Wednesday 4th August - Saturday 4th September
This exhibition features paintings by Dai David, beautiful carved birds and fish by wildlife sculptor Stephen Henderson and photography by Ceri Leigh. We have new work by ceramicist Kim Colebrook and are featuring the work of a graduate potter from Cardiff Metropolitan University, Helen Coulton.
Dai's aim is to reveal both the beauty and delight experienced when enjoying a light-filled scene. Dai states "I'm forever inspired by all forms of light: direct, reflected and even in its absence - shade & shadows. I seek to express the very essence of an atmosphere, be it an idyllic moment of solitude or a joyous, sun-drenched landscape. I want the viewer to feel as though they could simply step right into one of my paintings, have the sensation of being there and get to experience all the senses which went into its creation.
Stephen Henderson is showing work inspired by native shorebirds and fish species. Stephen's pieces are sculpted from Cedar and Pine as well as other materials such as salvaged metal and driftwood. Working with themes such as motherhood, courtship and predation, Stephen's work reflects the mannerisms of individual creatures and their personalities.
Local photographer, Ceri Leigh, is exhibiting her wildlife photography from a new book focussing on a local garden during lockdown — ‘Life on the Floodplain – A Garden Wildlife Diary 2020’. Signed copies of the book is on sale at Found.
Take a virtual tour of the exhibition by clicking on the image below: