The last Invasion of Britain 1797
Digital prints, A4 framed for sale £35.00 +postage
These prints were for sale in the Battle of Fishguard Exhibition in Tregwynt Mansion 21st/22nd of February
Fighting Ships of
Ghost Ship off Carreg
Researching the 'Last Invasion has been fascinating. Much of Irish history at the time is never taught in our schools.
I started from an initial queston 'Why did it happen?' which has taken me down many roads and in different time frames.
Being a ceramicist I wanted to make my Jemima and she was beginning to
emerge in my mind as the archetype of a hard, Welsh, aged woman which I have
seen throughout my life with a deference still to authority and a
certainty of right of action. The light of past events shines in her
and she is ready to move once again. 'Jemima Niclas 1832' in the Fas Summer Exhibition in Tregwynt Mansion
The writing below is a playlet written about Jemima in the year of her
death, part researched from available sources and then using a writer's
perogative to expand. It is by her side as a small book