National Waterfront Museum which had a fascinating array of exhibits including thought-provoking films and recordings of people describing their lives and work as well displays highlighting the importance of coal, metals and other industries
Kyffin Williams ( one of my favourite artists)
With the museum about to close, no time for drawing there. When buying Welsh Cakes in the gift shop , I asked directions for the quickest route to the sea and spent a very pleasant hour walking along the promenade and the almost deserted beach.
sand dune plant restoration trials.
' Sail Bridge'
The following day, most of the Cwilt Cymru exhibition apart from my 4 pieces ( below) had already been taken down and were placed on large sheets of bubble wrap. It was great to catch up with Judy Stephens as we companionably matched up quilts with wrappings and poles , carefully packing them up into rolls greatly assisted by a member of museum staff who'd helped to unwrap them . I don't know how Judy managed to get them all in her small car! My quilts fitted neatly into my bag ( a Berghaus Mule II 80- expensive but it's proved invaluable on many trips) but then I deliberately make my quilts narrow so I can post them easily!