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Broader Horizons – a new Gwyn Roberts Exhibition at Fosse Gallery

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Broader Horizons – Sunday October 7th to Saturday October 27th 

This is a third One Man Exhibition for Welsh landscape artist Gwyn Roberts. Gwyn has been associated with the Fosse Gallery for quite a while and in that time it has been a privilege to see his work develop and his standing within the art world really take off. From sell out shows, considerable accolades and to having been described as a worthy successor to Sir Kyffin Williams by Country Life, his natural modesty prevails and Roberts’ powerful landscapes constantly remain prized and sought after.

For this recent solo exhibition entitled ‘Broader Horizons’, Gwyn has taken himself to the new locations of Scotland, the Lake District and Cornwall, whilst not abandoning his homeland of course!

“Exhibiting at the Fosse has given me the impetus to search out inspiring landscapes further afield than my beloved Wales. Visits to Cornwall and the Lake District have presented me with fresh, inspiring and exciting images whilst a trip to Scotland took me completely by storm. Here we have Snowdonia but on such a grand, magnificent scale, full of deep glens, dark and brooding which open out onto vistas that stretch for miles towards glistening seas.” Gwyn’s delight is evident and he adds that he cannot wait to return.

This latest collection continues to impress and excite us at every turn. There are moments which leave us breathless as we hover over the Aaran Mountains or gaze across to the Cuillins on the Isle of Skye. Roberts succeeds time and again and in broadening his horizons we delight and follow.

Fosse Gallery Fine Art, The Manor House, The Square, Stow on the Wold.

Gloucestershire GL54 1AF

Telephone 01451 831319

www.fossegallery.com

Source: Fosse Gallery Fine Art

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