Follow the creation of Anthony Garratt's Uchel ac Isel (High and Low) amidst the peaks and caverns of Snowdonia. The project features two industrial scale paintings, created in two very different dramatic and inspiring sites. One double sided painting floats high on Llyn Llydaw lake; dwarfed by Mount Snowdon's grandeur and flickering in the wind. The other rests low, deep beneath the mountains in an abandoned slate mining cavern at Llechwedd. Each work relates materially to the heritage of it's location and is continually evolving in relation to the elements around it. The floating Llyn Llydaw piece blooms and oxidises as the copper and iron mixed with the paint are torn by wind, rain and the waters of the lake. Deep in Llechwedd slate caverns below Blaenau Ffestiniogg another paintings rusts, as iron and slate bleed through it's composition; adapting to the damp darkness like countless miners before it.