Artists in alphabetical order
Glenn DavidsonI study processes and make temporary installations and interventions which usually have an ecological, social or political content. I use paper, gumtape, air, video and interactive media. I have worked with a horse. I like conversations, bridges and maps.
I have worked internationally with artis...
Rita DaughtonBrief Statement
At the moment I am painting in acrylics,
have a picture entered for the Barry Women's day
Exhibition in Barry, and am entering two at the Gate
next month.I belong to the Womens Art Association. I paint mostly abstracts. I am 70, and mostly self-taught.
Adeola DewisI am investigating ways of integrating painting and movement through video and live art, allowing the real to become less real. Coming from a tradition of Carnival street art that is about allowing the body to become paint(ed) my body becomes not a surface to be marked on but a mark itself. ...
Barrie J DaviesBarrie J Davies (1977) is a British artist born in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales. He has graduated from Southampton institute with a fine art degree in 2000 and completed his masters Degree at the University of Wales institute Cardiff in 2004. He has exhibited internationally and nationally f...
Caroline DeaconI have a theatre background as a prop maker. I make grotesques, puppets and masks. I run workshops for adults and children. At the moment I am having fun with plastic bottles - making lots of puppets and more serious stuff - my light reflecting bulb is a must see! My web address is www.carolinem...
Pascal-Michel Dubois My Art Practice is a device inviting the spectator to question and investigate our familiar fields of knowledge & imagination.The material of the everyday initiates my curiosity. I am interested in the capacity that art owns to take you from 'that' space in 'that' moment, to another space.I see my ...
Becky DaviesMFA, Cardiff School of Art & Design (2010)
Fragmentory memories from my childhood have been a source of artistic inspiration over the past few years. This does not result from a particularly unconventional upbringing, but rather the somewhat obscure, distorted yet vivid ways in which I, as an ad...
Brian DenmanI am a self employed sculptor with over 20 years experience of producing work, working mostly in stone and wood but also familiar with many other materials. I particularly enjoy working in situ as this gives the public an insight of the work involved in transforming an idea in to finished work of ar...
John L DaviesAfter studying various media but predominantly drawing, my work has evolved to producing original prints. Fine Art Printmaking allows me to explore my ideas and style but continues to be based principally on good drawing and my own emotional experiences based on the natural environment
My aim is ...
Faye DarbyI am an artist-teacher having recently completed a Masters in Fine Art in Cardiff School of Art & Design. Inspired by pattern and repetition in nature my work incorporates aspects of drawing, painting, printmaking and constructed textiles. ...
Anthony David Vaughani explore more contravushal subjekts threw the medeom of photographic art, such things as, Race, bissnas and polatika as-well as Dyslexia ...
Goff DanterOn leaving school, I trained at the West of England college of Art, Bristol, Cardiff College of Art and Cardiff University. I then taught at St Illtyd’s College, Cardiff until moving into the management of adult education for a number of local authorities in South East Wales. This became my full t...
Leigh DaviesHi, I mainly work in acrylic and pencil but have worked in a variety of different media. I would like to work towards exhibiting more, any advice would be a help, thanks.
Have recently moved near the Brecon Beacons and will be producing work based on the area, have always loved the scenery....
Jason DAs an artist I specialise and focus my creativity on the medium of print. Print-making is my 'artistic language' language of choice. I see my work as an 'original' idea which comes together as a series of images which happen to be 50 or 150 virtually identical pieces. Combined they become the finis...
Shane DaviesPhysical Labour is my method of discovering the fundamental nature of my identity as a man.
I have been exploring my masculinity through the use of materials and processes that are paramount to my heritage as a working class Welshman.
The creation of a traditional object from a material that s...
Pia DowseA painter living and working in South Wales having graduated from University College Falmouth with first class honours degree. Her paintings use the language of our commercial and consumerist age to convey an idea that the ubiquity of commercialism and an increasing urbanisation leads us to a radica...
Bijou Dolly Having failed to complete a degree in fashion and textiles and returning home to Cardiff, Candice finds herself in a position where she has the opportunity to explore other avenues , to evaluate and explore her experiences and reflect . Concerned with identity, environment , spirituality , emotiona...
Nikohl DaviesArtists Statement
I come from a mining family ….My father is a miner, my grandfather and great grandfather before him. All miners in one village, all living, working and socialising together, never really straying far from home. It’s still like this for me today; I live in the same small vill...
Sean DonovanArtist Painter Musician Writer Human Being No Particular Order.
So why paint, write, or be a musician, could not get another job?
Do you care, sometimes.
Imagine a world without creativity, now imagine a world with.
Which do you prefer.
Whats with the duality, ultimatums, modernist ang...
Freya DooleyMy current practice fragments and reconstructs the body and the space it inhabits. Essentially, I am concerned with what it means to be human and the historical imperative to depict the human image. How do we observe others, and how does this cause us to reflect upon ourselves? I am interested in ho...