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David Tress 2020 

Museum’s Fine Art, St James, London. November 7th – November 27th

David Tress in the studio, Haverfordwest, 2001

David Tress, ‘Land and Sea (Winter Spring)’, mixed media on paper, 52x64cm, 2018

David Tress drawings by Bernard Mitchell.

Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery, September 19th 2003.

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Mike Hill, Wildlife artist, illustrator, wood and metal sculptor.

Mike Hill studied Wild Life Illustration at Carmarthen Art College. He works from home with a studio overlooking Swansea Bay, where he regularly walks and gathers items washed ashore for his work. His studio is full of the natural history of Swansea Bay, enough to fill a museum and made a fascinating visit. Winner of the 2nd Prize in the Glynn Vivian Open 2019 with Swansea Beach Tar and Swansea Beach Plastic.

www.mikegwynhill.co.uk

R.S. Thomas, Poet.

Photographed while living at Llanfairyngornwy.

In Search of Angels.

A wreath of Celtic Angels with words by R.S. Thomas.

Dylan Thomas – Memento Mori Prints.

This series of six memento mori prints where made for the exhibition ‘The Great the Good and the Dead’ held at the Ceri Richards Gallery, Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea University in January 2003. Embedded in the prints are words from the Notebook poems of Dylan Thomas written, in his school exercise books at 5 Cwmdonkin Drive in the Uplands, Swansea. For this I must Thank Llew Thomas.

From top left,

1/ Browns Hotel Laugharne, Dylan and Caitlin’s table.

2/ The back bedroom, 5 Cwmdonkin Drive, The Uplands, Swansea.

3/ Cwmdonkin Park, looking across to Mumbles Head.

4/ The Death Mask, The Dylan Thomas Centre, Somerset Place, Swansea.

5/ 5 Cwmdonkin Drive, Uplands, Swansea.

6/ Tumbling Terraces, from The Uplands to the Sea.  

Glenys Cour – 4th March 2020

This photograph is of artist Glenys Cour of Mumbles, Swansea. Now 96 and still working every day. She is holding a fifty year old drawing, the final design for a stained glass window.