Art Workshops

An art workshop was held thanks to Ardal o Harddwch Naturiol Eithriadol (Llŷn) and Cronfa Degwm Pistyll.

Workshop 1

The workshop was held over three days during the Whitsun holidays and catrin Williams was invited to work with the children.


The children really enjoyed looking at patterns in the chapel, reminising about the Sunday School before Covid and collecting important names and words from the local area. They also enjoyed sketching sessions outdoors and everyone, of course, enjoyed eating the contents of their lunchboxes in the playing field. Catrin even took advantage of the old slates off the roof of the chapel to create pictures to treasure.

At the end of the three days the children had produced panels which showed their interpretation of the history and architecture of the chapel.

Workshop 2


ollowing the success of Catrin Williams’ workshop a workshop was held with Cian Owen in July. Although the vestry was full you could hear a pin drop as everyone (including a few adults by now) concentratged on drawing their homes in Cian’s unique style and adding the little stickmen which are so much a part of his artwork.


Workshops with Catrin - Summer of 2022

Summer of 2022 Workshop - Colouring shirts.

November 2022 Workshop - Willow Weaving.

A crafft workshop was held by Eirian Muse on the 3 of November. Eirian weaves willow to make baskets and Christmas decorations. The children really enjoyed themselves and all went home with a Christmas decoration.

Easter Garder Workshop - April 2023
A team of children came together to learn a little about the Easter story and create an Easter garden. A group of kids got together to get some Easter history and create a garden. Each one worked very diligently. I hope the flowers keep growing!

Gweithdy creu modelau Papier Mache gyda Carys Bryn - Mai 2023

A group came to the vestry during the half term holidays to work with Caryds Bryn to make models for welcoming the Eisteddfod to the area. Everyone was very busy working in groups and, although there was a bit of a mess created with the paper paste, the results were impressive.