Gŵyl Afon Ogwen River Festival 2018

Leaves are turning yellow and red, curling up and falling little by little – yes, it’s that time of the year again:

Celf yn y coed

Gwyl Afon Ogwen, the Ogwen River Festival in Bethesda North Wales, is happening next Saturday. I am taking part again in Parc Meurig:

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Polymorph (study)


I am working on three rolls of canvas that will hang loosely from the trees (if all goes to plan! Please please rain and wind, stay away from the woods for one day).

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Preparation of surface

Please come if you can! All of the artists will be waiting for you on Saturday the 29th from 10am till 5pm, rain or shine!

Polymorph Blue (detail)

Moma Machynlleth Open Exhibition 2018

It’s a bit late that I am talking about this open exhibition which was open until the 30th of August. My work In Limbo 1 was accepted :

In Limbo 1 (sold)
©In Limbo 1 (2018) Acrylic and Shellac on canvas

And when coming back from holiday I heard that my painting sold. So bye bye In Limbo 1, I am sure you are in a good home now!

Private View

The private view and official opening of the exhibition Woman to Woman: A Kaleidoscope of Art Made by Women last Friday was a success.


Louise Morgan‘s gallery was packed with lovely people.  The techniques used by the artists are diverse, paintings, mixed media, drawings, sculptures, artist book and short video installation.


The exhibition will run until the 11th of May in Galeri 45: 45A, High Street, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 1NRDSC01077


Woman to Woman: A Kaleidoscope of Art Made by Women

Thanks to Louise Morgan from Galeri 45 for inviting me to her project Woman to Woman: A Kaleidoscope of Art Made by Women, a group exhibition featuring female artistsflyer cote a cote. The exhibition will open on  the 7th of April and will run until the 11 of May 2018.

About the exhibition: The exhibition celebrates the diverse range of art made by women in North Wales. Female artists were invited to produce art work related to their own personal experience of being a woman, or about woman’s life.


Sonja Benskin Mesher. Gilly Thomas, Pea J. Restall, Jan Gardner, Susan Mary Williams, Valerie Land, Diana Baur, Clarrie Flavell, Pamela Green, Géraldine Swatridge, Catherine Taylor Parry, Jocelyn Roberts, Louise Morgan, Sarah Whiteside, Lee Green , Gillian Snape,  Ardra Udayan, Susan Ellis and Jenny Black.

Galeri 45 A High Street, Bangor Gwynedd, Wales LL57 1NR