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Lyndon Davies HND, BTEC,  Diploma in Art & Design

Technical Support

E-mail: Lyndon.davies@uwtsd.ac.uk

Technical Support for all aspects of the creative activities on the creative art degrees, and the postgraduate Masters' programmes.

Lyndon Davies is committed, passionate, hardworking, organised, knowledgeable and self-motivated. He is a 3D designer with a strong background in ceramics and surface decoration and has a personal interest in developing enamel kiln and firing methods.

Lyndon is experienced in communicating with all types of people and listening and helping with their different needs. As well as working his individual practice, he also enjoys working as part of a team to deliver an efficient operations to high standards. 

As a technician and previously as a ceramic studio manager he has dealt with the sales, manufacturing, handling and transportation of ceramic pieces to trade shows. He is also very experienced at organizing and running show stands at trade fairs.

Lyndon enjoys working in an environment which is diverse in its day-to-day activities, and thrives with the challenge of being faced with different scenarios.

Lyndon also works as a ceramics lecturer at Coleg Sir Gâr on the Graig Campus in Llanelli

He is also a technician in Fine Art and Ceramics at Coleg Sir Gâr, Jobs Well Campus, Carmarthen, in the School of Creative Arts.

  • Ceramics,
  • Enamelware,
  • Sculpture,
  • Printmaking.

Lyndon Davies provides technical support for all aspects of the creative arts within the Art and Design and Arts Practice degrees on the Carmarthen campus. His expertise lies in supporting staff and students in the printmaking and painting workshops as well as in ceramics  As a part of the support team for the degrees, Lyndon is a lively and active member of staff, and contributes a wealth of expertise and knowledge.

His personal creative interest is currently in the transfer of imagery onto enamel ware.