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Oriel Linda Norris Gallery

Pembrokeshire landscape painter Linda Norris shows her paintings and landscape-inspired jewellery online and in her gallery in the Preseli Hills, Pembrokeshire. Situated in the village of Maenclochog on the B4313 between Fishguard and Narberth, the gallery is open Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays 10am-6pm. Works include original landscape paintings, limited edition reproduction prints, and silver and glass jewellery. Interest-free credit available. "I have an emotional relationship with landscapes that are on the edge of things and the Pembrokeshire coast is just that. The ever-changing quality of the light here renders the landscape constantly alive.The sea is so much part of this it can be densely grey in the morning and bright turquoise in the afternoon."

Oriel Linda Norris Gallery
Llwynon Maenclochog
Clynderwen
Pembrokeshire
SA66 7LB
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Pembrokeshire artist Welsh landscape painter Art Gallery in Wales Welsh jewellery Welsh art, Narberth, Fishguard, St. Davids, Newport Pembrokeshire

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Oriel Linda Norris Gallery Clynderwen Pembrokeshire Artists

Pembrokeshire landscape painter Linda Norris shows her paintings and landscape-inspired jewellery online and in her gallery in the Preseli Hills, Pembrokeshire. Situated in the village of Maenclochog on the B4313 between Fishguard and Narberth, the gallery is open Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays 10am-6pm. Works include original landscape paintings, limited edition reproduction prints, and silver and glass jewellery. Interest-free credit available. "I have an emotional relationship with landscapes that are on the edge of things and the Pembrokeshire coast is just that. The ever-changing quality of the light here renders the landscape constantly alive.The sea is so much part of this it can be densely grey in the morning and bright turquoise in the afternoon."