Exhibition of paintings by Eloise Govier (2009-2014 works) at Ffwrn, Fishguard.
Ffwrn is a beautiful café with a wood fire bakery and bar, and is run by wonderful owners Beatrice and Rhodri. The café is housed in a building that was formerly St Mary's Church Hall and is situated in the heart of Fishguard town centre. Ffwrn is a hub of cultural activity, and is the best place to find good food, coffee and creative company.
Eloise and Beatrice finally managed to meet in 2016, after several years of trying to cross-paths. Together they curated a collection of paintings from pieces that remain in Eloise's back catalogue, some of which have only been exhibited once, and some have never been seen beyond the studio walls. The tiger paintings, and café scenes inspired by trips to continental Europe (2009-10), are the core themes of the works exhibited. Eloise is delighted that her paintings are on show for the Fishguard community; a place that is only a stone's throw from Cenarth, where she was raised.
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