Jo Cox works as an artist at her home studio in the Nottinghamshire countryside, where she uses a variety of techniques, including printmaking, paint, stitching and collage. After gaining his MSc in Land Management at Reading University he returned to work at the Wales Tourist Board and has lived in Wales ever since, where he learnt to speak Welsh.After working as the Director of Tourism for West Glamorgan Council, Terry became Development Manager for Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments and later Dean and Professor of Tourism Management at Swansea Metropolitan University before establishing his consultancy business.Terry Stevens is the author of Landscape Wales, a pictorial celebration of the glorious natural treasures and landscapes of Wales. Jo shares her house with her children's author husband Michael, her formerly stray hippie cat George and feisty stray Clifton Bridget, another arrival via their author son Tom Cox. Restore your body and mind with Pranayama and Yin yoga, work your way to heart-expanding wheel pose, ignite your energetic core, and find sweet balance on AND off the mat. Andrew Whitson is an award-winning artist and Belfast native who likes to be called Mr. Ando! In later years, Richard moved into the restaurant industry, co-founding Switzerland’s Holy Cow! The Bee Book is her first book for Graffeg, published May 2019, with work currently underway on The Badger Book. Since then she has become something of a social media star, with her Twitter page quickly gaining nearly 4,000 followers and her reputed taste for cave-aged parmesan attracting the attention of the national media.Gaspard the Fox, illustrated by award-winning illustrator James Mayhew, published May 2018. His work is characterised by attention to detail, with many paintings taking more than a decade to complete.All are worked on from the subject, in the correct light and, in the case of landscapes, at the same season and the same time of day. Dr Mark Baker is an architectural historian based in Wales. She was the Bardd Plant (Welsh Children's Poet Laureate) in 2005, and winner of Wales Book of the Year (poetry) in 2016 with her volume Nes Draw. Her second book, Leap, Hare, Leap! He completed a BA in Painting in Cheltenham in 1995 and has a PGCE in Art & Design. and I Like to Put Food in My Welly, both picture books for children aged 3-5. Jason is also a film-maker and photographer. Mark collaborated with Dr Greg Stevenson and David Wilson to produce. Roy's first two children's books published in 2020, Walking with Bamps and The B Team, both illustrated by welsh artist Karl Davies. Let go of the effort required for perfect technique … whatever that is … and just receive its life-giving elixir. The series has expanded every year since, now including 12 titles: Ruabon to Barmouth; Cambrian Coast Line; Aberystwyth to Carmarthen; Brecon to Newport; Chester to Holyhead; Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth; Vale of Neath; The Mid Wales Line; Rhyl to Corwen; Bangor to Afon Wen; Conwy Valley Line; Heads of the Valleys. Known to viewers of S4C television for his series ‘Y Ty Cymreig’ and ‘Y Dref Gymreig’, Greg has authored or co-authored several architecture books including ‘Cartrefi Cymreig/ Welsh Homes’, ‘Cartrefi Cefn Gwlad Cymru/ Houses of the Welsh Countryside’, Palaces for the People, The 1930s Home etc. Upland is an exploration of the wildlife and landscape of the Long Mynd and the Stiperstones, in stunning photography and lyrical nature writing. The book is a celebration of the huge variety of hostelries the city has to offer: old-fashioned ale houses, cavernous chain pubs, cheap ‘n’ cheerful student haunts, glorious beer gardens and idiosyncratic free houses. April 2019 saw the publication of Mark’s debut children’s book, ABC of Opera: Baroque. Julia also won the Ryman’s Literary Review Award for her first published short story, Apple Blossom Time. His first book, British and Irish Tramway Systems since 1945, was published in 1992 and since then he has written extensively on trans-port subjects. Robert Macfarlane is the author of Mountains of the Mind, The Wild Places, The Old Ways, Landmarks, and The Lost Words, co-created with Jackie Morris. Both books have been adapted for television by the BBC. Greg collaborated with Dr Mark Baker and David Wilson to produce 50 Buildings that Built Wales in November 2016. Jane also produced illustrations for Horatio Clare's Brecon Beacons: Myths & Legends, published by Graffeg in June 2017. Her novel East of the Sun was a Sunday Times Best Seller and a Richard and Judy Book Club choice and has sold in 25 countries. Richard’s debut novel, Mostyn Thomas and the Big Rave, was published by Graffeg in 2018. 'Abbey among Oak Trees' by Caspar David Friedrich in 1809-10. Peter is the author of the Lost Tramways series, looking back at the long lost tramway systems of major British towns and cities.

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