Throughout October we will be exhibiting 'Every Drawing Tells a Story' within the Pierhead Futures Gallery, Cardiff Bay.
Within The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff will be all of the drawings from
Come an celebrate what started in Fishguard, Pembrokeshire and inspired a Nation.
If you would like to help volunteer during these workshops, we would like to run a daily Drawing hour. Please email email@example.com
Artist in Residence at Oriel y Parc, St Davids February 12th - April 7th
A very big thank you to all who supported the Coast Lines drawing project. Particularly:
My community, especially the 1,552 of you who drew! Diolch yn fawr!
The Big Draw for providing the inspiration 'Every Drawing Tells A Story' and their commitment to drawing.
For our funders, and all who helped secure it, (Lorna Livock) PAVS, Pembrokeshire National Parks, (Carl Milne) Stena Line, (Marc Mordey) Alcohol Concern, Fishguard and Goodwick Town Council, (Jeremy Martineau and Kevin Shales) Fishguard Town Team, (Bridget and Barbara) Seaways bookshop, (Kate Wood) Pembrokeshire County Council, (Kate Lindley) RNP and Arriva Trains Wales.
Rhidian and Margaret at Menter Iaith for translating the project into Welsh.
Stena Line and Owen James for moving the sheds.
Pembrokeshire County Council (in particular Marc Owen) for granting permission for the shed load of drawings to be exhibited on the streets of Fishguard and Goodwick.
The volunteers who locked up the sheds at night; Cafe on the Quay, Catherine, Nigel, Bruce, Julia, and Bryn, The Gourmet Pig (Joe) and The Ocean Lab.
A&E Nichols hardware store, Fishguard for their staple gun and keys.
Tracey and all at Fishguard Library for supporting the workshops and displaying the sketchbooks.
Myles and David Pepper for their initial support and donating the 10 meter roll of paper.
Great Art for donating Art Materials throughout the project.
Lauren and Richard in Pembroke Antiques Centre for the beautiful desks and chairs.
All at St Marys Church for exhibiting and looking after The Bigger Picture.
NADFAS Young Arts, in particular Cathy Arthur for enabling the Story Tiles game to be created by Ysgol Glannau Gwaun, Ysgol Bro Gwaun and Ysgol Wdig and for Myfanwy, Jane and Elaine for helping at the workshops.
Peter Pickford for documenting the project throughout.
Josh Macrae for the animation sequence promoting Coast Lines.
BBC National News Correspondent Sian Lloyd, Radio Wales reporter Sarah Moore, Western Telegraph Becky Hotchin and County Echo Mike Lewis for reporting the project and sharing it with the nation!
Photographers Philip Clarke, Karel Mujica and Peter Pickford.
Renate Thome, Raymond Griffiths, Jane James, Philip Clarke, and Karel Mujica aka the Coast Lines Committe for overseeing the project and continued support, throughout.
And finally, my family, Pam and Mike Pickford (aka Mum and Dad) Joe, Reuben (aka Spider-Bat) and Isaac, thank you for everything.
Lizzy Stonhold xx
25th August - 10th September 2016 - Drawing Shed locations: Fishguard, Lower Town, Goodwick. The Bigger Picture, St Marys Church.
1st - 30th September 2015 - Fishguard Library, Town Hall
A mixture of work representing the local coastline by the committee members and information about the project.
1st October - West Wales Arts Centre, Fishguard
A selection of drawing by Elizabeth Stonhold.