Goodwick-based sculptor Darren Yeadon is exhibiting his striking works as current Artist in Residence at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, owned and managed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
The Centre provides the perfect setting for Darren's pieces inspired by natural, ancient and mystical landscapes.
Fallen Abbey at Oriel y Parc - pic Darren Yeadon
Fallen Abbey - Whitby limestone - Darren Yeadon
Bluefish in Preseli bluestone - pic Darren Yeadon
Bluefish - Preseli bluestone - Darren Yeadon
, who experienced a near-fatal car accident over ten years ago, discovered his
artistic talent as part of his
pre-accident seven-year apprenticeship as a stonemason in Yorkshire sparked off an interest in working directly in this medium.
said: "I'm very honoured to take up this residency.
You can meet Darren
and watch him at work every Wednesday from 10am to 4pm during his
residency until August 3rd.
Telephone Oriel y Parc on 01437 720 392 or go to www.orielyparc.co.uk for further information.
Viso - Carrara marble - pic Darren Yeadon
Viso - Carrara marble - Darren Yeadon