Delivery to Oriel Q

Delivery to Oriel Q

Today I was able to finally take my 12 images to the gallery in preparation of the forthcoming exhibition starting this weekend.
The weeks leading upto today have been busy with printing, mounting and framing the images, but most importantly I have been able to contact some of the horse owners/handlers who are now able to attend the opening evening on monday 5th August at 6pm.

I feel very lucky to have been chosen to exhibit my work at Oriel Q as an undergraduate and wish to thank everybody who has supported me and special thanks to Lynne Crompton the Gallery manager for giving me the opportunity to showcase my work – thank you.

David Alston – Arts Director for Arts Council of Wales will also be in attendance from Cardiff on the evening.

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Arts Council of Wales Statement:-
Our vision is of a creative Wales where the arts are central to the life of the nation.

Our priorities are:

supporting the creation of the best in great art
encouraging more people to enjoy and take part in the arts
growing the arts economy
making Arts Council of Wales an effective and efficient business
As well supporting and developing high quality arts activity, some of the activities that we perform day to day are:

distributing Lottery funds
providing advice about the arts
sharing information
raising the profile of the arts in Wales
generating more money for the arts economy
influencing planners and decision-makers
developing international opportunities in the arts
promoting small scale performances in local communities
Our job is to ensure that the contribution of the arts is recognised, valued and celebrated.

Look forward to seeing you on the night.

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