Three visualisations of key archaeological sites in Anglesey were created by Aaron Watson in 2015. These featured the Neolithic monuments of Bryn Celli Ddu and Barclodiad y Gawres, and the Iron Age site at Llyn Cerrig Bach. The images were since been integrated into a series of information panels produced by Marion Blockley and Cadw.
Above: The 'megalithic' visitor installation adjacent to the car park at Bryn Celli Ddu, featuring interpretative artwork of sites in the local area (Photo: Aaron Watson)
Above: The central panel includes a detail of the Aaron Watson's artwork featuring Barclodiad y Gawres (Photo: Aaron Watson)
Above: The panel on the right side of the installation features a detail of the Aaron Watson's artwork for Llyn Cerrig Bach (Photo: Aaron Watson)
Above: The interpretation panel for Bryn Celli Ddu chambered cairn was deliberately placed at a discreet distance from the monument, allowing visitors to engage with the site itself with minimal heritage intervention (Photo: Aaron Watson)
Above: The interpretation panel for Barclodiad y Gawres is situated at a discrete distance from the chambered cairn, although the site is visible on the skyline. The panel is set in a stunning location above Porth Trecastell beach (Photo: Aaron Watson)
Above: The finished panel for Barclodiad y Gawres featuring artwork by Aaron Watson (Photo: Aaron Watson)
Above: The panel for Llyn Cerrig Bach, featuring artwork by Aaron Watson, is set in an appropriate setting adjacent to the RSPB's Valley Wetlands Nature Reserve (Photo: Aaron Watson)
Monumental was commissioned to produce the three visualisation artworks by Marion Blockley and Cadw.