The Divided Village
As a Miner myself for 23 years the Miners Strike of 1984-85 wasn't only history it was a very large part of My history & had a profound effect on myself & everyone from the Mining Communities who lived through it.
I attended Picket Duty all throughout that year because I firmly believed that we had to defend our colliery's against closure & help ensure the future for the communities that depended upon them. I have seen countless photos of the dispute but never a painting, let alone a watercolour & it certainly stirred memory's creating what are to me the most personal images I have so far undertaken.
Format: Watercolour Limited edition Giclee print on superior paper with mounting option.
Picture Size: 26 x 40cm
Mounted Size: 41 x 51cm
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