Two welsh artists are launching a joint exhibition at Off the Wall Gallery in Cardiff.

The “Colour Me Cardiff/ Lliwia Fi’n Llandaf” exhibition launches on Saturday, April 16

Local artist Eloise Govier from Cenarth is joining up with Swci Delic to put on a show of intensely bright neon paintings and sculptures.

"We have a mutual obsession with strong contrasts, fluorescent colours - the need for neon - it is a passion shared,” said Eloise.

The artist’s work at the interface between Expressionism and Pop/OP Art and both utilise contemporary digital and traditional art methods.

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is cited as one major influence for the two artists.

The artists discovered they had both seen Kusama's show at the Tate Modern in 2012.

"We realise that our combined work might be quite overwhelming. But our shared aim is to spread a bit of joy, positivity, and have people going "wow" when they enter the space,” explains Eloise.

Swci Delic was formerly the Welsh language singer Swci Boscawen, who’s career came to a sudden end after collapsing with a brain tumour in 2010.

Swci said: “As I tried to come to terms with this new way of life, the emptiness I felt without music was replaced by a huge, burning desire to paint. My brain wanted to create big bold patterns and use as much colour as possible. I became obsessed. I dream about painting.”

Swci Delic works from her studio in Carmarthen and her large collection of works acts as an ongoing exercise in colour therapy.

Eloise Govier grew-up in Cenarth and works from her studio in Ceredigion, she is known for her trade-mark paintings of thick swathes of colourful oil on canvas.