Come and visit the studio of David Wilson, an artist and printmaker who creates beautiful original landscapes, still-lifes, surreal compositions and exciting abstracts. He paints in a range of mediums: oil, acrylic, water-colour and ink, while his printmaking is mainly etchings, linocuts and monoprints. Reproductions and postcards of his work are also available from the studio.
Treleddyn Isaf in Bridell, north-east Pembrokeshire, is a former dairy farm on which several acres have been planted with a variety of broad-leaved trees, providing both a wildlife habitat and a wealth of pictorial interest. David is fascinated by the natural forms around him, and many of his paintings capture the beauty of the countryside of West Wales, with its hills, sheltered valleys and spectacular coastline. His travels in the UK and abroad provide additional subject matter, while dreams and a variety of visual materials are a further source of inspiration. David is influenced by the work of artists such as Magritte, Sutherland, Ernst, Nash and Spencer.
David Wilson’s work is to be found in the National Library of Wales and in hundreds of collections in the UK and other countries.
Commissions undertaken. Private tuition by arrangement.
Directions to the studio (grid reference SN175410)
Take the A478 from Cardigan: half a mile past Penybryn turn right onto the lane by Bridell church, and after half a mile turn up to the left. Treleddyn is then the first entrance on the left. Coming from the south on the A478, turn left at Rhoshill, then take the first turning on the right. Treleddyn is then the first entrance on the right.