Originally from West Yorkshire, Ceridwen Powell came to Mid-Wales in 1983 to study English at Aberystwyth University. She moved to North Powys in 1998, where she is now very well settled, along with her dog, cat and two ponies. She is an interdisciplinary artist and writer, mainly poetry. She gained an MA Fine Art in October 2019. She uses the artist name Ceridwen Powell and pen name Rosamund McCullain. She is an abstract artist and enjoys working in different media and following her ideas and inspirations. Much of her work explores disability issues, as a disabled person and writer and artist she feels that it is very important to speak out and speak up for disability rights. She is interested in the role that the arts and creativity can play in helping individuals and communities to thrive and heal.