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Celebrating the beautiful #Welsh #Landscape through #ART! This weekend has been so uplifting, inspiring and exciting and even nurturing! The #LondonWelshCentre is a particularly powerful example of #CommunityDevelopment working to foster relationships with people and using shared #Culture and #Geography to connect 'us' and 'them' all...

Letting the imagination run wild in the woods!!   On our New Year's Day Walk from Henrhyd Waterfalls to Abercraf we saw so many interesting trees both growing and fallen. Perhaps it was because it was such a mucky, muddy walk and we had to keep our...

An “Extra” “Ordinary” Year Please!   I have made a pathetic attempt to NOT paint or draw or make things or write this Christmas but the result has meant that I feel as if I have been repeatedly turned round and round in a circle and left...

Connecting Art, Nature and Well-being at Chester Art Fair After a fantastic weekend at #ChesterArtFair engaging with #Artists and #Buyers all connected by a love of Art and the perspectives of others I feel invigorated and excited about the future of www.francinedavies.art. You learn a lot...

It’s all there for us! The title of this latest blog intends to mean many many things to as many people who wish to let it in. I have processed a lot of stuff over the last year or so; some of which I have been...

Self Actualisation, Brexit and ‘i’   It has been a while since I have written a full blog. I have always appreciated it can take a while for the content of my creative chaos to find somewhere to comfortably sit in the depths of my brain.  It...

Finding Inspiration in the world around us.   There is nothing worse for me than when I can’t see the wood for the trees.  Not being able to see the wood for the trees is a condition I have suffered with since childhood and I mean suffered! ...

As an artist there are many things that motivate me to paint and develop my work and perspective.  The following video provides an insight in to the landscape that inspires me and how i seek to interpret the scenes that surround me.  Furthermore, it provides...

  ICELAND EMBASSY HOSTS ‘A WINDOW ON ICELAND’ EXHIBITION 21ST NOVEMBER BY WELSH ARTIST FRANCINE DAVIES 30th NOVEMBER 2018 - 30TH MARCH 2019 PRIVATE VIEW: Thursday, 29th November, 5.30pm - 7.30pm ADDRESS: Embassy of Iceland, 2a Hans Street, London, SW1X 0JE RSVP: By 26th November london.rsvp2@mfa.is Exhibition is open to the public from...

As I try to bring Iceland in to view for those readers who have happened upon this Blog I realise that the harder I try to reveal it two unsettling things occur:   1. I believe I am not doing Iceland justice with words or pictures!  In...