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This group show, with the theme Botanic opens on 9th July. I have 20 pictures included: many of them are from sketchbooks of my garden, and others from France.                              
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The drawings were made during three days of dress rehearsals in May of this year. As well as the music, this new production was visually amazing. The drawings have been made into a book 7.5 x 5.5 inches, 24 pages, stiff cover, and are £20 + £1.50 p&p. Available from me, contact haines_studio@hotmail.com         Save...
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My studio at Brynmorris will be open from 11 to 5pm on these days. I’m sharing the space with Dick Evans (original prints and watercolours) and Helen Taylor Gilbert (batiks): As well as my new works, there will be numerous unframed sketches, collographs and monoprints. Prices from £50       And my garden looks amazing! Look forward...
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I have a selection of paintings reproduced as cards and prints, available in the studio or by post. These are also available in The Golden Sheaf Gallery in Narberth.  Preseli Sketchbook This is an A5 book, 28 pages of drawings and watercolours selected from some 40 years of painting in the Preselis. Price £20 +£2...
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  These are just a few of the new paintings which I showed at the Kooywood Gallery in June. The gallery is at 8, Museum Place, Cardiff, and is open Tuesday-Saturday 11.30 to 6 pm. They now have a selection of work in the Gallery – phone Rhian on 02920 235093
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Review of Exhibition at Oriel Q 2004 The miniature is not normally the chosen mode of a landscape painter, but here it has reached far and achieved the status of a religious icon – work for serious contemplation. They are almost jewels. For someone who puts too much in too large a canvas, this is...
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For the last fortnight of October, Dick and I travelled to Avignon and St Remy de Provence; we drew every day. We visited was the Asylum of St Paul de Mausole, where Van Gogh was a patient for a year in 1889-90, and where he completed over a hundred paintings. This was an extraordinary and moving experience....
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I must have watched the first episode of Kate Humble’s Wild Shepherdess at least a dozen times, so absorbed did I become in the story of these heroic people. I sometimes think that a Preseli hill farm is wild in the winter – in January the Highland cows had icicles hanging from their ears – but that was nothing to...
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Workshop with the Dragon School post exam group, April 23rd 2013 The theme of this workshop, in my series Philosophy through Art, was the question ‘What is an Artist?’ We started by asking the question ‘What is Philosophy?’ ‘It’s about asking questions to which there aren’t really any answers….’ was one immediate response; then, in...
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