A view of the Mawddach Estuary on a clear spring day with woodland lining the shores.
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Eryri — Inspiring varied and vibrant art

Eryri is a place that has inspired some of the nation’s most prestigious works of art, including poetry, music and visual art of all kinds.

The stunning National Park landscape continues to inspire today and contributes greatly to the culture and identity of the area.

Eryri in words
Some of the most well-known poems of the Welsh language were inspired by Eryri. Some of Wales' greatest poets lived in the area and drew constant inspiration from the surrounding landscape. Eryri's most famous poems include 'Bro' by T.H. Parry-Williams, 'Tryfan' by Eurig Salisbury and 'Atgo' by Hedd Wyn.
Eryri on canvas
There is no better example of Eryri's inspiration on art than on canvas. A long tradition of landscape painters drawing inspiration from Eryri ranges from early artists such as Richard Wilson and William Turner to contemporary artists such as Lisa Eurgain Taylor and Kyffin Williams.
The Musician
Eryri on the stage
In 2013, Eryri's incredible landscape was used to stage Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru's production of 'Blodeuwedd'. The production was performed at Tomen y Mur, Trawsfynydd—the original setting of this remarkable tale from the legendary collection, the Mabinogi.
Eryri in song
Ancient Welsh traditions of folk song and poetry have endured in Eryri since the days of poets entertaining in the courts of the princes. Eryri is also home to a vibrant contemporary music scene, with the Welsh language playing a significant part in the area's musical culture.