Public toilets, Bramhope, Leeds

Public toilets, Bramhope - pencil drawing by Jo Dunn 2017Today is World Toilet Day, a UN initiative to highlight the global sanitation crisis. Over 4.5 billion people around the world live without a household toilet that safely disposes of their waste. The consequences for health and child survival are severe.

These public toilets are in Bramhope, Leeds.

Data from the Great British Public Toilet Analysis indicates there are about 9000 public toilets left in the UK. Find your nearest convenience at The Great British Public Toilet Map.

See also:
Public Toilets, Woodhouse Moor
Public Toilets, New Brighton

 

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View from the Drone

View from the drone painting by Jo Dunn 2017
Leeds – like I’ve never seen it before!

The trees in the foreground are along the edge of Soldier’s Field, Roundhay Park. On the far right, you might just make out the Parkinson Building.

House Portrait #45

House Portrait #45, pencil drawing by Jo Dunn
Had to stand on top of step ladders leaning against the ivy hedge for this one, it took nearly an hour. Managed not to lose balance or get arrested for snooping.

Roundhay Artists Open Studios

St Edmund's Church, Roundhay, LS8
Over 20 artists living in Roundhay invite you in for 2 days this weekend during the annual Roundhay Artists Opens Studios event.

I’m one of three artists who will be showing our work at St Edmund’s Church, Lidgett Park Road, LS8 1JN.

Open: Sunday 30th April 1pm – 5pm
Monday 1st May 11am – 5pm

Wheelchair accessible.

Download the art trail map here.

House Portrait #35

An art lover’s house in Roundhay, Leeds. The owners requested a drawing in colour and I was happy to oblige. Painted last week on watermarked T & J H Kent paper from c.1950.

Jo Dunn Local Artist

Jo Dunn local artistMy stall at Oakwood Craft Market
Oakwood, Roundhay, Leeds 8 ~
once a month, usually the last Saturday.
This was a particularly windy day
~ and I did not blow away.

House Portrait #18

House Portrait #18An art lover’s house in Oakwood, Leeds – early one morning, the end of August. The trampoline is going soon, but the owners and I were glad it features in the drawing. Can you see the Witch on her broomstick weathervane?

Sunday afternoon, Roundhay Park

Sunday afternoon, Roundhay ParkThe last day of the summer holidays…
warm, sunny and showery.
Walking and scooting round the lake,
having a good time and
eating ice cream,
feeding the ducks and
holding hands,
looking at the clouds and
drawing pictures.