Trip to the Chantry chapel today to meet David Royston, Chair of the trust and see the space with a view to installing the clinker tower piece within the basement. Several decades of history notable through build-up of spiders webs, a twisting stone staircase and prospect that the place floods on a regular basis. A damp and underground odour which gives … Continue reading Chantry Chapel
Pencil on paper porthole study for 'violent confrontation' banner.
Pencil on paper. Study for Durham gala banner portholes in etching.
Australian seamen and different trade unions, slogans and graffiti down at the dock.
Two prints from last week of etching course. The one at the bottom just a plain etching on hard ground. The one above with the addition of Aquatint and sugarlift.
Aquatint on a hard ground.
Aquatint on a hard ground etching with heavy acid bite outline.
Two police officers assist a colleague from a battle scene.
Sketch of police restraining a miner during the strikes.
The Pursuit of the Idle. Coalpickers tirelessly picking a seam (even when out of work).