A great exhibition showing artwork from two Landmarks of the North West of England has opened today 6th February 2021. One shows the Construction of the Mersey Gateway Bridge, voted the best bridge in the World by the International Association of Bridges and Structural Engineering (IABSE for its acronym in English). And the other project narrates the working of most productive power generating plant before its decommission in March 2020. These art projects have been inspired by the Industrial Revolution Northern English Heritage and are combined in both a painting and a photographic art exhibition of truly incredible dimensions.
Two Art projects set out to cement these two amazing structures for the future generations. Constructing the Mersey Gateway Bridge was one and the other was the Fiddlers Ferry Art Project. Painters Tubes® are very proud to have been major supporters and sponsors of both Art projects, carried out by Shaun Smyth (painter) and Lee Harrison (photographer) and with TUBES Artist/Editor, Denis Taylor acting for both the projects as conceptual adviser, exhibition curator and catalogue writer.
The preview Exhibition will run for one month in the NEW fantastic redesigned painters TUBES gallery.
The exhibition is supported by a 28 page catalogue (Click here to read) which tells the story of both Art Projects – This is a show NOT to be missed.
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