‘Birmingham By Pass’ 2017
       
     
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 Continuing my ongoing ‘investigation’ into some of Birmingham’s more unapparent areas,  ‘Birmingham By Pass’  featured new works referencing my time spent along the canals and waterways of Digbeth.
       
     
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 Updated weekly, the collaged installation revealed my views as I painted my way along the canal.
       
     
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'Under Bordesley' 2017
       
     
'Bordesley Cut, Just Past Midnight' 2017
       
     
'Along the Towpath' 2017
       
     
'Rope Marked Iron Neon Skyline' 2017
       
     
 Selected pages from the  zine  documenting my progress.
       
     
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  Bottom left corner:    'Swimmers (Duo)'  linocut produced for the show.
       
     
 Installation views inside the gallery which stands alongside the canal.
       
     
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  "As I've walked, paddled, balanced but fortunately not swam my way across the canals I have many people to thank for all their help, companionship, perseverance, snacks, wetsuits, canoes, ladders, documentation, humour, moral support and guidance throughout... Many thanks to: Jenny Moore, Ian Rogers (GPA), Log Roper, Richard & Alicja (Centrala), Lisa Meyer, Phil Burrows (Friends of the Earth), Nick Cleaver (C&RT), Ben Waddington, Victoria Pattison-Willits, Kate McLauchlan, Andrew Wong, Amy McLauchlan, Adam Gale and always Matthew Watkins.    (Thank you also those who stopped to chat / gongoozle, in particular: Silent Steve, John & Joe and The Canadians)"
       
     
‘Birmingham By Pass’ 2017
       
     
‘Birmingham By Pass’ 2017

Installation at Centrala Gallery Birmingham, with murals along the Grand Union Canal. 

            X marks the spot  
       
     

          X marks the spot 

 Continuing my ongoing ‘investigation’ into some of Birmingham’s more unapparent areas,  ‘Birmingham By Pass’  featured new works referencing my time spent along the canals and waterways of Digbeth.
       
     

Continuing my ongoing ‘investigation’ into some of Birmingham’s more unapparent areas, ‘Birmingham By Pass’ featured new works referencing my time spent along the canals and waterways of Digbeth.

bridgeloopbFW.jpg
       
     
canalcreditLucyMcLauchlanFWBW.jpg
       
     
pg7FW.jpg
       
     
 Updated weekly, the collaged installation revealed my views as I painted my way along the canal.
       
     

Updated weekly, the collaged installation revealed my views as I painted my way along the canal.

blackdawnFW.jpg
       
     
Screen Shot 2017-08-03 at 20.56.40.png
       
     
PathwaysFW.jpg
       
     
Screen Shot 2017-08-03 at 20.56.16.png
       
     
'Under Bordesley' 2017
       
     
'Under Bordesley' 2017

Acrylic, ink, dirt, mixed fabrics 230 x 107cm

'Bordesley Cut, Just Past Midnight' 2017
       
     
'Bordesley Cut, Just Past Midnight' 2017

Ink, acrylic, mixed fabrics 120cm

'Along the Towpath' 2017
       
     
'Along the Towpath' 2017

Ink, mixed fabrics. 230 x 115cm

'Rope Marked Iron Neon Skyline' 2017
       
     
'Rope Marked Iron Neon Skyline' 2017

Ink, mixed fabrics 120 x 160cm

 Selected pages from the  zine  documenting my progress.
       
     

Selected pages from the zine documenting my progress.

pg34FW.jpg
       
     
  Bottom left corner:    'Swimmers (Duo)'  linocut produced for the show.
       
     

Bottom left corner:  'Swimmers (Duo)' linocut produced for the show.

 Installation views inside the gallery which stands alongside the canal.
       
     

Installation views inside the gallery which stands alongside the canal.

installA4leftcentreFW.jpg
       
     
  "As I've walked, paddled, balanced but fortunately not swam my way across the canals I have many people to thank for all their help, companionship, perseverance, snacks, wetsuits, canoes, ladders, documentation, humour, moral support and guidance throughout... Many thanks to: Jenny Moore, Ian Rogers (GPA), Log Roper, Richard & Alicja (Centrala), Lisa Meyer, Phil Burrows (Friends of the Earth), Nick Cleaver (C&RT), Ben Waddington, Victoria Pattison-Willits, Kate McLauchlan, Andrew Wong, Amy McLauchlan, Adam Gale and always Matthew Watkins.    (Thank you also those who stopped to chat / gongoozle, in particular: Silent Steve, John & Joe and The Canadians)"
       
     

"As I've walked, paddled, balanced but fortunately not swam my way across the canals I have many people to thank for all their help, companionship, perseverance, snacks, wetsuits, canoes, ladders, documentation, humour, moral support and guidance throughout... Many thanks to: Jenny Moore, Ian Rogers (GPA), Log Roper, Richard & Alicja (Centrala), Lisa Meyer, Phil Burrows (Friends of the Earth), Nick Cleaver (C&RT), Ben Waddington, Victoria Pattison-Willits, Kate McLauchlan, Andrew Wong, Amy McLauchlan, Adam Gale and always Matthew Watkins.

(Thank you also those who stopped to chat / gongoozle, in particular: Silent Steve, John & Joe and The Canadians)"