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Museum exhibition is extended

 
Created on 31/01/2011 @ 14:23

An exhibition of linocuts by Ian Phillips at Powysland Museum has been extended until March.

This exhibition of evocative and beautiful prints has been extended to give more visitors a chance to enjoy the various landscape pictures.

These include swans and cygnets on the Montgomeryshire Canal, Canal Bridge number 124 with cows, view of Breidden Hills and a typical lock from the canal as well as pictures from The Brecon Beacons, Cadair Idris and other places in Wales.

Ian Phillips is an artist and linocut printmaker. In 2003 he received a development grant from the Arts Council of Wales and since then he has built up a substantial collection of linocut prints focusing on the Welsh landscape.

Most of his work is completed as series based around a long distance footpath or particular area. Interest in these contemporary Welsh landscapes has been increasing steadily and Ian has been invited to exhibit alongside the most recognised artists in Wales today.

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