Fiddlers Ferry Art Project. Printed Catalogue available.

The Fiddlers Ferry Power Station Art Project is to be exhibited at the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery. The exhibition is opening for public viewing 10th June . (Private Invitation Preview Day on the 9th June 2022).

painters TUBES are proud to be have been the consultant on this and the Mersey Gateway Bridge Bridge projects since 2018. The full story of the Bridge and Fiddlers Ferry Art Project beginnings is now available in the printed catalogue (see below). It is available direct from TAG-TUBES now.

VR TAG tubes artists gallery Exhibition
insde pages of the catalogue

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Denis Taylor Art Consultant Fiddlers Ferry Ar Project
Shaun Smyth, Lee Harrison and Denis Taylor At Fiddlers Ferry 2019 (painting by Shaun created on site)
Tubes Artists Gallery
Paintings Shaun Smyth, Photography Lee Harrison with catalogue. Narrative by Denis Taylor. Designed by Studio 5 UK & Sweden

information Fiddlers Ferry

Fiddlers Ferry is joint art project curated by painters TUBES. The artists are Shaun Smyth and Lee Harrison. The project consists of paintings and photography. This ambitious project is sponsored by painters TUBES magazine and SSE plc who are the owners of Fiddlers Ferry and one of the large Power Suppliers to the UK. The project will be exhibited in painters TUBES VR Gallery and the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery in the early summer of 2022.

Link to exhibition now online: CLICK HERE

information Mersey Gateway Bridge

Shaun Smyth has also single handed created images that narrate the construction of the Mersey Gateway Bridge, a huge and beautiful piece of 21st century engineering. The Fiddlers Ferry Art Project is an equally important project with Shaun having been joined by Lee Harrison, a photographer, which increases the interesting narration and the curation of the exhibition of the two art projects, which is handled by the third member of the creative project team, Denis Taylor, who has written the catalogues and conceptual input.

It was designed and constructed by a world collaboration of Asia, Europe and the UK building and design companies. The bridge was one of the largest infrastructure initiatives in the UK encompassing a new six-lane toll bridge over the River Mersey along with 9 km of local road upgrades. Construction was carried out by Merseylink Civil Contractors, a joint venture between Kier Infrastructure, Samsung International Construction and FCC Construcción UK and Ireland. The bridge was recognised by KPMG among the 100 most important infrastructure projects in the world. Below is the catalogue to the first exhibition of the MGB.

View the Online Mersey Gateway Bridge Catalogue below (printed versions can be made available to special order of this catalogue) email: [email protected]

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