Manchester, Salford & Wigan
This lovely building was called Gerrard Winstanley House. It is in central Wigan. It is named after the leader of the Diggers Movement which began in 1649. Gerrard was born in Wigan but later travelled south to claim St Georges Hill common land for the common man. We celebrate our Wigan Diggers...
Central Mancehster during the major building programme in 2012/13. This was part of the NOMA building alongside other work.
This view is directly opposite the Salford Central train station. It combines old and new as things are developed right up New Bailey St.
This is the Nichols Building on Hyde Rd Manchester near the bus depot. This was inspired by some fantastically unseasonal weather back in March 2012.
Broughton Tavern; This is no longer a 'pub' but is a great building on the road up from Broughton to Trinity Way.
More Pictures from around and about Greater Manchester.
My prints can be produced on a variety of surfaces.
The standard images are OPEN EDITIONS printed onto 180gsm photo matt quality paper at A2 size £50 including P&P Royal Mail standard delivery
A1 size £55 ncluding P&P Royal Mail standard delivery
Prints come rolled in a cardboard tube.
For a Limited Edition Print limited to a run of 10, signed, numbered with docuemtation to indicate its limited number.
Alternatively they can be printed onto 100% 315gsm cotton based paper.
For a higher quality lasting image you can obtain prints at high resolution using vivid Polymer Based Inks. For Fine Art & Photographic reproduction to Gallery & Museum standard ensuring alengthy archive expectancy.
A2 £150 P&P free.
A1 £250 P&P free
Prints come rolled in cardboard tube.
Other print surfaces and paper weights and types available on request. Please message me for details.