Thursday, 16 July 2009


There’s nothing more inspiring than to see your own work hung on a wall for public display, and I’m delighted to say that I have been gifted that feeling nine-fold.

Nine of my works are now hanging in the public areas and corridors of the Strathbrock Community Centre in Broxburn, West Lothian.

The well devised acronym, S.P.L.A.T. stands for the ‘Strathbrock Partnership Local Arts Team’; a collection of local painting and photography groups who have come together to brighten the walls of the Community Centre with a collection of works from members of their groups. My own works join other photographic pieces from the Livingston Camera Club.

The entire collection of works are open to the public during the Centre’s opening hours, and as well as viewing the works, they can also be purchased at very reasonable rates. It’s well worth a visit.

Further information regarding SPLAT can be found here, and further information on Livingston Camera Club can be found here.

Some of my work now hanging in the SPLAT exhibition.

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