Wadsworth’s dynamic response to the debris left over from a Black Country steel-making process may well have been triggered by the powerful war-torn landscapes depicted by artists on the Western Front during the preceding four years.
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I will be taking part in this Summer’s York Open Studios event involving 140 artists in 96 venues spread over an area within 10 miles of the City centre.
Quite predictably the Lockdown has triggered a greater degree of introspection and as a result I have rediscovered a fascination for self-portraiture.
Ploughshare Reverie Post Lockdown
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 60 cm
Acrylic on wood
Tim Pearce in his studio at work on his submission for the LFA Exhibition at the Stanley and Aubrey Burton Gallery, hopefully, to take place from November. This painting is in response to a work in the University’s Collection by Edward Wadsworth of 1919 which depicts industrial waste from a Black Country steelworks. In the […]