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Here: A Journey Along the Humber Estuary

Exhibition
Mon 22nd May 2023 to Sun 2nd July 2023

“HERE” : A JOURNEY ALONG THE HUMBER ESTUARY

Ideas about the way geography and a particular “sense of place” affects us reminded me about the poem Here, by Philip Larkin (see separate attachment for further information and images). Over recent months, Here has acted as a source of inspiration for a series of paintings. The poem envisages a journey which follows a route from the “rich industrial shadows” of West Yorkshire along the banks of the Humber through to Hull and beyond to the North Sea and “unfenced existence”.

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