Many communities are blighted by the problem of illegal fly tippers but while the roadside dumps may be a blot on the landscape, one woman is turning them into works of art, by covering them in material to give them a more pleasant look.
Not everyone may agree, but it's all part of a new arts project in Wakefield, as Sarah Clark reports.
They say an artist has to suffer for his work. Leeds-born artist Marcus Levine has had more than a share of injuries as he creates portraits of the rich and famous, works of art which have been snapped up across the globe.
It's because Marcus, who trained at the former Jacob Kramer Art College in with fellow local Damian Hirst, creates his works using a simple hammer and nails.
Today he is presenting hard as nails ex-Leeds United player turned actor Vinnie Jones with a self-portrait made with a stack of nails.
Marcus, who attended school at Fulneck in Pudsey, created the work at his studio in Bingley. The 80cm x 60cm portrait took two weeks to make.
A group of schoolchildren from Sheffield have created a decorative bench from a tree which had to be chopped down because it was damaging pavements. The pupils at Anns Grove Primary School teamed up with chainsaw sculptor Lorraine Botterill to transform the trunk. It was part of Sheffield's Big Boulder Music and Arts Festival. The bench now sits in Heeley Park, where the festival took place, as a lasting memento of the tree and for local people to admire and enjoy.
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is to host a major exhibition of work by Henry Moore. More than 120 works will be on display exploring the artist's relationship with the land.
Henry Moore was born into a mining family in Castleford and was a founding patron of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. He was committed to showing his work in the open air, in particular at among the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park's former Deer Park.
Artist Shirley Ross from Dewsbury was so grateful to the medical team who helped her beat cancer that she wanted to find a unique way to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
She called upon her many friends in the art world and the result is a grand auction this weekend.
Kate Walby reports:
A businessman from Leeds fears a painting be bought for £100,000 may be burnt because it's a fake.
Martin Lang bought what he thought was an original picture by the Russian born artist Marc Chagall.When it was tested though and sent to the Chagall Committee in Paris they said under French law it should be burned.
But Mr Lang says, fake or not, he wants his picture back.
Chris Kiddey reports.
It was one one of Yorkshire's most recognisable landmarks and for nearly two centuries it brewed bitter beer which was exported throughout the world.
When Tetley's Brewery closed in 2011 the site was demolished - but its rich history has been captured in the form of a new art gallery and museum which opened today. Sarah Clark went along.
A new art gallery based at the former Tetley Brewery site in Leeds will open its doors to the public for the first time today. The centre will also showcase the history of the building.
Artist Leonard J Brown has created a sculpture of out one million pounds worth of bank notes. Her name is Eleanor Ridgy and depicts the poor and rich. It took him six months to build and £300,000 make up her chest alone. She is on display at Beverley Art gallery until 17th October.