An exhibition was held in the Strand Hall, Builth Wells, on 13th April, celebrating the work and life of local artist, David Williams.

David was born in Builth Wells in 1941. Known as `Dai, The Glass`, he produces much of his work in the medium

People gathered to observe the work, which included wood carvings and paintings, inspired by Celtic legends, myths and biblical themes.

Exhibition Co-ordinator Bryan Jones invited local people who had any pieces of work by Dai, to take them along and lend them for the day for the public to see. Items ranged from small glassware pieces to a 6-foot-high wooden sculpture, along with paintings.

Entrance fees were donated to Wales Air Ambulance.