Tony Redman

This weekend I will be taking part in New Writing North’s Christmas Book Emporium in The Debating Chamber in the historic centre of Durham’s Palace Green.

On display will be The Sunderland Book Project with recent work on display by Anna Welsh and Fiona Barnes ( website coming soon).

Fiona Barnes

Fiona Barnes is currently in her 3rd year FD Photography degree at Sunderland University.

Fiona Barnes

Her book Freemasons’ Hall, Queen Street Sunderland is a documentary based project highlighting ‘the oldest purpose built meeting place in the world’, Fiona Barnes.

Fiona Barnes

Also on display by Sunderland based creative practitioners will be work by Tony Redman, Pauline Alldis, Jo Cunningham, Tricia Green, Alyson Stoker, Pauline Taylor and work by national & international practitioners.

Pauline Alldis


Tricia Green


Pauline Taylor


Jo Cunningham


Alyson Stoker

The Sunderland Book Project is a not for profit project.  Books are not for sale and visitors are positively encouraged to pick the work up, browse and read at leisure.



I will be showing a selection of my book work including the latest addition ‘The Gardening Book’  which presents a collection of  lino prints and silk screen work on Hahnemuhle paper in a concertina style; as well as Travels in Time, it is a beautiful book that sits comfortably in the palm of the hand when folded up, but when unraveled tells a simple story of world culture and animal representation inspired by the Hancock Museum’s collection.



The Gardening Book


The Tower - part of the al-Mutanabbi Street Starts here Coalition


Travels in Time




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