Industrial Swaledale. (Ten little fingers, ten little toes, one touch of this machine and off they goes).

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Always good Brian

Fabulous painting, you have captured the rust colours brilliantly, great work Brian.

Great painting and poem Brian - I'll keep well away from this machine!

Thank you for your generous comments Shirley, Heather & Paul.

Thanks you Sandra. The poem originates from my childhood. As a young boy I passed through an old iron foundry on my walk to school & we used to pass by and chat to the joiner in his shop. This poem was on a sign that sat proudly above his circular saw & it had the same effect on me as it had on you. I suppose it was the first health & safety sign I ever saw & I've never forgotten it. Perhaps that is why I ended up in Health & Safety management when I grew into long trousers.

Colourful and full of contrast.

Love the poem, Brian - the painting’s good, too!

Superb stuff as always! Love it! Fascinating composition!

Thanks for taking the time to comment Stephen, Jenny & Thalia. Keep safe. (and, not necessarily from old machinery whilst this virus is doing its rounds)

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14/04/2020
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Another relic of the Old Gang Mines Swaledale photographically captured as we walked Wainwrights Coast to Coast. Here represented in watercolour on Canson Heritage 300 lb paper.

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Brian Ward

I’m just a hobbyist painter really. No lengthy palmares just a couple of shows with my local club. After a lifetime in Production, Health & Safety & Environmental Management I retired from full time employment to while away the hours doing exactly,……. well…….. what I choose to do. The transfer…

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