Exhibition at The Millinery Works, Islington

This group show, with the theme Botanic opens on 9th July. I have 20 pictures included: many of them are from sketchbooks of my garden, and others from France.

Summer Garden, watercolour    Pines at Roussillon, gouache    Poppies in the Barn, watercolour    Poplar Copse, L'Arceau watercolour    Oak in a Cow Field near Abercych, watercolour    Hyacinth     Trees at Gregynog, watercolour

Small Bunch on Grey, oils    October Garden, oils

Sketchbook – Welsh National Opera’s ‘In Parenthesis’

WNO book WNO flyer email

The drawings were made during three days of dress rehearsals in May of this year. As well as the music, this new production was visually amazing. The drawings have been made into a book 7.5 x 5.5 inches, 24 pages, stiff cover, and are £20 + £1.50 p&p. Available from me, contact haines_studio@hotmail.com

WNO 7   WNO 6   WNO 5  WNO 3




Open Studio July 2nd-10th 2016

My studio at Brynmorris will be open from 11 to 5pm on these days.

I’m sharing the space with Dick Evans (original prints and watercolours) and Helen Taylor Gilbert (batiks):

Helen Taylor Gilbert batik Dick Evans collograph - Copy

As well as my new works, there will be numerous unframed sketches, collographs and monoprints. Prices from £50

Entragues, Lot valley  Preseli mixed media 6x9 cm P1170172   Wooded Hillside Acrylic, 15x10cms

And my garden looks amazing!


Look forward to seeing you,




‘New to Us’ exhibition at The Millinery Works, Southgate Road, London N1

This exhibition of 13 artists new to the gallery will run from 2nd until 28th February. See www.millineryworks.co.uk for details.  Here are the paintings I will be showing:

Fields 8x8cms oil   Windy Headland 18x13 cms  Mixed Flowers 20x20 cms oil   Preseli Sun 20x20 cms oilRed Shed 20x20 cms oil

I am also planning an Open Studio at Brynmorris in July….details to follow nearer the time



Review of Exhibition at Oriel Q 2004

The miniature is not normally the chosen mode of a landscape painter, but here it has reached far and achieved the status of a religious icon – work for serious contemplation. They are almost jewels. For someone who puts too much in too large a canvas, this is a welcome step. The influence on this group of paintings are vast. If we leave out the Blue Rider in the larger works, the amalgam of Paul Klee and Samuel Palmer creates a unique genre of miniature landscapes. There is something very interesting here.

Geoff Yeomans

Review of Gallery on the Usk Show 2012

Elizabeth’s studio is embedded in the Pembrokeshire  landscape, the ancient fields , the wild stony outcrops, the sharp coastline which make Pembrokeshire so different from Breconshire.

Going there is a Narnian Experience…first into the small wooden shed, densely packed with the paraphernalia of an artist but then this opens into a larger space with a great window out on to the landscape and finally through this one enters a great space, I think formerly a cattle shed but now subdivided into fascinating and delightful spaces, for teaching, for playing, for performing for relaxing for studying.

In some ways her paintings are like this too… you can enter them on a simple level, relishing colours and textures, enjoying apparently inconsequential marks, but from these emerge a larger space and deeper forms, sometimes there are hints of mountains and forests,  intimations of buildings and trees  and the further you go into the picture the more there is to see.

Elizabeth has lived in Pembrokeshire for over 40 years and her work has gradually become more abstract , more suggestive more mysterious..   but she is still working in the great British tradition of the landscape, reading and interpreting  nature and returning it to the viewer enriched.

William Gibbs

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