of work in different media. I'm hoping it will give a flavour of the excitement of documenting a journey and discovering a place. As well as oils, I've used acrylics and mixed media drawings to give a sense of this fluid, quick response to a landscape.
Clouds over Wolf Castle (Acrylic on card, 10 x 10)
The postcards were also very nice to do, as they're almost like postcards to myself about the journey, and their size means that they look really cute.
Bwlch (Oil on postcard, 5 x 7)
The exhibition also includes works by Welsh artists such as Vivienne Williams. There's a 'meet the artists' preview (I'll be there) on Saturday 28 April 11am - 4pm at the Lime Tree Gallery, 84 Hotwell Road, Bristol BS8 4UB. All welcome!