Here you can view, watch and listen to the art work created during My Story 2019 by the participants and artists. If you would rather see it in flesh it is currently exhibited in Bishop's Stortford Library and will tour several Hertfordshire libraries until May 2020.
Forgotten Landscapes by Emma Philips
Eight oil paintings on linen providing a glimpse into the world of the stories.
Characters Pieces by Harry Goad
Shaded Girl and Hole in Cheek Boy are depictions of two characters from 'A knock at the door changed my life' and Catholic Girl is a character from 'Lowry's Workers'.
Dream Draws by Lottie Woodard, Emma Phillips and Alex McIntyre
Inspired by ‘It’s good to have a dream’ and the metaphorical parcel of dreams hidden at the back of the draw. The draws contain the dreams of library customers written on clouds and placed at the back of the draws. While the sculptured pipe with an umbrella on the top is a feature from 'A knock at the door changed my life'.
The Garden Arch
Inspired by Competition and the tranquil garden scene depicted when wondering “How does the world look when it’s at war?"
The “Flea-pit cinema”
Inspired by the cinema from ‘Lowry’s Workers’ presenting Collaged Mini Movies translating ‘Bombed Out’ and ‘Lowry’s Workers’ by Martin Renshaw, as well as images from the workshops.
Coming soon, an instrumental soundtrack created in response to a ‘Fairy Tale in New York’.” by Joseph Suddick.
The Thespians Daughter by Gladys Moore
A film script based on ‘A Knock on the Door Changed My Life’.
Communication by Gladys Moore
A series of letters exchanged between two characters (Hole in Cheek Boy and Shaded Girl) from, ‘A Knock on the Door Changed My Life’.