Ian McMorrin  1938 -  2017
                                                                                         link to Ian McMorrin Photographs
           Link to online Book  Ian in Antarctica 1961-64
                                    This book is from personal letters to his parents in Zimbabwe and reports  from Antarctica

         I have uploaded the eulogies given by myself and our two daughters. Anna and Flora on November 4th. 2017  Link

     Gaynor McMorrin

Having spent two months, October, November 198 in Mexico I have so much to write about.
I will be starting a new page on projects soon

Death of Culture


The Last Invasion of Britain

Dylan Thomas

'The Japan Project'




Film Maker





We had a visit by four artists from Kyoto which is an extension of the Japan Project which has seen the Society take two exhibitions to Kyoto in 2009 and 2012. Four Japanese artists came to Pembrokeshire, Natsuki Kurimoto, Hiroshi Ueta, Makiko Berry and Naomi Ando
This project is a bridge for innovation and communication  Cross cultural working does have that novelty which we think began to meet our aims of intensifying the artists value and  their consideration by the wider community.

The AKIN Collaboration Exhibition in Tregwynt Mansion with works by FAS artists and by each of our Japanese artists was very successful with Hiroshi Ueta demonstrating Shodo at the Opening .A film of this and Shodo in the Bishops Palace, St Davids, Pembrokeshire can be seen on :- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQVGIh3f2CY



  FAS OpenArt2016 Summer Exhibition in the historic Ballroom , Tregwynt Mansion.

'Anthropocene' is Europa being attacked by a dinosaur claw
 OpenArt 2016 Exhibition
opened by Peter Lord,
photographs can be linked to from:

Stoneware 'Train People' see the

'The Japan Project'

A film, by me, of this latest exhibition 'Dialogue' can be seen on:

barcodelink.netContact : gmcmorrin@gmail.com