Easily identifiable as a Welsh Valley scene….but where? Had a few wild guesses but nothing really positive. Framed in Ash 45 mm wide, painted grey (what else?)
Neat bit of calligraphy full of affection…..swept frame with some added ‘modern‘ distress
We have a problem.
Mi’chal, has broken her arm.
This reduces the output potential considerably.
So, from May 2nd for a week or two ……..
opening hours will be reduced to 08:30 until 14:00 Tuesday to Friday and until 13:00 on Saturday.
Closed Monday as usual.
More from Viki at vikicartoons.com Take a look at her site for imaginative and clever stuff. Often its big too which increases the impact.
This image needed four pieces of wood to make a frame. I had to make it. Not complex but it had to be thought through, measured and assembled.
The image of the skeleton has at least 206 pieces in its frame. Can you believe that there are people that believe those 206+ bones and all the complex tissues and other parts that it encases put themselves together? They suggest it is a system without a designer. Some even say the idea came out of a mud puddle in some form of gluey substance and then over millions and millions of years somehow decided it wanted to become a living human with emotions and skills.
And they teach it as fact. Really? Yup even in universities. Mind you , they do argue about it a lot.
1990. I did a three day stand at a Home and Crafts show in Margam Abbey Orangery. A good experience.
Sian’s work mainly depicts scenes of Welsh countryside and beaches, cliffs and mountains. Somehow a photograph fails to capture the life and zest that is there in her paintings. From time to time we will feature her work here on our site and let you know where future showings of her work will be.