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Brick Lane

Brick Lane, East London, 2017, A5

I had a walk up Brick Lane on a Sunday afternoon this May. It was a lot more crowded than it used to be. Its well established on the tourist trail. But the flea market is still going; albeit in a smaller area around Sclater Street, which is where most of these drawings were done.

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Holmfirth Artweek

Holmfirth Artweek, July 2013

Tim Copsey and Vanda Battye invited me to take part in the inaugural exhibition at EmptySpace, a converted barn in the village of Holme, West Yorkshire. The show was part of the Holmfirth Artweek Fringe. The other exhibitors at EmptySpace were Tim Copsey, Richard Fitton, Lucy Newman and Dave Tebbs.

During the show I went on walks in the locality making drawings of the landscape and places I visited. Back at the barn I pinned the drawings on the wall in sequence, building up a record of the weeks work.

I spent one morning at Holmfirth Cattle Market.

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