I was commissioned by UWC Atlantic College to create a drawing of St Donat’s Castle, the 12th century castle in which the college is based.
Set in 122 acres of woodland and farmland, and with its own valley and seafront, the castle became home to an American newspaper magnate in 1925, and was later bought and then donated to Atlantic College’s governing body, in 1960.
I created a coloured and a black and white version of the drawing and the college gives prints of them to current students and alumni.
The castle is also a popular wedding venue, and my drawing has also been turned into wedding invitations, cards and a larger version was even used for wedding guests to sign around instead of a guest book.
See more of my drawings of iconic Welsh buildings here.
I’m an artist who creates beautiful memory boxes and intricate ink drawings to help you connect with the people and places you love.