'From the Preselis to the Pyrenees' - Elizabeth Haines

I have lived and worked in Pembrokeshire for some 50 years. Although trained as a graphic designer/illustrator, over the years I have moved entirely to painting. My work is exhibited in Cardiff, Pembrokeshire and London, as well as at my studio on a hill farm in the Preselis.

I travel to France to paint, the most recent trip being to the Pyrenees in October 2018. My work, although grounded in observation, is now more a fusion between memory and imagination, trying to hold on to the excitement of what I first saw through the medium of paint. I have been Artist in Residence at the National Eisteddfod and other venues, and have a PhD in Philosophy. I am particularly interested in working with young people.

My work is in the collections of the Contemporary Art Society for Wales, The National Library and the University of Wales, as well as numerous private collections worldwide.

www.elizabethhaines.co.uk

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'From the Preselis to the Pyrenees' - Elizabeth Haines

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