Paintings of Castell Coch – Part 5

Paintings of Castell Coch part 5

Welcome to the latest in our series of posts showcasing paintings of Castell Coch.

As always, we have a great selection of work from three talented artists.

First up is “The Cat, The Rooster and the Young Mouse” from Jeremy Thomas. This unique piece is inspired by the drawing room in Castell Coch.

It’s currently for sale at Framed by John in Abergavenny and prints are available to buy. You can contact Jeremy on his website or on Facebook.

Castell Coch painting by Jeremy Thomas
“The Cat, The Rooster and the Young Mouse” by Jeremy Thomas

Next we have Cardiff artist Kathryn Edwards, who has produced two contrasting paintings of the castle in different seasons. “Castell Coch” has been sold but “Castell Coch – Spring” is still available to buy. Kathryn’s work is shown at the Off the Wall gallery in Llandaff on a regular basis.

Painting of Castell Coch in winter
“Castell Coch” by Kathryn Edwards

Painting of Castell Coch in spring
“Castell Coch – Spring” by Kathryn Edwards

Finally, we are pleased to feature three paintings by Dorian Spencer Davies. Dorian is a Welsh artist who was born in Carmarthen and now paints from New Quay and Tenby.

Dorian’s work will be on display at the Victoria Fearn Gallery in Rhiwbina from the 16th January.

You can view more of Dorian’s work and find out what he’s up to on his Facebook page.

Castell Coch painting - Autumn Moon
“Autumn Moon – Castell Coch” by Dorian Spencer Davies

Castell Coch painting - Moonlight
“Moonlight – Castell Coch” by Dorian Spencer Davies

Castell Coch painting - Winter Sun
“Winter Sun – Castell Coch” by Dorian Spencer Davies

Thanks to all the artists for letting us feature their work. Take a look at part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4 of this series for more great paintings.

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