Ref JM1 “Black Rock” – 40x50cm. £40
Approach to Black Rock. Black Rock is a prominent rocky outcrop close to Matlock in Derbyshire.
Ref JM2 “Middleton Winding Station” – 40x50cm. £40
Middleton Winding Station. This building situated near Wirksworth in Derbyshire, houses a working steam engine that was used to haul railway trucks up the steep hill from the lead mine below.
Ref JM3 “Cromford Mill” – 40x50cm. £40
Cromford Mill. Built in 1771 by Richard Arkwright, it is the first water powered cotton spinning mill. It is currently undergoing restoration.
Ref JM7 “Clean Sweep” – 40x50cm. £40
At Southwell Workhouse cleaning was the main occupation of the female inmates. The broom is of the type that was used.
Ref JM6 “Naughty Chair” 40x50cm. £40
Naughty Chair. This chair stands in a corner outside the schoolroom of Southwell workhouse.
Ref JM5 “After School” – 40x50cm. £40
After School. Children’s school bags hanging on the schoolroom wall in the workhouse at Southwell, Nottinghamshire.
Ref JM4 “Lincoln Cathedral” – 40x50cm. £40
This view was taken from the observatory tower at Lincoln Castle.
Profile of Jorj Malinowski
Took up photography in 1964, an interest that has been dominant to present day. In the 1970s he worked in the offshore oil industry as a diver specialising in underwater photography on inspection projects. After retiring from the industry in 1990, photography was purely a hobby until the move from film to digital.
As well as being an active member of Lincoln Camera Club he is a competition judge for the Lincolnshire Photographic Association and the North and East Midlands Photographic Federation. He contributes to magazines and specialises in architectural subjects but is willing to try anything new.