beth robinson art
Welcome to my new website! It’s still being built at the moment, so please bear with me as I try to work out how to do it. It’s taken much longer than I intended, as the closure of the gallery and the intensive painting of new work for exhibitions has taken up most of my mental energy. New sections on the way in the fullness of time……
If you want to see a lot of my current original paintings and loads of cheaper framed prints in the flesh, they are being exhibited at Cwtch Coffee and Art Gallery in Pembroke Dock during the month of February. The opening is on Saturday 4th February if you are in the area.
The border collie book is finally ready, also the revised edition of The Holiday Diary of a Pembrokeshire Border Collie
Closure of Oriel Glan y Mor:
Well, it’s the end of an era! Oriel Glan y Mor Gallery in Fishguard closed it’s door for good on 23rd April 2016. And no, I’m not retiring!
I’m working from home, and I’m going to be as busy as ever, supplying other galleries and taking part in exhibitions and, of course, still selling on line. Alan will still be framing, too – just get in contact if you need to have anything framed (if you live in the North Pembrokeshire area, that is), and I’ll arrange to meet you to discuss what you require. I have just finished (well, nearly anyway) sorting out my home studio,and have managed to produce a couple of cracking paintings, if I say so myself, in between exhibiting and taking part in Creative Fusion shows.
During December and January you can see some of my work at Oriel y Parc in St Davids and at The Makers Mark in Newcastle Emlyn. A good range of cards can now be found at Ty Cwtch (next to Ffwrn) in Fishguard, and there are some original paintings at Jane’s in Fishguard too. And I’m just about to restock at The Mill in Trefin.