| 2 September 2010
Welsh hillfort inspires paintings
In an excavation at Moel y Gaer hillfort, Llanbedr near Ruthin (Denbighshire, Wales) last year, students from Bangor and Vienna uncovered evidence of how the banks of the fort had been built and found tantalising glimpses of a possible building. Local artist Bill Kneale visited the site and produced paintings and landscape views of the Clwydian Range. Together with works by Mary Lloyd Jones, they are now on display in the Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery in Bangor along with aerial photographs, reconstruction paintings and archaeological plans. Admission is free.
Source: Denbighshire Visitor (25 August 2010)
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