One body, many parts.

At the Salt Mills Gallery at Saltaire, Bradford, there’s a wonderful plaque listing job titles of some of the workers that used to work at the Salt Mills during the 80s. This is part of an exhibition by Ian Beesley. Sadly, these workers no longer work there and their roles no longer exist at thisContinue reading “One body, many parts.”

So this is Christmas..

Christmas can be a very challenging time for a lot of people. There’s so much expectation from the media, our neighbours, our family and friends. It must be particularly difficult for someone who had lost a loved one during this time of the year. It must be difficult for those that are struggling to makeContinue reading “So this is Christmas..”

Unfinished Journey

As we grow older and wiser, it’s easier to look at someone younger and less experienced and feel a little frustrated. We desperately want to give them a helping hand or even just throw the answer over to them. An example I had in mind was handing over a finished crossword puzzle to someone. There’sContinue reading “Unfinished Journey”

1853 Gallery, Salt Mill, Saltaire, Yorkshire

Someone had remarked that some of my paintings were painted in the style of David Hockney. That was quite an honour, especially as I have heard that one of his paintings was sold as the most expensive piece of art by a living artist. In truth, I’m sure that all paintings look familiar in theirContinue reading “1853 Gallery, Salt Mill, Saltaire, Yorkshire”