The next pair of pictures are of "Ginger" Lacey . Lacey went to King James Grammar School, Knaresborough, before the second world war, when he became an R.A.F. pilot, and during the Battle of Britain became one of the top fighter aces.
|One of the paintings depicts the artist at work. I might be wrong, but I think this one's Julie Cope. I found her postcards and prints of some of these windows at an excellent gallery, Art in the Mill in the evocatively named "Green Dragon Yard", off Castlegate, betwixt the castle and the market-square. Theres a nice little cafe in the yard too.|
|Market Place, Knaresborough.|
|Whatever they're buying tickets for, it must be good.||Zombie theatre?|
I've lost the leaflet from the tourist office, so I'm not sure of the other artists involved, and the various involved websites, FEVA, and Yorkshire Forward, which between them commissioned and sponsored the project are surprisingly uninformative on the subject, which is, I think, a shameful way to treat artists.