STUNNING scenes of the Yorkshire moors are among the images to be shown on Bradford's big screen from next month in the latest exhibition.

The new display is part of the ongoing Not Just Hockney project and sees work of six more local artist being shown on the city Park in a daily presentation.

Silsden arts enthusiast Colin Neville is behind the exhibition, having set up a website to showcase the work of local artists.

For May and June the theme is the Yorkshire Moors and Dales.

He said: "We are lucky to live in Yorkshire close to some of the best scenery in Britain – if not the world.

"The local artists featured on the Big Screen are all drawn to the special beauty of Yorkshire Moors and Dales, and all capture its moods in their own unique ways – it’s fascinating to see how the same or similar landscape scene can be interpreted artistically in such different ways.

"There is a wide range of art media used by the featured artists too in their work, including watercolour, acrylic and oils, inks, digital imaging and graphite.

"The six artists have all worked across the seasons and in all weathers. And to keep on sketching, painting or photographing, when it is snowing, the wind howling, or tipping it down with rain, is to my mind the sign of a true artist!"

The featured artists are:

Bradford's John Allcock who works in pastels and acrylics;

Wilsden-based Catherine Bartle, who works in watercolours and acrylics;

Bradford-born, Richard O’Neill, who is a digital artist specialising in hand-drawn landscapes;

Lucia Smith, who is a landscape artist based in Ilkley;

Saltaire-based Sharon Snaylam, who creates mixed media pieces, using wax, mono printing, inks and graphite; and

Silsden artist, Martin Williamson, who uses a range of art media, including pen and ink, watercolour and acrylics

David Wilson, director of Bradford UNESCO City of Film, which runs the big screen, said: "We are once again blown away by the quality and diverse range of works presented by the Not Just Hockney project.

"The ability to highlight and celebrate creative talent from across the Bradford district and the wider Yorkshire region is exactly what the big screen should be about, and to highlight the Yorkshire Moors and Dales at this time of year also helps to inspire young people and families who frequent City Park to the stunning countryside which is very close by."

The Not Just Hockney exhibition runs every day at 12.30pm.