kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
kyffin williams, drawing prize, rorik smith
Gold place
Skills Competition Wales Final 
 

Visual problem solving of a practical order.

 

A pleasure to participate in the final of this years painting and decorating competition. 

 

And a priviledge to have been awarded first place.

 

Thanks are due, as I hope to demonstrate.

Impossible
Library picture as Book cover 
 

Mark Jago, Nottingham based Philosopher, with a penchant for paradox chose Corporation St. for the cover of his forthcoming book The Impossible.

 

Available from the Oxford University Press, April 2014. 

 
New Blog: Verso
Behind the scenes in real time ish.
 

Questions, tangents, observations and conjectures encountered in the production of current work.

 

Inaugurated to coincide with and chart the development of the Trig point series.

 

UPDATE: the removal of my G+ profile may inadvertently have wiped the blogger account with which it was linked. 

Arts Council Backing
For Trig Point Series

 

The Arts Council of Wales provides support for 'professional artists in their early career who are establishing their practice in the professional arena', and for 'creative individuals of exceptional talent, to develop their artistic practice and take forward the art form'. 

 

Confirmation of their decision to back the trig point topgraphical series, sheduled for exhibition in 2015, is welcome news indeed.

 

Field Testing Plein Air Rig

 

Portable and flexible, this hands free drawing rig was developed to anticipate the demands of a proposed series of topographical work.

The chief technical advances consist of clips hooks and string. A personal and practical response to the elegant design of the hands free umbrella.



Testing continues.

Hanging at Old Town Hall



The Library and Archives panels join their respective counterparts, having been acquired by the Ceredigion Museum for the County Collection.



The work is on display at the recently refurbished Old Town Hall, home to the relocated Town Library and County Archives themselves, Aberystwyth.

 


People Chose
Archives, Marine Terrace

 

Thanks to everyone who voted in the Kyffin Williams Drawing Prize, People's Choice.



Voting closed on the 23rd of February 2013, with the Archives drawing at the fore of a compelling distribution curve.



Such support does not pass unnoticed,

nor without as personal a thank you as possible. Thank you.

Judges Bestow Surprise 

as Ex Libris awarded in Open



The well attended Private View was full of surprises, not merely those on the walls.



As Ex Libris was awarded the overall prize for works submitted in two dimensions.



A broad cross-section of a show, with some fine lines, well worth reading between.

Royal Cambrian Open 

Ex Libris makes the selection



Come along and indulge in the time honoured sport of spot the selection criteria in this exhibition of non-members work. All works will be available for sale on the collectorplan



Private View on Saturday the 12th of January, 14:30 at the Royal Cambrian Academy, Conwy.

Work [was displayed] until the 23rd of February. 

First Place in Drawing Prize
Student Category 

Professor Derec Llwyd Morgan, chairman of the Kyffin Williams Trust and Ivor Davies, president of the Royal Cambrian Academy, pictured opening the exhibition.



​Judge for yourself

People's choice via the online exhibition accompanying the show. [voting is now closed]

 

 



 

Archives Drawing Shortlisted 

for Kyffin Williams Drawing Prize 

An opportunity to view the work in person, at sight size, in an exhibition of contemporary drawing.



Private view on the 19th of October, when the results of the judging [were] announced.

Work [was displayed] until the 20th of January 2013 at the Oriel Ynys Môn, Llangefni, Anglesey.

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