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If you missed Yorkshire watercolour artist Ashley Jackson on True North Productions series ‘The Pennines’ then here is episode 2.
Don’t be fooled by the weather, the two days filming were wet with horizontal rain and extremely cold.
Listen as he explains his passion for the Yorkshire landscape and how he has captured this ‘love affair’ in watercolours for over 60 years.
Take and Peak and view what makes the Pennines unique.
Yorkshire Artist Ashley Jackson has been busy with True North Productions for a More4 production ‘The Pennines – The Backbone of Britain’ of which airs on 14th February at 9pm. The series producer Gareth Fielding has mentioned that Ashley’s segment is ; ‘ a lovely ode to Yorkshire and its moors’.
Filmed above Slaithwaite in horizontal rain and wind the Yorkshire weather was not forgiving as Ashley captured the combination of the raw landscape with the Industrial buildings in the valley bottom, talking about his love of the Pennines and the unique landscape which has been his muse for over 50 years. Further footage was taken on the windswept Isle of Skye above Holmfirth.
The Four part series is to be a documentary homage to the Pennines and follows the day to day lives of the people who live and work up along the Pennines, stretching from Derbyshire up to Northumberland. Showcasing the stunning landscapes it will show viewers what it’s like to live and work the land. Episode 1 aired on the 7th February featuring the Peak District and the locations move further North each week.
Join Ashley on the 14th February 9pm More4 or use the On Demand Services.
Take a peak at the Trailer below – The Pennines More4 9pm 14th February
Wishing you all health and happiness …..
Thank you for all your support throughout the year, whether in person, Facebook, twitter or Instagram it has been truly appreciated.
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The gallery will be closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
We may also close a little earlier than normal on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve so please contact the gallery in advance if you are making a special journey.
Warm wishes from myself and everyone at Ashley Jackson Gallery.
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