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Art Editorial

teasdalebiscuit18.jpg Brrr…illiant new exhibition

This Malcolm Teasdale painting has me turning up my collar even as I type. Lovely though, isn’t it? You can see it at The Biscuit Factory’s winter exhibition.

Malcolm Teasdale was born in Elswick, lives in Northumberland, and comments on his new solo show: “I particularly enjoy painting winter scenes, with the inclusion of snow and lamplight useful tools in helping to lighten grey buildings and dark industrial sites. I hope that visitors enjoy my new exhibition and find in my paintings stories of  the past and something of a taste of the mid-twentieth century in the north of England.” Teasdale’s work makes up just part of The Biscuit Factor’s winter exhibition with more that 250 artists, designers and makers featured in the gallery including figurative Scottish painter Steven Linday, ceramicist Ilona Sulikova and Northumberland-based artist Peter Flanagan. The gallery will also showcase Everyday Luxury, a new collection of glass featuring contemporary tableware and lighting, curated by the National Glass Centre.

Winter Exhibition, until the end of February, Biscuit Factory, Stoddart Street, Newcastle. thebiscuitfactory.com