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TALKS
 
 We have given a number of illustrated talks and slideshows and regularly update the content to include not just garden moths and butterflies, but other aspects of running a productive and attractive garden that also encourages biodiversity. We currently use HD digital equipment to give high quality image projection.

 

The talks/video presentation which we have given this year is entitled 'The Botany of Desire' and reflects on the advantages of encouraging insects and other wildlife into the garden. It was filmed with the same camera which Julian used to make a film 'Epiphany In Translation' which won best European Documentary at this year's SBFF, and lasts about 40 minutes.

 

If you are part of a group or organisation that might be interested in arranging for us to come and give one of our talks please contact us by emailing thegardenimpressionists@gmail.com or telephone us on 01558 685119

 

Groups we have given talks to recently include: Llandyssul Gardening Weekend, Newquay Gardening Club,Cothi Gardening Club and Lechryd Gardening Club.

 

EXHIBITIONS

Images created for the DVD-Rom of moths and Moth-Art have been used in a number of exhibitions: Aberglasney Gardens from October 2008 to March 2009, the National Botanic Gardens of Wales from April to July 2009, and at Newton House, Dinefwr (National Trust) from September 4th - 18th 2010.

 

Aberglasney October 2008 - March 2009 

National Botanic Garden of Wales April 2009 - July 2009

 

 

Newton House, Dinefwr (National Trust) September 2010

We now have the exhibition in a semi-permanent location at our home available to visitors to our garden which we open for charity through the National Garden Scheme (NGS). Visitors, both individual and groups, are welcome by prior appointment throughout the year. Contact details are on the NGS website (www.ngs.org.uk) or the NGS Yellow Book or West Wales Brochure (look for Gelli Uchaf in Carmarthenshire).