Clive Hicks-Jenkins

 

 

Born 1951, Newport, South Wales

 

Solo Exhibitions

2017         Hansel & Gretel, Oriel Tegfryn, Menai Bridge

2017         The Mind's Eye, Lotte Inch Gallery, York (with Sarah Raphael Balme)

2016         Sir Gawain and the  Green Knight: Clive Hicks-Jenkins and the Penfold Press, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

2015         Dark Movements, Aberystwyth Arts Centre

2014         Telling Tales, Oriel Tegfryn, Menai Bridge

2012         The Greening, Jersey Arts Centre, St Helier, Jersey

2011           Fall, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

2011          Clive Hicks-Jenkins: A Retrospective, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth

2010         Touch, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

2010          Artist in Residence, St David’s Festival, St David’s Cathedral

2007         Herve and the Wolf: Saints and their Beasts, Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

2006         Views from Two Studios, Martin Tinney Gallery, Card

2005         Attic Gallery, Swansea (with Glenys Cour)

2004         Prospects of Wales, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

2004         The Temptations of Solitude, Christ Church Picture Gallery, Oxford

2004         The Temptations of Solitude, Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

2003         Anthony Hepworth Fine Art, Bath

2002        The Tower on the Hill, Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery, Brecon

2001         Attic Gallery, Swansea

2001         The Mare’s Tale, Newport Museum & Art Gallery

2000        Oriel Ci Melyn, Cardiff

1998         The Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff (with Peter Prendergast and Dick Chappell

1996         Gordon Hepworth Fine Art, Exeter (with Alex Lowerey, V. Gardiner and Dick Chappell)

1996         The Kilvert Gallery, Clyro (with Charles Shearer)

1992         Newport Museum & Art Gallery

1986         Newport Museum & Art Gallery

1986         Oriel Theatr Clwyd, Mold

1984         New Theatre, Cardiff

 

Group Exhibitions

2015         The McDowall Collection of Neo-Romantic Art, Monnow Valley Arts Centre

2014         The Discerning Eye, Selector’s Choice, Mall Galleries, London

2014         All Coherence Gone? Historical Currents in Contemporary Still Life, Bay Art, Cardiff

2014         132nd Summer Exhibition, Royal Cambrian Academy, Conwy

2014         Arenig, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

2012 - 15  Open Books: Sixteen Artists and the Chinese Folding Book, touring

           Art Museum, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, November 2014/March 2015

           University of New South Wales Canberra Library, Canberra, Australia, July 2014

           Logan Gallery, Queensland, Australia, May/June 2014

           Sanshang Museum of Contemporary Art, Hangzhou, China, November 2013

           University of Western England Library, Bristol, England, July/August 2013

           BayArt Gallery, Cardiff Bay, Wales, April/May 2013

           National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, June/July 2012              

2011          Oriel Tegfryn, Menai Bridge

2010         Art for Children, Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

2010         56 Group Wales, Queen’s Hall Gallery, Narberth

2009        Masterstrokes, Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

2009        Visionaries: working at the margins, Wallspace, London

2009        Visionaries, Greenbelt Festival, Cheltenham

2008        Mapping the Welsh Group at 60, National Library of Wales and tour

2008        56 Group Wales, The Art Shop and Gallery, Abergavenny

2006        The Painted Pot, Newport Museum & Art Gallery

2006        56 Group Wales, Kooywood Gallery, Cardiff

2005        CASW Distribution Exhibition, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth

2005        56 Group Wales, Carmarthen XXX

2004-5     Y Fari Lwyd, Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

2004        56 Group Wales, The Gate Arts Centre, Cardiff

2004        St Donat’s Arts Centre, Llantwit Major

2003        Homage to Ceri Richards, Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea

2003        Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Meifod

2003        Gross Innovations, Beverly Arts Centre of Chicago, USA, and touring

2002-3     Wales Drawing Biennale, selected by Len Massey, Aberystwyth Art Centre (and tour)

2002         Hill Court Gallery, Abergavenny

2002         Dreaming Awake, Czech Embassy, London

2002         Looking Out, The Welsh Group, Turner House, Penarth

2002         Art 2002: London Art Fair, Business Design Centre (with Anthony Hepworth Fine Art)

2001         Looking Out, The Welsh Group, Newport Museum & Art Gallery

2001         Small, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

2001         The Art on Paper Fair, Royal College of Art (with Anthony Hepworth Fine Art)

2001         Art2001, London Contemporary Art Fair (with Anthony Hepworth Fine Art)

2000         Dreaming Awake, Terezín Memorial Gallery, and tour to four venues in Czech Republic

2000         Welsh Artist of the Year, St David’s Hall, Cardiff (Second Prize Winner)

2000         Collectors’ Paintings, Anthony Hepworth Fine Art, Bath

2000         Art2000, London Contemporary Art Fair (with Anthony Hepworth Fine Art)

2000         The Best Welsh Artists, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cork Street, London

2000         University of Glamorgan Purchase Prize, The Bridge/Y Bont, Pontypridd

2000         Watercolour Society of Wales, Turner House, Penarth

2000         Revelations, Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, Cwmbran (and touring)

1999         Wales Drawing Biennale, Wrexham Art Centre (and touring)

1999         The Tabernacl Open, Museum of Modern Art Wales (Gulbenkian Prize winner)

1999         Watercolour Society of Wales, Turner House, Penarth

1999         The Welsh Group, Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, Dublin

1999         Summer Exhibition, The Martin Tinney Gallery

1999         University of Glamorgan Purchase Prize, The Bridge/Y Bont, Pontypridd

1999         50 Years of The Welsh Group, Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw, Pwllheli

1999         Creating an Art Community, National Museum and Gallery of Wales, Cardiff

1998         Royal West of England Academy, Bristol

1998         The Tabernacl Open, Museum of Modern Art Wales

1998         Watercolour Society of Wales, Turner House, Penarth

1998         Look Without Prejudice, MIND Cymru, St David’s Hall, Cardiff

1998         Summer Exhibition, The Martin Tinney Gallery

1998         Summer Exhibition, The Attic Gallery

1998         Art of Living Fair, Eastnor Castle

1998         Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Bridgend

1998         Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, London

1998         Purchase Art Prize, Y Bont/The Bridge Gallery, University of Glamorgan

1998         Watercolour Society of Wales, The Museum of Modern Art, Wales

1998         Keith Chapman Modern Art, Bloomsbury, London

1998         Art98 London Contemporary Art Fair

1997         Royal West of England Academy Autumn Exhibition

1997         Twentieth-Century Art Fair, Royal College of Art, London

1997-8      Wales Drawing Biennale, Aberystwyth Arts Centre (and touring), selected by David Nash

1997         Clink Wharf Gallery, London

1997         Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

1997         The Tabernacl Open, Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

1997         Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Bala

1997         Art from the Eisteddfod, Oriel Coliseum, Ceredigion Museum, Aberystwyth

1997-8      20x20, The Welsh Group, Brecon Museum and St David’s Hall, Cardiff

1997         The Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

1997         Keith Chapman Modern Art, London W1

1997         The Albany Gallery, Cardiff

1997         The Attic Gallery, Swansea

1997         The Kilvert Gallery, Clyro

1997         Showcase Wales, Y Tabernacl: The Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

1997         The Washington Gallery, Penarth

1997         The Country Living Fair, London

1997         Art97 London Contemporary Art Fair

1996         The Gallery, Smith Street, Chelsea (Gordon Hepworth Fine Art)

1996         Gordon Hepworth Fine Art, Exeter

1996         Watercolour Society of Wales, St David's Hall, Cardiff (prizewinner)

1996         Showcase Wales, Y Tabernacl: The Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

1996         The Kilvert Gallery, Clyro

1996         Art96 London Contemporary Art Fair

1996         The Attic Gallery, Swansea

1996         The Washington Gallery, Penarth

1996         The Tabernacl Open, The Museum of Modern Art Wales, Machynlleth

1996         Aberystwyth Open, Aberystwyth Art Centre

1995         The Kilvert Gallery, Clyro

1995         The Attic Gallery, Swansea

1995         Caught in the Arts, Tretower Court, Powys

1995         Seeing is Believing, Pennine Arts, Burnley

1994-5      Head to Toe, Oriel Myrrddin, Carmarthen (and touring)

1994         Black Swan Guild, Frome

1994         The Kilvert Gallery, Clyro

1992-4      The Old Library, Cardiff

 

Commissions

2016         Hansel & Gretel, a picture-book, commissioned by Random Spectacular

2014         Designs for Henry Vaughan window, Brecknock Art Trust

2014         Cover and interior illustrations, Glimmerglass, by Marly Youmans, Mercer University Press

2013         Cover illustration, Equus, by Peter Shaffer, Penguin (2013)

2012         Cover and interior illustrations, Thaliad, by Marly Youmans, Phoenicia Publishing

2012         Cover illustration, The Foliate Head, by Marly Youmans, Stanza Press

2012         Cover illustration, Witch, by Damian Walford Davies, Seren

2011          Methodist Church Collection of Modern Christian Art

2010         Cover illustration, Old Stile Press Bibliography 2

2009        Illustrated edition of Equus, by Peter Shaffer, The Old Stile Press

2009        Cover design, Val/Orson by Marly Youmans, for PS Publishing

2001         Illustrated edition of The Mare’s Tale, poems by Catriona Urquhart, The Old Stile Press

2001         Illustrated edition of The Sonnets of Richard Barnfield, The Old Stile Press

2000        Cover illustration, The Old Stile Press in the Twentieth Century

2000        One of 12 Welsh artists selected for Contemporary Art Society for Wales print project

2000        Stained-glass panel, Confreys Solicitors, Cardiff, with Architectural Glass Department, Swansea College of Art

1998         Illustrated editions of two poems by John Addington Symonds, The Old Stile Press

1998         Illustrated edition of Richard Barnfield's The Affectionate Shepherd, The Old Stile Press

1998         Designs for the Iris Fox Collection, Newport Museum and Art Gallery

1997         Illustrated edition of Palmyra Jones by Catriona Urquhart, The Old Stile Press

1993         Frieze murals for Natural History Department, Newport Museum and Art Gallery

 

Collections

 

Pallant House Art Gallery, Chichester

Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea

Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum of Wales, Cardiff

Museum of Modern Art Wales

Contemporary Art Society for Wales

University of Glamorgan

Brecknock Museum Art Trust, Brecon

Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff

The Methodist Church Collection of Modern Christian Art

Neville Hall Hospital Trust, Abergavenny

Newport Museum & Art Gallery

Swansea Metropolitan University

 

Limited-edition books in museums and libraries around the world, including the Library of Congress, New York Public Library, British Library, Bodleian Library, National Library of Wales, Paul Mellon Centre for British Art, National Museum of Wales, University of Pennsylvania, Victoria & Albert Museum, Folger Shakespeare Library, Winchester College, Aukland City Library.

 

Private collections in England, Wales, Scotland, France and USA

 

Associations and awards

 

2014          Prizewinner, The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London

2008-        Royal Cambrian Academician

2004-        Honorary Fellow, School of Art, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

2004-15    Member of 56 Group Wales

2002-3      Creative Wales Award, Arts Council of Wales

2000         Second Prize, Welsh Artist of the Year

1999          Gulbenkian Welsh Art Prize

1997-01     Member of The Watercolour Society of Wales,

1997-         Member of The Welsh Group

1996          Watercolour Society of Wales Open Exhibition prize

 

Books about the artist

 

John Barnie, Clive Hicks-Jenkins: The Mare’s Tale, Newport Museum and Art Gallery, 2001

Dave Bonta, Callum James, Andrea Selch, Catriona Urquhart, Damian Walford Davies and Marly Youmans, The Book of Ystwyth: Six Poets on the Art of Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Carolina Wrenn Press, 2011

Simon Callow, Andrew Green, Rex Harley, Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Kathe Koja, Anita Mills, Montserrat Prat Jacqueline Thalmann, Damian Walford Davies, Marly Youmans, Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Lund Humphries, 2011

Rex Harley, Seamus Heaney, Clive Hicks-Jenkins and Mike Tooby, The Temptations of Solitude: Paintings by Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Grey Mare Press, 2004

 

Films and radio programmes

Interview with Nicola Haywood Thomas, BBC Radio Wales Arts Show, 2011

Pete Telfer, Painting Without a Safety Harness, 2011, http://www.culturecolony.com/videos?id=434

Co-presenter and featured artist in 'Peterson: Masks' HTV Wales (September 1995)

Clive Hicks-Jenkins, directed by Pete Telfer, 2009, Culture Colony-Y Wladfa Newydd

Feature in Double Yellow, BBC Wales, June 2001

Interview in ‘April is the Cruellest Month’, BBC Radio Wales, 2 April 2000

Clive Hicks-Jenkins and Charles Shearer, BBC 'Wales Today' (March 1996)

 

Other books, articles and reviews

 

Hugh Adams, Imaging Wales: Contemporary art in context, Seren, Bridgend (2003)

Hugh Adams (ed), Re-Imaging Wales, Seren, Bridgend (2006)

Anthony Hepworth Fine Art: Catalogue (2001)

Art 2002: London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London (2002), p.30-31.

Art Review, 'Focus on Wales', Art Review, April 1996

Art Review, ‘Exhibition Guide’, Art Review February 1997

Art Review, New Shows/Update, Art Review, December/January 2000, p.7

Zoe Blue, ‘Monsters Part II: Saints and Dragons’, zoe-in-wonderland.blogspot.com, 8 June 2009

Zoe Blue, ‘Creatures of the Earth: The Art of Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, zoe-in-wonderland.blogspot.com, 7 October 2009

Zoe Blue, ‘The Dreams of Saints and Children’, zoe-in-wonderland.blogspot.com, 1 October 2010

Flo Brady, ‘Taith Ryfeddol Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, Y Faner Newydd 59, Gwanwyn 2012, pp. 28-31

Brecon and Radnor Express 4 April 1996

Neal Brown, ‘Something Rich and Strange’, The First Post, 3 August 2007

Buckman, David, Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945 (Art Dictionaries, Bristol, 1998), p. 578

Simon Callow, ‘Paintings hurled me into a miraculous world’, Western Mail, 16 July 2011, pp. 24-5

Cambrian News, ‘Retrospective by artist Clive on show’, Cambrian News, 9 June 2011, p. 29

Nancy Campbell, Frances McDowall, Nicolas McDowall, The Old Stile Press... The Next Ten Years, a Bibliography 2000-20I0 (Old Stile Press, Llandogo, 2010)

Cardiff Life, 44, April 2010, pp. 31 and 35

Circa21, 'Living Landscapes', CIRCA21 No 3

Emmanuel Cooper, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, Gay Times April 1996

John Coulthart, ‘Dark Horses’, www.johncoulthart.com/feuillton, 30 September 2008

John Coulthart, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins: a retrospective,  26 July 2011, http://www.johncoulthart.com/feuilleton/2011/07/26/clive-hicks-jenkins-a-retrospective/

Country Living, ‘Mask Master', Country Living, March, 1993

Nicholas Cranfield, ‘Re-interpreting tales from the desert’, Church Times, 28 May 2004, p. 36

Tony Curtis, ‘Private View’, New Welsh Review, 53, Summer 2001, pp.100-102

Tony Curtis, Review of Clive Hicks-Jenkins and The Book of Ystwyth, New Welsh Review, 96, summer 2012, pp. 79-83

David Jones Society, ‘The Black Sheep’ in The David Jones Society Journal, R.S. Thomas Special Issue, Summer/Autumn 2001, p.125

D. Gareth Davies, ‘A Taste of Wales: CASW 2001 Purchases’, Contemporary Art Society for Wales Annual Report (CASW, Cardiff, 2002), pp. 8-12

Roderic Dunnett, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins in Cardiff’, The British Art Journal, vol V, no 3 (2004), p.86

Roderic Dunnett, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins: Prospects of Wales, Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff’, The Independent, 21 September 2004, Review p. 17

Roderic Dunnett, ‘Inspired by the Story of Hervé and the Wolf’, Church Times, 7539, 7 September 2007, p. 26

Roderic Dunnett, ‘A Cast of Objects as Well as Characters’, Church Times, 7736, 24 June 2011, pp. 27-30

Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Maldwyn a’re Gororau Arddangosfa Celf a Chrefft (Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Cardiff, 2003)

William Gibbs, ‘The 2009 Buyer’s Report’, Contemporary Art Society for Wales Annual Report (CASW, Cardiff, 2009), pp. 8-15

David Greenslade and Josef Janda (eds), Bdělé Snění/Dreaming Awake: Osm umelcu z Walesu/Eight Artists from Wales, (Terezín Memorial, Czech Republic, 2001)

Jeremy Greenwood, ‘Review: The Affectionate Shepheard, with images by Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, Parenthesis, 2, September 1998, pp.22-23

Dorothy A. Harrop, Frances McDowall, Nicolas McDowall, Peter Wakelin,The Old Stile Press in the twentieth century: a bibliography 1979-1999 (Llandogo, 2000)

Rex Harley, ‘Review: The Mare’s Tale’, Planet, 147, June/July 2001, pp.122-124

Rex Harley,Exhibitions: Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, Modern Painters, Summer 2001, p.104

Heritage in Wales Spring 1996

Heritage in Wales, ‘Cadw and the Artist’, Heritage in Wales 49, Summer 2011, p. 5

Hereford Times 4 April 1996

Hereford Times October 1996

Shelagh Hourahane, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins: The Temptations of Solitude’, Planet (2004), pp. 121-3

Mary Husted (ed), Open Books: Sixteen Artists and the Chinese Folding Book (Blurb, 2012)

International Society of Experimental Artists, ISEA Presents 2 Shows (Beverly Arts Centre, Chicago, 2003)

Callum James, untitled, www.callumjames.blogspot.com, 25 February 2007

Simon Jenkins, ‘My Art was Strangely Warmed’, simonjenkins.com, 23 June 2010

Caroline Juler, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, Galleries, June 2001, p.26

David Lee, ‘untitled’, The Jackdaw, 37, April 2004, p. 23

Simon Lewin, ‘All Things Considered: Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, 2014 http://allthingsconsidered.co.uk/2014/05/clive-hicks-jenkins.html

Alison C. Lloyd, ‘Profile: Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, Art Review, May 2001, p.48

Lloyd-Morgan, Ceridwen, ‘Transformation or Decline? Modern Welsh Artists and the Welsh Biblical Heritage’ in O’Kane, Martin and Morgan-Guy, John (eds), Biblical Art from Wales (Sheffield Phoenix Press, Sheffield, 2010), pp. 305-317

Robert Macdonald, ‘Welsh Drawing Biennale Looks at the Land’, Landscape and Art 19, Spring 2000, pp.2-3

Robert Macdonald, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins and the Demon at the Gate’, Planet, February 2002, pp.50-6.

David Moore, A Taste of the Avant-Garde: 56 Group Wales, 56 Years (Brecon, 2012)

David Nash and Steven West, Wales Drawing Biennale 97 (Aberystwyth, 1997)

Martin O’Kane and Morgan-Guy, John (eds), Biblical Art from Wales (Sheffield Phoenix Press, Sheffield, 2010)

Penarth Times, 28 March 1996

Karen Price, ‘Combining Landscape and Still Life’, Western Mail, 1 December 2001, p.16

Anne Price-Owen, 'Clive Hicks-Jenkins', Planet 203, August 2011, pp.48-61

Andrew Prior, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins: The Mare’s Tale’, Buzz, May 2001, p.10

Polyxeni Potter, ‘And the Raven, Never Fitting, Still is Sitting, Still is Sitting’, Emerging Infectious Diseases, October, 2010, pp. 1655-6

Polyxeni Potter, Art in Science: Emerging Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control, Oxford University Press, 2014

Peter Reynolds, ‘Mid Wales Chamber Orchestra Launch their Soldier’s Tale at Hay Festival’, Bachtrack.com, 7 June 2013 http://bachtrack.com/review-hay-festival-2013-mid-wales-chamber-orchestra-soldiers-tale

Midori Snyder, ‘Clive Hicks-Jenkins: Beasts and Saints, Horses and Night Mares’, msnyder.typepad.com, 15 August 2008

Midori Snyder, ‘Maquettes: Articulated Mythic Figures from Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, msnyder.typepad.com, 24 October 2009

John Russell Taylor, ‘The Big Show; Wales Drawing Biennale 97’, The Times, 28 February 1998 (Metro Magazine)

Karen Taylor, ‘A Beastly Beauty’, Artists and Illustrators, October 2007, p. 80

Ceri Thomas, Mapping the Welsh Group at 60 (2008)

The Times, 28 February 1998 (Metro Magazine)

The Times, 30 November 2011, p. 32

Martin Tinney, ‘My Top 10’, OneWales, 6, Autumn 2002, pp.46-8.

Nicholas Usherwood, ‘Spiritual Concerns’, Galleries, May 2004), p. 27

Paul Wainwright and Frances Rapport, ‘Circles within Circles—Qualitative Methodology and the Arts: The Researcher as Artist’, Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, vol 8, no 3, September 2007

Peter Wakelin, 'Focus on Wales', Art Review, April 1996

Peter Wakelin, 'Art under £1000', Art Review March 1997

Peter Wakelin, Creating an Art Community: 50 years of the Welsh Group, National Museums and Galleries of Wales, Cardiff (1999)

Peter Wakelin, ‘Choosing Art for Children’, www.planetmagazine.org.uk, 9 November 2010

Welsh Group, Revelations: the Processes of Making Art, Cardiff (2000), pp.28-29

The Western Mail 19 April 1996

The Western Mail March 1998

Youmans, Marly, ‘12 Readings in Advent: Clive Hicks-Jenkins’, thepalaceat2.blogspot.com, 15 December 2010

 

Websites

 

Clive Hicks-Jenkins Website www.hicks-jenkins.com

Clive Hicks-Jenkins Artlog http://clivehicksjenkins.wordpress.com

Clive Hicks-Jenkins on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/hicksjenkins/

Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clive_Hicks-Jenkins

BBC Your Paintings http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/artists/hicks-jenkins-clive-b-1951

 

Selected Theatrical Work

      

Produced images for projection during Messiaen's Quartet for the End of the Time, performed at Música en Segura, Andalusia, 2017

Director/Designer, The Soldier’s Tale, Hay Festival, 2013

Director/Designer, The Mare’s Tale, Theatr Brycheiniog, 2013

Theatre Consultant, exhibition of stage design at the Welsh National Opera, for Newport Museum and Art Gallery and national tour, 1995

Director/Designer, Little Shop of Horrors, Theatr Clwyd, 1985

Choreographer, Andre Heller's Flic Flac, Vienna Festival, 1981

 

The Virgin of the Goldfinches hangs in the Saint Dyfrig Chapel of Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff.

Christ Writes in the Dust is in the Methodist Modern Art Collection held at Oxford Brookes.

Christ Writes in the Dust is in the Methodist Modern Art Collection held at Oxford Brookes.

Stumbles and Cannot Rise is in Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.

Stumbles and Cannot Rise is in Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.