In February 2014 I exhibited in a gallery based in the offices of an old boatyard in Northwich. The town fascinated me, with mock tudor houses sitting next to chemical plants, and a strong sense of history. Cheek by jowl is a response to the town, and the gallery. The hulls in the foreground references the largest ship built at the boatyard, a small oil tanker.
Cotton canvas stretched on artist made frame constructed from planed soft wood.