Maurice Wade: Painter of light and shade

“In answer to the question as to why I paint in the way I do, employing mostly a hard formalism with an emphasis on geometrical shapes and sombre-toned colours, I would say that in this way I am best able to interpret the particular character of the situation.”   Thanks to a good and knowledgeable … Continue reading Maurice Wade: Painter of light and shade

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Cranes …yes, cranes

Not the feathered type either, but the industrial kind. Coming from the Midlands, our industrial heritage has always been a fascination. I was born not far from where James Watt had his factory and my family research has uncovered just how many of my ancestors worked in the industries of Birmingham and the Black Country. … Continue reading Cranes …yes, cranes