I had an exhibition opening at the Biscuit Factory last Friday evening, 5th June, as part of their Summer Exhibition. I have recent paintings of Hadrian's Wall and the Northumberland coast in the exhibition and have been given a very nice large corner space next to the cafe upstairs. The paintings are all in oil, most with hand made frames, and I also have unframed limited edition giclee prints available in a print brouser. It was a very plesent evening and nice to meet a number of friends at the opening, many coming from the Allendale, Langley and Hexham areas, thanks to all for coming along. In the afternoon I was interviewed about the work by Dave Whetstone of the Journal and the article appeared in today's edition of the Journal under Arts and Culture. You can see the article on the media page of my website (create link?).
I exhibited with the Biscuit factory at their first show about fifteen years ago with a series of mixed media paintings of New York, and about every two years after that. It is really nice to be exhibiting there again after a break of four years whilst I set up my own gallery and current studio in Hexham.
The Biscuit factory is open seven days a week and the Summer Show runs until 4th September.