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Firing Line Exhibition

October 2, 2012

An exhibition of my work from Afghanistan is now on display in the Firing Line Museum in Cardiff Castle. The exhibition is on until sometime in December (I’m not quite sure when). There are ten pieces on display from line drawings to paintings, including two portraits of the QDG soldiers who lost their lives during the Herrick 15 Operation. These two paintings will remain as part of the permanent collection in the museum after the exhibition is over. There are also some examples of equipment that I used for survival and drawing on display. In particular the moleskin note book I ended up doing most of my sketches in with a touch screen display showing most of the the sketches from within the book. It’s a good display and the museum itself is quite excellent considering it’s size. It’s well stocked with paintings and artefacts connected with the Queen’s Dragoon Guards and the Royal Welsh. Not only that but it’s set within the walls of Cardiff Castle which is well worth a visit in it’s own right. It’s free for residents of Cardiff.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 2, 2012 7:25 pm

    Great stuff!… that’s good
    Dai

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