Tag Archives: Dysart

Two Hours in the Lang Toun

Two hours. I have just dropped off a bunch of excited teenagers at Kirkcaldy Ice Rink (now rebadged as Fife Ice Arena) for the afternoon skating session. With too little time to return home and do anything meaningful, it seems like … Continue reading

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William Gear – CoBrA artist and Monuments Man from Methil

the landscape of pitheads, the sea, rocks, castles, trees, storms and poverty marked his earliest identity with a place and probably remained the most influential to his art.  he once described his paintings as ‘statements of kinship with the natural … Continue reading

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Ephemera: Something of The Wicker Man?

Industrial ghost – winding gear of the Frances Pit Dysart, 08.02.14 Now playing: Matt Berry – Kill the Wolf

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