I am influenced by my location, living by the waters edge and working in an idyllic environment.....
As an experienced art teacher, lecturer and practising artist who has exhibited widely in Wales and Britain in selected exhibitions and also abroad including Russia, Dorothy is well qualified to teach a broad range of art activities at all levels.

She has a BA (hons) in Fashion and Textiles and also an MA in Fine Art which she gained from The Swansea Institute of Higher Education.· She works in a wide range of materials including textiles, ceramics, mixed media and more traditional mediums such as water colours and acrylics. Not afraid of experimenting, Dorothy is forever exploring new materials and processes but draws her inspiration from her environment especially Ferryside her home village.

Her artwork can be viewed at Greenspace studio, at The Calon a Fferi Centre, in Ferryside, also in the centre itself, in the lounge at The White Lion Hotel and also her cards and prints are available in The Three Rivers Hotel.

Dorothy has also joined Ty Celf (The Art House) which is a co-operative of 12 local artists and makers based in the heart of Llanelli town in Stepney Street.

My Biography

BA Hons Fashion and Textiles Art Teachers Certificate A.T.C. M.A. in Fine Art Community Lecturer for Trinity College Carmarthen. Art Tutor at the Stackpole Centre. Part time Art Teacher based in Carmarthenshire 1979 to present Various commissions for textile pieces Exhibitions include:- The Glyn Vivian Swansea 1996 The Atkinson Gallery 2003 / Saint David’s Hall Cardiff 2000 and 2004 Tenby Museum solo exhibition 2008 The National Botanical Gardens of Wales 2010 The 'Last Three Seine Fishing Boats' Carmarthenshire Museum, July, August 2011 The last Three Seine Fishing Boats & other works,12th October to 18th November Oriel Lliw, Pontardawe Arts Centre. July 2012 ' Life on The Estuary' at The National Waterfront Museum Swansea November 6th to November 23rd 2012 'We Are Sacred. We Are Beautiful' at The Grand Theatre Swansea. The Bhaven Centre, West Kensington, London A Passage to India' group exhibition May 2015