A re-interpretation of the original oil painting "Up Cwmdonkin" only this time much larger and framed. "Another 'refractionist' painting. The title takes it's name from the actual park, Cwmdonkin Park, which is where the poet and composer of words Dylan Thomas walked an displayed as a child and adolescent, maybe imagined and constructed as a young man, and dreamed big dreams. His family home hugged the side of the park, on the steep of the hill running alongside the park. Perhaps he extended his journey to the Uplands Tavern this way or then again, perhaps not!"
oil painting on linen canvas