Thursday, August 24, 2006
Betty Lowry, a Wayland-based freelance writer, recently took a trip to England to visit the "gallery" of David Hockney, radical artist and co-creator of Pop art.
Lowry had the chance to tour Hockney's textile-factory-turned-art-gallery in Bradford, where 300 of his works are currently being housed.
Lowry's story appeared in the Toronto Star today.
-- Erica Tochin