Posts Tagged ‘Anglesey’

Exhibition catalogue. X-10 Pŵer yn y Tir/ Power in the Land. Editors: Helen Grove-White and Annie Grove-White. Published by X-10, 2016. Ysbyty Ifan (St. John’s Hospital) is a remote and beautiful hamlet in North Wales. The surrounding landscape feels like Icelandic tundra, or moonscape. In the summer, the expansive mountaintop flickers with the white fluff […]

Ynys Llanddwyn


A walk along Newborough Beach yesterday and around Ynys Llandwyn. The warmth of an end of summer wind wrapping itself around the sweep of the bay. Black volcanic cragginess against the sharp seagrass. It was a brisk walk along the sand and onto the crushed shell paths of the island. The skyline dominated by the […]

The following photographs are by Ellie. The beach at Newborough on Anglesey is one of my favourite places. The day was not promising, heavy clouds and slate grey sky. The gentle sweep of the bay leads to the Island, a peaceful contemplative place, inhabited by ponies, grasshoppers, butterflies and beetles. Sitting down in one of […]

Mesmeric is my word for today. This bloody wordpress app for ipods keeps losing everything I write. I spent all morning making notes on it and they just disappeared. Visited Ceri Hand Gallery this morning to see Bedwyr Williams exhibition Nimrod. That is very special, like entering an alternative universe. Bedwyr’s work has a rye […]