Sold – painting ‘Gratitude’ online on artgallery.co.uk
Christmas Art Show @ The Washington Gallery, Penarth; come and see some of my work up for exhibition at the Christmas group show. Exhibition continues up until 15th of Jan 2013. Everyone welcome!
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 76×61 cm
You are cordially invited to the open viewing and a glass of wine, of the magic paintings of Angela Ferreira. This Thursday 23rd of June, 7 pm at the Gate Arts Centre in Roath.
10% of the sales will be kindly donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Exhibition will then run from 23rd of June – 17th July
The Gate Art Centre web: http://www.thegate.org.uk/
Mandala & Symbolism
Collaborative Canvas Project at Teenage Cancer Trust, University Heath Hospital of Wales
The Teenage Cancer Trust Unit within the Cardiff University Hospital for Wales is a charity that focuses on the needs of teenagers and young adults with cancer. This collaborative canvas is the final product of a series of art workshops at the Unit, inspired by Mandalas and Symbology. All art made during the workshops was produced initially through drawing and painting and primarily through exercises that come in the form of drawing, painting to music and getting in touch with your own inner feelings as a form of expression.
The participants were encouraged to look within and work intuitively with symbols and motifs that are valued and devoted by the individuals. The canvas is a final piece exclusively created by the patients, families, staff and visitors alike and simply facilitated by the artist.
The Sanskrit meaning of mandala is circle. The circle is a symbol of perfection, eternity, unity and completeness, and this also represents very well the collaborative spirit in the creation of this canvas for this project.
Medium: Oil on board
Size: 90×120 cm
The Tree’s Daughter
Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas
‘The Oneiric image: symbols, automatism and the language of dreams ‘
Exhibition at Lloyd Gill Gallery – Weston Super Mare
Tuesday 3rd August and finishes on 27th August
See more at The Lloyd Gill Gallery