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Towy Valley, Carmarthenshire - Cynth Weyman

Carmarthenshire Castles & Rivers’ series celebrates the colours and shapes in water, rocks and special atmospheric climatic events.

For this series, I visit the area several times, record compositions and reference details in sketches and photography followed by interpretation in the gallery and studio. I aim to capture forms, shapes, colours and atmosphere.

 

 
The Towy Valley river and castles in Carmarthenshire inspire atmospheric landscape pictures.

‘Bertha’s Storm’ in Carmarthen 2015 woke me from my sleep to paint it at 4am to capture those extraordinary changes in cloud formations and atmospheric colours. Yes, I even paint during the night at times.

‘Romantic Dryslwyn Castle’ reminds folk of courting days – yes, some blush too. The Llanelli Millenium Coastal Park illustrates how humans can devise an environment – one that is almost sculptural so holds a tenuos atmpsohere but one that is loved by its healthier users.

Artworks and fashion pieces can only be purchased through me direct at my own gallery, studio or when I am running an Artist in residency at major galleries, theatres, gardens and attractions.

My website offers you a taste of what’s to come when you visit the exhibitions. Artworks in paint and fabrics can be purchased singly or in collections. Commissions are also welcome.

When you visit the gallery in Carmarthen, we can share ideas related to your interior décor, rooms, outfits, colour schemes. Also, how to save money in the long term so that an artwork or one of ‘my posh scarves’ really works for you. They become your future investments, saving you money and effort in the long-term.  I provide a Certificate of Authenticity for an original artwork purchased alongside a Protection Tips Sheet. 

Browsing is always encouraged. So why not pop inside the gallery.

As some visitors say" ‘I could spend all day in here… it’s a real treat for the eyes…an adventure in colour’.

A warm welcome awaits / Croeso cynnes.