"Being close to and caring for the natural environment has always been close to my heart, and it has had a profound effect on my life. Whatever life throws at me it is always to the countryside that I turn to restore my health, my balance and to recharge the incredible energy I derive from just being out there. This is especially so of the mountains and wild places. It gives meaning to my paintings and keeps me in touch with reality when much of the world is in turmoil.
It goes without saying that when such places are threatened by
inappropriate development that I naturally feel the need to spring to
their defence, and sadly never before have such threats been so
potentially devastating as we now see unfolding before our eyes. Much of
my work has had to be put aside so that I can protest about what is now
happening in Wales, and indeed much of Britain..."
Go to David's Blog to read more of what he has to say about the horrific plans to put 800 or more wind turbines across the wild and beautiful mountains and countryside of Wales.
Thursday, May 30, 2013
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