Good start to a new year

  It's been a busy couple of months for me, but they've been good ones. I have a major project coming up, of which more in the next blog. First though I have the news that the Arctic Convoys exhibition 'For Those In Peril..' will be showing at Sheffield's Kelham Island Industrial Museum from March … Continue reading Good start to a new year

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Lest we forget

829 Merchant Seamen from 104 ships, and 1,944 Royal Navy personnel from 18 ships lost their lives on Arctic Convoy duty. In protecting the convoys, the RN sank 5 surface ships, 31 submarines and many, many aircraft. Countless more were pulled from the water, from their ships, and from boats and islands, by the RN … Continue reading Lest we forget

Last day of the show

Last day of my exhibition today - For Those In Peril..' at Gage Gallery, Ball Street, Sheffield S3 8EN 11am - 6pm. 205 visitors to date, which is good for a show in the second floor of a factory complex in Sheffield's industrial hinterland, and I have really enjoyed watching the way viewers have engaged … Continue reading Last day of the show

The Troubadour’s tale

July 4th 1942, and Arctic Convoy PQ17 is under heavy attack by Torpedo Bombers flown from Luftwaffe air bases in Norway and Finland. The Navarino has already been abandoned and wallows ablaze in the water. The convoy is 240 miles east of Bear Island, and 800 miles still to go. On the Panamanian registered freighter … Continue reading The Troubadour’s tale

For those in peril..

My first solo show in a gallery since 2014, and my most ambitous project yet. For those in peril.. will include 18 paintings, 4 sculptures and an ambient audio backing, and will take the viewer on a journey from Liverpool to Murmansk and back, seeking to evoke a sense of what it was like to … Continue reading For those in peril..