Artist Eddie Davies is popping over the hill from Barrowford to stage an exhibition of his art work at Platform One Gallery at Todmorden Railway Station.
Eddie describes the exhibition, which runs from November 6 to 30, as “Half and Half” - there are 36 paintings, half of them detailing the industrial north west and the the other half more abstract mountain scenes.
“Those scenes are partly based on theIce Field Parkway in Canada, where I took a lot of photographs,” he explained.
All his work is done using acrylic paints on canvas.
Eddie said: “I’m a taxi driver by trade but I have been painting for about 15 years. The first ten of those was reallyme learning how to paint and finding my own style. I now have a studio in Barrowford,” he said.
The gallery is open RThursdays to Sundays each week.
l Halifax Chamber Choir has begun rehearsals for two concerts in November with Leeds Guild of Singers under the direction of Alex Kyle and Matthew Oglesby.
The first performance will be performed locally in Heptonstall Parish Church on Saturday, November 15, at 8pm.
Other concerts in this season include a programme of Christmas music in St Jude’s Church, Halifax on Sunday, December 14, a programme that includes John Rutter’s Birthday Madrigals, and Vaughan Williams’ Five English Folk Songs in Square Chapel, Halifax, on Saturday, March 7.
The choir meets on Tuesday evenings at the Carlton Chapel in Halifax and is currently seeking to recruit male singers. Anyone with an interest in joining the choir should telephone Alex Kyle on 07734-592048.