The Exhibition

has Finished.

But the Project

Continues...

Railways Page

To coincide with this exhibition we wanted to do more than just produce paintings. I've been fortunate to work alongside other   

artists in different fields. On this page I hope to showcase their work alongside my own. The main focus of this project has been about...

THE DIDCOT RAILWAY CENTRE

Formally

at The Cornerstone

Arts Centre

 ART INDEX.      

I too wanted to celebrate this achievment with a new body of work focusing on the Centre, the half-way-house on the line, and its staff of enthusiasts who maintain the site & its history. The whole operation runs at its own pace keeping in time with the exhibits & the age they are from. I can't see the place modernising any time soon & it's fair to say they would not want it to either! Its charm and culture is enbodied through the steam, dirt, grit and slow turns & grinds of the old rail industry.      

To celebrate the 175th anniversary of the completion of Brunel's Great Western Railway, from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads, the Centre is putting on a special steam Gala in May 2016.

 UPCOMING

EXHIBITION

TALK  / ALL ARE

WELCOME

 

 

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