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Spectacular landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds and Yorkshire Moors in vivid vibrant colours and striking patterns produced by agricultural machinery and intense farming methods working in harmony with the landscape have inspired my recent work.

In contrast I have previously produced work based on the dynamic industrial landscape heritage of South Yorkshire. This body of work provides an historical record of industry now largely disappeared.

14 paintings commissioned by the National Coal Board in the 1970s are on the BBC website and can be viewed by clicking here.

Most images are available prints. Prices from £50 depending on size.

 
 

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STANDING PILLARS, RAF BEMPTON

Concrete pillars on the cliff top at Bempton which are part of the remaining surface structures of the RAF Station built in the 1950s.

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ULROME BEACH

Concrete sea defences stranded on the beach.

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Advert from the Scarborough Evening News on Tuesday August 16th 2012 - Click here to download a pdf

 
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