The final week for my window ‘Time to Care’ at the Oriel Bevan-Jones Gallery, King Street, Carmarthen.
I have been preparing for the final week of my window display, picking up discarded plastic from the hedgerows, hosing it down, cleaning it up in the bath and finally hanging it out to dry.
Sadly it has been far too easy to find this stuff - wake up everybody!
In this exhibition “Time to Care”, Juanita Humphris combines the warmly traditional imagery of childhood summers, carefree days of fun and laughter by the sea, rock pools, sand between the toes, the raucous cackle of seagulls, summer meadows filled with the aroma of flowers and the call of a curlew off in the middle distance as the dusk began to creep it’s fingers over the evening. However, all may not be as idyllic as it seems, as this exhibition will develop and change over the four weeks it spends in our feature window.
The exhibition “Time to Care” runs from Tuesday, May 14th until Saturday, June 8th in our feature window at Oriel Bevan Jones Gallery, King Street Carmarthen.
Items for my new window display at OBJG
On display in the window at the Oriel Bevan Jones Gallery, King Street in Carmarthen is my new body of work.
Spring time - bringing new hopes and dreams - with Fantasy Story Books and Hatching Dragons.
The mythical boar from 'How Culhwch Got Olwen'
I am delighted to say that this piece has been awarded 'highly Commended'.
On show at the Welsh Myths & Legends exhibition - King Street Gallery, 33 King Street Carmarthen SA31 1BS until 27th Sept.