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The glorious Buxton Opera House! Its always been about people meeting, experiencing entertainments and enjoyment. The clothes of the people outside carry patterns and features from the magnificent building. The original is egg tempera painted on real gesso on stretched cotton canvas.
Buxton, proud and festive. This was painted for the Buxton Spa Prize. The original is egg tempera painted on real gesso on stretched cotton canvas and framed with a lovely light natural birch wood.
Telling the story of Sir Richard Arkwright and his development of the first factory. The original is egg tempera painted on real gesso on stretched cotton canvas. Framed with a natural light birch frame. Canvas 107 x 71 cm
They play the game 'right manfully' in all the weather that February can throw at them! Egg tempera painted on Acrylic gesso on herringbone weave linen. Original framed with glass and natural oak style frame.
Painted as part of the stations of the cross project for Derby Cathedral. Here Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus carry the cross in Ashbourne Market Place. The original was painted in egg tempera on acrylic gesso on herring bone weave linen and framed in natural oak style wood.
Images of the Miners' strike of 1984 reminded me of Paolo Ucello's Battle of San Romano in the National Gallery. Horses were in the same stance, there was even a greyhound racing across the fields behind the ranks of soldiers.
These words were inspired by a poem by Billy Collins; They look down on us as they row themselves through eternity. They watch the tops of our heads moving below on earth.
Goosey Goosey Gander, there is a sinister background to this; to do with searching out Catholics hiding during the reformation! 'There I found an old man who wouldn't say his prayers, so I took him by his left leg and threw him down the stairs'. The original is egg tempera painted on Acrylic gesso on herringbone weave linen.
Royal Shrovetide Football in Ashbourne. Played in February every year, year after year, in all weathers into the night. Is that the moon or the ball? The original is egg tempera painted on Acrylic gesso on herringbone weave linen.
Painted during the floods of 2014, one of a series about climate change. Noah rescues the farmers and animals. The original is egg tempera painted on real gesso on stretched cotton canvas. 107 x 71 cm.