The Exhibition opens on St. David’s Day March 1st and continues until April 5th
Maurice Greenwood RCA
Celebrating 25 years as a member of the Academy and with over 60 years of experience Maurice A Greenwood’s method of working has developed from direct observation of the subject – finding beauty in the effects of light on the landscape, he enjoys painting the roads, churches and cottages around the Pennines and the areas of North Wales such as Tan-y-Grisiau and Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Maurice has exhibited at the Royal Cambrian Academy since 1965 when non-members could enter work for the Annual Summer Exhibition. He was elected as an Academician in March 1989, exhibiting nationally in Wales and Britain, with many pieces in private and public collections nationally and internationally.
Maurice Greenwood RCA - Daffodils Watercolour
Maurice Greenwood RCA - Nant Peris Watercolour
David Barron RCA
David Barron is a printmaker who has exhibited at the RCA for 50 years and became an Academician in 1965. David’s exhibition explores the relationship between print and drawing, where both the print method and the drawing are an integral and essential part of the process.
Has lived and worked in Wales since the mid 60s, when he set up the Foundation Course in Art and Design at Swansea College of Art (now part of The University of Wales Trinity Saint David).
David Barron RCA - Sardines Drypoint
David Barron RCA - Tangerines Drypoint