Neil Roland - Gallery 65

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Birmingham Meaning Business

From left, Reflections from Birmingham New Street Station showing the Electric Cinema opposite; the somewhat derelict Birmingham Central Hall; the 'Commerce' window at the Aston Webb Hall of Birmingham University; the Barbara Hepworth sculpture 'Ancestor 1 (1970), lent by the sculptress to Birmingham University; an art nouveau-inspired post box in Bournville Village; the classic, listed gentlemens' convenient in the famous Jewellery Quarter of the city signage from Joseph Smith & Sons, manufacturing Jewellers in the Jewellery Quarter, and another reflective angle on New Street Stations dramatic facade.




Birmingham Gold & Platinum

From Left; the intricate ceiling inside the Aston Webb Hall of the University of Birmingham; The Custard Factory, originally Birds Custard Factory at GIbb Street, Digbeth; the striking contemporary Birmingham City Library; designed like gold and platinum rings; signs of the times in Birmingham; a mermaid on the facade of the main University of Birmingham Library the 1905 Chaimberlain Clock in the Jewellery Quarter; a reflection of Central Digbeth Police Station reflected in Smithfield House, at 113 Digbeth.





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