Sunday, 2 August 2015

Dryslwyn Castle standing on the river Towy


I was told the other day that the following painting had sold for a goodly amount raising much needed monies for Ty Cwm. The painting is of Dryslwyn Castle standing on the river Towy.

 It is a large painting and was a real paint to frame due to the size of glass which needed to be cut from a full size sheet.

Alex didn't thank me for this. A sheet of  2mm glass is quite difficult to carry and handle in large sheets which is why we normally have it in split sizes ie. 3ft by 2ft. Anything over that size can break under its own weight very easily when turned onto the horizontal. Once it is supported in a frame its fine.


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