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Images Dated 15th September 2021

Choose from 46 pictures in our Images Dated 15th September 2021 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.

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Bluebird K7 which was recovered from the bottom of Coniston Water, Cumbria in 2001 where it had sat for 34 years. Bluebird Restoration Project Manager Bill Smith who recovered the wreckage of the record breaking 276mph jet-powered hydroplane has been restoring Bluebird K7 in his workshop in North Shields since 2008

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Katie Spragg, Cheese Grows Blue: Moonflower Set, 2021.
AirSpace is pleased to be able to invite you to our first major exhibition of 2021.
USE AND ORNAMENT is a multi-media group exhibition which explores contemporary understandings of clay, as material and resource, the role and purposes it might have today; and delves into what ceramics can offer us, as we move into a time of recovery and rebuilding.
Use and Ornament, creates a space for respite and refuge from a time of difficulty, setting out some practical uses for this very earthly of materials, and how it might help us to recover, when the time comes. But it also goes further, in the belief that the role of art, and therefore the occupation of the artist and maker, is to create moments that move us beyond the bounds of the earthly, to that important place of imagination, exploration and departure.
An exhibition in two halves, the works shown discuss the need to make more sustainable choices in how we make and consume, acknowledging a need to shift our value systems in relation to global resources. We then move on to recognise that there is good reason to celebrate the sublime; for as much as we need our art to have a role and a purpose, sometimes that role and purpose can be to lift us out of the hole we are in, even if just for a moment, to dream of the future.
The exhibition comprises works by 6 artists/collectives, including work made during a public facing and participatory artist residency, completed in August 2021

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Clare Abbot and Ray Parks of Horley, with two of their combined four children (Holly Abbottt and Colbie Parks). They had a nightmare holiday at Pontins. The toilet door wouldn't close, they found pubic hair in the sink, had nails sticking out of the bed, reduced staff and no food. Also their son got Covid which they think was due to the amount of people packed in a swimming pool, with all slides and the deep end closed. There was no sanitiser and filthy facilities. GL