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William Vinegrad is King of the Weeds

Painted gold, crowned with an ornate headdress, blessed with a voice that soars to the heavens, performance artist William Vinegrad from Hull, raises the humble weed and places it on a pedestal. These are the sort of weeds that blight the lives of gardeners the world over, while never given a second thought, by the rest of us. Continue reading

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Taking Part in Sea of Hull

Like a surreal dream, amazing, incredible just a few of the reactions from people participating in the record-breaking live art installation #seaofhull at the weekend. Having talked myself into signing up in my blog about Spencer Tunick’s challenge to the city to strip off in the name of art, I’m really pleased to announce that I was one of the 3,200 people, filled with trepidation, who gathered in Queen’s Gardens in Hull early Saturday morning. Continue reading

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Get In The Sea For Hull 2017

This morning I awoke to see Hull and the rest of the country all of a flutter about #seaofhull. A launch event at Ferens Art Gallery was held to announce the new Sea of Hull artwork by global artist Spencer Tunick. His previous work has been sited at Sydney Opera House, Montreal, Mexico City and the Dead Sea (pictured) Continue reading

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