Helfa Gelf


Alwyn Dempster Jones

  • Painting


I walk a great deal and try to record what I see. Paintings of landscapes, slivers and vistas. I use pastels, sometimes pen and ink and occasionally watercolour.

Directions to studio

From Mold town centre proceed along New St./Ruthin Rd., turn LEFT into Bryn Coch Lane, then second RIGHT into Upper Bryn Coch, then RIGHT into Ffordd Trem y Foel. No. 24 is on the RIGHT at the bottom of a slope. You are welcome to park on our drive.

Studio information

Family friendly Wheelchair friendly Parking nearby Toilet access Welsh Speaker Work for sale Price range £25 to £650 Commissions accepted

Contact & address Details

24 Ffordd Trem y Foel, Parc Bryn Coch, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1NG

01352 756017

Studio Opening Times

September 2018 Times:
Opening Times: 11am - 5pm
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    Late Friday Opening Days:
    Opening Times: 7pm - 9pm
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A graduate of Manchester College of Art and Design and Cardiff University, I am a freelance painter/illustrator and have had artwork reproduced by The Sunday Times, The Times Educational Supplement, The Observer and many periodicals. I have produced advertisements for Yorkshire Television, designed and illustrated books and other publications as well as exhibitions for The National Trust, The Rambler’s Association, The Concrete and Cement Association, The Welsh Books Council, Kellogg’s, Marks & Spencer, BBC and many others.

My paintings have been exhibited in major galleries throughout the country and my work is found in many corporate and public collections including Airbus, AirAsia, Castle House, Clwyd County Council, Maelor Pharmaceuticals and Unilever. My paintings are found in many private collections in this country and in the USA, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, France, Germany and Chile. Published by RotoVision and Blurb, and recently I have been featured in ‘A Dictionary of Artists in Wales, Post-war to Post-modern’ by Gomer Press.





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