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JAMES DONOVAN 6 - 29th Sept. New paintings and ceramics plus previously unseen work by ROGER CECIL ( Gallery 2) including work from the Angharad series

James Donovan was born in Aberdare, South Wales in 1974 and educated at Swansea Institute, graduating in 1997 with a 1st Class BA (Hons) in Visual Arts.

The comical, communal and spiritual play their part in James' work and have their basis in childhood memories and conversations with the father figures in his life. These stories, as many tend to do, have been reinterpreted and reformed to present fresh narratives. James' use of symbolism contains stoic, respectful and personal metaphors that have helped to serve up myth and legend for future generations.

James was the recipient of the Sir Leslie Joseph Young Artist of the Year in 1998. His paintings have been exhibited widely across Wales and in the rest of the UK during a career that began when he was still a degree student

 


Tied Up
Ceramic
85

Wide Fit
Ceramic
55

Bonnet
Ceramic
125



Wrapped Up
Ceramic
95

Beacon
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 90 cm
1500

Emerge
Acrylic on paper
40 x 50 cm
750



NLookout
Watercolour
19 x 19 cm
250

Boat Boy
Ceramic
95

Blue Crown




Leaning in
Acrylic on paper
20 x 14 cm
295

Tilt
Watercolour
19 x 19 cm
250

Stepover
Acrylic
20 x 14 cm
295



Silver Linings
Acrylic on canvas
94 x 72 cm
1500

Drift Away
Watercolour
28 x 18cm
295

Out of The shadows
Watercolour
28 x 18cm
295



Shelters
Acrylic on paper
25 x 35cm
495

The Golden Hour
Linocut
Edition of 10
20 x 15cm
95

Twister
Watercolour
15 x 23 cm
295



Shimmy
Acrylic on pape
20 x14 cm
295

High Hat
Watercolour
17x 24 cm
295

Headlong
Watercolour
17 x 24 cm
295



Homecoming
Acrylic on board
17 x 15cm
295

Running for cover
Acrylic on board
16 x 13 cm
295


 


     
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