At the beginning of the week, I was reflecting on 14 weeks spent following City Of Culture. It is a fantastic challenge to have.
Most of the weekly stories include more than one event, venue or activity and I get quite a wide range of photographs. And sometimes it become difficult to highlight the best.
Therefore this week I stuck to one event, also cos Easter weekend.
PAUL SMITH TO J.K.ROWLING BP PORTRAIT AWARD COMMISSIONS FROM NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY @BRYNMOR JONES LIBRARY IS THE FOCUS POINT THIS WEEK.
The exhibition was one of the best selection of paintings I’ve seen. Some of them really eye catching and visually irresistible. I cultured a kid, we got do do some portraits of our own and off course – lovely chat with volunteers.
The Easter weekend was supposed to be filled with other photographic activities in Hull, like LEGO SPRING FLOWERS @King Edward Square, the Deep, Humber Street Gallery, but it happened to be food, lazy days and Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
But I have next week to catch up and I will definitely focus on more than one City Of Culture celebration.
SEEEEEEE YAAA NEXT WEEK AND HAVE A LOVELY LAST HOURS OF BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY!