Painter's mountain wallpaper works go on show - BBC News


David Wightman, 41, uses hundreds of wallpapers to create colorful nature scenes.

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The Stockport-born artist said as a child he would dream of the breathtaking views of nearby Peak District while sitting in his bedroom. "Gaze at the textured wallpaper"

He said he tried to "Create something beautiful using harmful materials"In the 1980s, young Mr Wightman lived down the street from McVitie's biscuit factory.

live in a working class home He said he enjoyed climbing the famous peaks of Mam Tor and Kinder Scouts.

Escape and Ambition

The painter said: “I think the tandem of the nearby peaks and the working class culture I grew up with had a profound effect on me. I used to think of mountains as a symbol of escape, fantasies and ambitions,