In the darker days of winter it’s so good to have some art on the wall that dispels the greys and shouts out the colours. This oil measures 1100 x 850mm and will do that for it’s owners. We simply stretched it onto a frame and from being just a roll it became a cheerful image.
This signed cricket bat was an out-of-season piece of framing work..
Lockdown has again interupted the work flow but not before this large and damaged frame came in for some attention. In view of the size it has to be done outside.
Another work from Sian (sianmcgill.com) one of many she is exhibiting in North Wales (somewhere) through most of August 2019. Uncomplicated English Ash frame with a grey wash that lets the grain show through, mounted with a 35mm border on Soft White.
Mumbles Pier has an area of rooms given over to exhibiting art.
Called Little Stone Gallery (see Facebook). The show of work by Adrian Hughes is a must-see! On the opening night as a surprise for him a family brought along their father, a farmer from Lampeter. Seeing his portrait was some surprise and turned him into the celebrity visitor of the evening.