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Terry Morris calls for Welsh national portrait gallery

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BBC Wales Arts BBC Wales Arts | 11:06 UK time, Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Welsh photographer Terry Morris, the man behind the Cool Cymru collection featuring some of Wales' best known celebrities, has called for a national portrait gallery in Wales.

Morris spoke out at a one day exhibition of some of his portrait works in Llanelli library yesterday to mark St David's Day. Read more on the story on the WalesOnline website.

He is set to photograph the likes of Catherine Zeta Jones and Tanni Grey-Thompson later this year, has just completed a commission for Hollywood icon Sir Anthony Hopkins and has recently received an accolade from US publishers Kennedy for his emotive picture End of Shift.

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