Ceredigion Art Trail & Directory of Artists, Makers, Performers & Venues

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CAT is indebted to Pamela Judge for her great generosity in preparing the following guide in order to help in the preparation of pictures for publicity. 
A good photograph to illustrate an article may be what decides whether it is published or not. It may also be what draws the reader’s eye to your story and gets them to your exhibition or other event.

Ceredigion Art Trail artist, Chloe Rodenhurst was recently the subject of a special project for the Year 7 pupils at Coleg Cymmunedol Y Dderwen, Tondu in Bridgend.

The project’s aim was to make contact with and learn about a real working Welsh artist and the children were so inspired by Chloe’s original and unusual style that they chose her work. The assignment’s objective was to encourage the children to think of different questions to ask the artist and then to produce their own work inspired by Chloe’s style.

The first in a series of promotional literature is shortly to be distributed via Tourist Information Centres and other 'key' venues.

Z-fold, with English on one side and Welsh on the other, the leaflet promotes the website content, and the 'Create Your Own Art Trail' facility.

At Celtic Sustainables here in Cardigan, we love to hear about how people all over the UK are using the products we sell.

We were thrilled to catch up with Donna from “Sea of Grass” who told us about the natural art supplies she makes and sells from our new range of Coloured Earth Pigments. 

Ceredigion has one of Britain’s tastiest stretches of coastline. Fresh air, fresh seafood direct from the bay and the time and space to relax and enjoy.


Perfect for get away from it all or full-on family holidays. Our colourful and historic seafaring ports are inspiration for poets and artists, a gourmet’s delight and destinations for adventure seekers ‘in the know’ about top waves and the best chill-out weekends and festivals.

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