Wednesday, July 21, 2010
This first one takes the colours from the heathland at South Stacks on Holy Island. The low growing heather and gorse were like a beautiful carpet of fresh greens, yellow and pinks.
"Colours of the Earth" takes it's inspiration from Parys Mountain, the copper mine near Amlwch on the north of Anglesey.
These earthy mineral colours reflect the range of ore that has been mined here for thousands of years and present a very warm palette.
Finally, our last morning on the beach at Aberffraw was the inspiration for this colour selection.
The contrast of the warm sand colours and the cool blues give a very fresh palette.