Now all the success, excitement and, yes, hard work connected to the Bath Fringe Festival is over, it’s back to business. Although we had 25 red dots on pictures we exhibited we only managed to re-home 9 at the end of the day. Meanwhile we are collecting again and start with a beautiful print of a watercolour of Aylesford in Kent.
Aylesford is a village on the River Medway. Since Neolithic times there have been settlements there. The church is of Norman origin and the bridge was one of the earliest to be built across the Medway. Here it is looking beautiful in the sunshine:
The picture itself is by Martin Goode and numbered 1153. Martin has his own website at: http://martingoode.com</