Here’s a great project, to create huge pieces of land art which will be visible from the air during the Tour de France. Schools, artists, sports people involved. More info here
Good day following a trail of art through Leeds. No matter how much we try virtual on-line spaces can be no match for people coming together and creating physical works in real spaces. Walking to the new Tetley Gallery, through a much renovated area of Leeds, the building canal side looked great. Below is… Read More »
Lovely day spent in Harrogate today with Mrs W. We thought we’d be tourists and plan the visit using trip advisor which recommended the Mercer Gallery and Valley Gardens. Amazingly I have never walked through Valley Gardens before and what a delight it is. Harrogate is very fortunate to have such a beautiful park with… Read More »
What a great couple of days we’ve had. Yesterday we went to see some friends who have recently moved into a farmhouse on Addingham Moorside, an absolutely superb spot. From there we walked up to Windgate Nick and it really looked like we were in the Alps. Today we went to the Hockney exhibition at… Read More »
This is a shot of one of my favourite places, Salts Mill. I love the Victorian atmosphere which evokes something of the stern and solid convictions about community life imposed by Titus. The community of Saltaire once included a poet, James Waddington, who may well be an ancestor. Saltaire is an incredibly creative place oozing with artists… Read More »
I do like Skipton’s Art in the Pen. For a start, it’s a great idea – holding an exhibition in a livestock auction mart. A space normally bustling with farmers and animals becomes space to eye up the work of local artists.
At All Saints Church in Ilkley we are currently debating the future of our church development. The conversations are inevitably fueled by the cost and the awareness that the church is about people and not primarily buildings. So what we need is a clear connection between the building and something deeper. I was inspired to remember (thanks… Read More »
We completed the Hidden Keighley discovery day yesterday. Six schools trekking around the town in search of boxes which had been transformed by the children.
An animated short film made in a potting shed in Ilkley (according to Screen Yorkshire) has been nominated for the 'Public Choice' in the British Animation Awards. The film has been produced by Duchy Parade Films based in Harrogate. The National Media Museum in Bradford will be showing the animation on Saturday 27th February. And… Read More »
I have been enjoying the Tate Channel – an online collection of videos with artists of various shades.