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Mythical beasts inhabit Cardiff Bay

Treeptych by Jonathan Edwards

The Hiber-Nation was inspired by wild natural scenery around Wales
(Images from Wales Millenium Centre)

A pack of friendly monsters created by a North Wales couple is heading to Wales Millenium Centre (WMC) for an art display starting Friday 6 December.

This huggable yeti is over eight feet tall

This huggable yeti is over 8 feet tall

The Hiber-Nation includes over twenty 3D creatures created from tweed, wool and flannel from Welsh mills. The concept sketches that these beasties were based on are also on display.

Louise Evans (who professionally goes by Felt Mistress) and Jonathan Edwards have shown their work around the world, but this will be their first exhibition on Welsh soil.

WMC’s Head of Programming Louise Miles-Crust is thrilled to introduce the creativity of this talented Welsh couple to Cardiff Bay.

“Their work is both visually stunning and fun, so we hope that art lovers and families alike will enjoy the exhibition,” she says.

Become acquainted with a few of Felt Mistress’s quirky creations in this video.

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