ARTISTS / Paul Joyner

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Non After a Russian Icon

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Hen Gapel, Comins Coch
Hen Gapel, Comins Coch

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Mrs Dai Bread One
Mrs Dai Bread One

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Raymond Williams, The Traveller
Raymond Williams, The Traveller

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Buddug
Buddug

olew-oil £400 The moment of Celtic victory over the Romans, after the destruction of Verulamium/St Albans in AD 60-61 by the ancient British army, led by Buddug.

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Nye

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The field of Welsh art-history is constantly evolving thanks to the works of such art-historians as Dr. Paul Joyner who has understood the integral role played by Welsh artisan painters during the 18th and 19th, century to the canon of Welsh art-history.

"I am interested in myth, ancient landscape which remembers humans and the sea. I was trained at Aber Ysgol Gelf as a painter and have slowly learnt composition.


Painting is sacred, that is, it holds the possiblity of a deeper meaning beyond the subject. I am looking for that thing which lies or hides under the ordinary. Sometimes I find it, but most times it finds me."