Gwyn Ardyth (b. California, USA), studied art in California, New York and England, achieving an HND in Fine Art at Weston College, Somerset (2003) and a BA(Hons) Degree in Drawing and Applied Art at the University of the West of England, Bristol (2006). Gwyn now lives in a beautiful wooded valley in West Wales, UK.
Gwyn Ardyth has been painting and exhibiting art for more than 20 years. She is inspired by Nature, and loves creating art that brings the Spirit of Nature to the canvas. Gwyn has taught art workshops to adults and young teens, believing everyone has an innate creative ability which can heal and inspire.
Member of :
Ceredigion Art Trail
Art Trail Magazine
Caduceus Magazine, Issue 88
Exhibition at The Brewhouse (2017), 'Belonging' at The Engine Room (2017), FIND A TREE at Ilminster Arts Centre (2016), Taunton Live at Calverts & Holiday Inn (2016), 'Under the Surface' at the Red Brick Building, Glastonbury (2016), TRANSFORMATION at Somerton Town Hall (2014), SCAN at Grant Bradley Gallery, Bristol (2013), 'One Voice, Many Colours' at Ilminster Arts Centre (2013), 'Woods for the Trees' at Hestercombe Gardens, Taunton (2013), SCAN at SAW 2012 at Ilminster Arts Centre (2012), The Gallery Cafe, Chard (2012), 'Landscape Visions' at Ilminster Arts Centre (2012), Blue Cedar Gallery, Glastonbury (2011), Atlantic Art Gallery, Monmouth (2008), ‘BloodRelative’ at The Paintworks, Bristol (2007), DRAW at Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University (2006); The Toll House Gallery, Clevedon (2005, 2004); The Bristol Guild, Bristol (2005); Open Studios, Barley Wood Walled Garden, Wrington, North Somerset (2005); ‘Into the Woods’ solo exhibition, Hans Price Gallery, Weston-super-Mare (2005); DRAW – Second Site, Hengrove Gallery, Bristol (2005), 'Above and Below', Hillview Artspace, Wedmore, Somerset (2004), 'Allotted Space', Create Centre, Bristol (2004), Firehouse Gallery, New York (1996); Nassau County Museum of Art, New York (1997), Laguna Beach Arts Festival, California (1977).