The Works Mural

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Nature mural in Ebbw Vale for the Gwent Wildlife Trust

Beekeeper mural

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Honey bee on forget-me-nots After months of lockdown arts projects i finally managed to get out in to the real world and do something not digital. This little mural is for Terry Hill, who keeps bees and sells fantastic honey and cut comb. I'll…
Jay with vole and fly agaric

Parc Penallta Education Centre Artworks

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I had a fab time at Parc Penallta creating a 360 degree mural and educational artworks. I'll write about it in more detail one day. However I've just stumbled across this blog post from the lovely people at Luximprint who donated a fly's eye…

Cwtsh artwork

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After many months working on developing the artwork for the entranceway to the Cwtsh Arts Centre in Newport, it was finally unveiled at the end of November. All the plaques are casts taken from pressing various flora into clay. I used Cassini’s…

Barry Community Garden artwork

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Another art conundrum: Paint a metal container to brighten up a beautiful community garden in Barry. Sounds easy? Hmm. It needs sanding and priming and then needs to be designed and painted by young children on…

Munduruku Tribeswoman Portrait

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Here's another portrait in my series. All the paintings are to be donated to Amazon Beat to raise money for the Munduruku Tribe. The original is by Julia Moreas

Afon-y-Felin School Nature Murals

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Finishing off the Kenfig project The final stage of the Kenfig mural was for me to install these hand painted vinyl stickers. All of the creatures are important species found at Kenfig NNR. Many of the creatures on the stickers are repeated on the main mural on the visitors centre, including; great crested newt; emperor moth; dark green fritillary; and poplar beetle. It is hoped that the stickers will help reinforce the pupil's knowledge and interest in the unique habitats around Kenfig. All the stickers were painted in acrylics by pupils from years 3,4,5 & 6 from the school. I added the drop shadows after the installation to give them a bit of 'pop'.