Cardiff Met Degree Shows

I was allowed to take photos at the Cardiff Metropolitan’s School of Art Degree Show this year. The images below represent a small part of the Ceramics Show – click on the images to go to the artists’ websites.

The shows for other courses there were also excellent and we had a very good day out looking round the exhibitions at Howard Gardens and in the new building at Llandaff.

Cardiff Met Ceramics Degree

Theo Adamson Ceramics

 

Cardiff Met Ceramics Degree

James Hobbs – Ceramic Artist

Cardiff Met Ceramics Degree

Sophie Southgate

Cardiff Met Ceramics Degree

Sophie Southgate

Cardiff Met Ceramics Degree

Harriet McCormick

Pen y Fan – The Big Picture

Having posted about focus and time, here is some physical photographic evidence of me “adjusting my focus” and “allowing the time” to stand back and look at the “big picture” – enjoy the view of Pen y Fan from Brecon, the highest peak in the Brecon Beacons, South Wales.

Pen y Fan from Brecon

Pen y Fan from Brecon

What’s the point . . . of focus?

Some of my recent work has taken me to the town of Brecon in the Brecon Beacons, South Wales. The photos below, which I took one sunny day after school, remind me of the need not only to stay focused on the task at hand, but also to adjust that focus to ensure that I can see and understand more of what I am doing and what is going on around me.

River Honddu

River Honddu

Lakeside Views and Workday Walking

This urban lake is situated in Swansea’s Enterprize Park at Llansamlet and I have been meaning to take a StillWalks recce walk around it for a long time. I had a meeting to go to at the Mercure Hotel which is¬†very close by and so¬†I¬†took the opportunity of going early and taking my camera with me.

The people working in the area are very lucky to have such a lovely spot to relax during a break and take a little exercise – I wonder how many of take advantage of it?