A weekend in North Wales then, copywriting a couple of tourism itineraries for This Is Wrexham.
The second trip was based in the Ceiriog Valley, exploring the attractions of a sometimes less visited part of North Wales.
Here’s a flavour of the story:
It’s a view to stop you in your tracks — looking across the village and up the valley to the Berwyn range.
“I’ve painted this view numerous times, trying to capture the soft colours and long shadows,” smiles the artist Rosie Davies, surrounded by her sketchpads and work-in-progress watercolours at her Ceiriog Valley art studio.
Rosie changed careers to move to the village of Llanarmon from Cheshire and now devotes her time to capturing the natural beauty of this lost-in-time area of Wrexham County.
“The valley is like another world,” adds Rosie, who opens her studio at the Tithe Barn to visitors on the second Saturday of the month.
“I’ve finally found the tranquility and inspiration to fulfill my ambition to paint.”
Read the full text here via This Is Wrexham.
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