Saturday, 21 January 2012

Court Cupboard Gallery. pictures

Ysgyryd Fawr (Big Skirrid) behind the gallery
Some work from courses run here (sugarcraft, painting,ceramics,basketmaking....)
Daffodils from the garden at Sioni Rhys Textiles
ceramics- Gwynneth Rixon . painting - David Haswell
Sioni Rhys Textiles from Pandy (which means fulling mill in Welsh) just north of the gallery
Y Fal (the Sugar Loaf) peeping over the top
looking down the lane towards Blorenge mountain

11 comments:

The Cranky Crone, she lives alone! said...

What a lovely space to exhibit/sell your pottery in.
Fingers crossed laptop seems to have gotten over itself! just need time now to be on it.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

NICE gallery and tremendous scenery!

madpotter1 said...

Beautiful and what a nice way to spend a day away from home! Your pots look beautiful and in good company :)

so nice to green pastures and sun...... thank you!
(currently sitting in another snow storm)

cookingwithgas said...

your work fits in so well!
I hope it works out really well for you!

smartcat said...

What beautiful country ....and a perfect setting for your work.

BTW....Like the cat in a tree!

Michèle Hastings said...

your blue pots look great against the white backdrop... nice looking gallery space!

yeractual said...

Looks like a nice gallery outlet. The pix bring back memories, too! Hope the sales go well.

Peter said...

Lovely to see your work, the gallery, and the beautiful scenery. I do hope that this is a really good year for you and that sales go well,
Best Wishes, P.

CATHERINE DANIEL said...

Hope your pots go well at the gallery - that last picture is wonderfully murky and evocative.

Janet said...

Beautiful scenery shots! Is that last one near Abergavenny? Touring one of the antigue shops in a nearby town, I came on a small watercolor painting of a mountain near Abergavenny (can't make out all of the lettering but it started with a "B.") with the date of 1862. I'm still thinking about going back and buying it.

Sara said...

Echo-ing everyone else's comments, what a wonderful place to spend a day at. I can just *see* you in that kind of setting :)
S xx