Alistair Tucker: The Sublime Landscape

Alistair Tucker is currently Head of Art at the Queen's School in Chester, and lives on the Wirral. The Victorian poet Gerard Manley Hopkins once said "The world is charged with the grandeur of God" Alistair's work looks to explore such excellence, grandeur and beauty which so often inspires a response.
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