Mr Garratt will create four 2.5-metre acrylic and oil canvases in total, each of which will be held in place using bespoke steel structures so they can be viewed in the exact spot they were painted.
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Each canvas will remain where it was created (Credit: Richard Broomhall)
Each painting has been designed to withstand the “inevitable rigours of storms and weathering” and will “intentionally transform in character as the light and weather changes around them”.
Anglesey resident, Bun Matthews, owner of Menai Holiday Cottages, commissioned the project in the hope that it will encourage visitors, children and the island’s residents to be inspired by the “double take” on the view.
She said: “We wanted a unique way to celebrate – and share – the beauty and exuberance of the landscapes of Anglesey and North