Writer Anna Freeman presents a showcase of stories about the meaning of art in people’s lives.
True stories of life-changing encounters with art in all its forms.
Each week, writer Anna Freeman presents a showcase of stories about art and people around Britain. In this second episode, Anna and the Sketches producers tell stories about portraits.
Becky travels to West Wales to find out why artist Grahame Hurd-Wood is painting a portrait of every single inhabitant of the city of St Davids. Mair meets the seamstress Lydia Higginson who gave away all the clothes she owned and made a whole new wardrobe from scratch. And Polly unfolds the story behind a mysterious piece of street art in Birmingham.
Producers: Mair Bosworth, Becky Ripley and Polly Weston
Presenter: Anna Freeman