WORK by official Tour de Yorkshire artist Lucy Pittaway has gone on display.

Her colourful depictions of the internationally-acclaimed cycle race, which came through the Worth Valley and South Craven, are being exhibited at Cartwright Hall in Bradford.

Each piece includes the start and finish towns and cities, together with iconic landmarks and areas of historic interest along the route.

The fourth and final stage of the race – on May 6 – took in Oxenhope, Haworth, Oakworth, Laycock, Goose Eye, Sutton and Cross Hills.

It is Lucy's third year as official artist for the event, and her 2017 work – Pedals, Passion and Glory – was inspired by the famous climb up Haworth Main Street.

"I am incredibly honoured to exhibit my 2018 Tour de Yorkshire collection – plus wider works of art – at such a prestigious and visually-stunning venue as Cartwright Hall," she said.

Sir Gary Verity, chief executive of Welcome to Yorkshire, encourages people to visit the exhibition.

"This is a fantastic opportunity to see up close the wonderful artwork Lucy Pittaway has produced – so people can appreciate why we teamed up with her for a third year running," he said.

"Her creations are bright, colourful and full of life, and this year she produced five gorgeous pieces which epitomised the spirit of the Tour de Yorkshire."

Councillor Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council's executive member for environment, sport and culture, said: "I am delighted that we have been able to host this exhibition of Lucy's stunning artwork at one of our galleries.

"Cartwright Hall is a fantastic setting for an exhibition of these works of art."

The exhibition runs until July 8.

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