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Gary Griffiths      
The following are available from Oriel Tan yr Hall as Limited Edition prints:  
Pembrokeshire Headland
Pembrokeshire Headland
Carnedd Llewelyn
Carnedd Llewelyn
Red Sails under Aran
Red Sails under Aran
Gathering Clouds
Gathering Clouds
Towards Skellig
Towards Skellig
Aber Falls
Aber Falls
Morning Light, Moel Hebog
Morning Light, Moel Hebog
Evening, Conwy
Evening, Conwy
Breaking Light, Llyn Tegid
Breaking Light, Llyn Tegid
Blue Boat
Blue Boat
Morning Light, Carneddau
Morning Light, Carneddau
Boathouse
Boathouse
Moel Wnion
Moel Wnion
Boat at Kilmackillogue
Boat at Kilmackillogue
Cnicht
Cnicht
Early Morning, Conwy
Early Morning, Conwy
Low Tide, Rhos
Low Tide, Rhos
Pembrokeshire Shoreline
Pembrokeshire Shoreline
Low Light, Bala Lake
Low Light, Bala Lake
Yr Aran
Yr Aran
 The exciting immediacy of painting in the medium of watercolour pushes you to paint in the moment and then holds you in suspense while the particles of pigment work out their place and space. I have no “theme” to my work and like to explore different styles. I aim to go with the unpredictability of the medium and uncertainty of the outcome, trying to restrain the urge to control too tightly.  The process often starts with a specific idea and careful planning which then gives way to allowing things to go their own way: to have fun, learn from watching and accept the unpredictable.
I have no formal training in Art. Many years ago, my wife Jean bought me a watercolour painting as a gift - it fascinated me and eventually prompted me to have a go. I’d paint after work and after the children had gone to bed, often into the early hours of the  morning. I’ve now retired to concentrate on painting.





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