Happy New Year everyone!!!
It’s been another really busy and fantastic few weeks with the festive holidays suddenly seem like a long time ago! Last week was very much taken up with preparing for the opening of my exhibition at the Vale & Downland Museum, Wantage, Oxfordshire. It was really great to be able to stand back and relax at the private viewing held on Monday evening and celebrate it with friends, family and a selection of clients. Many thanks to all of those that managed to make it on a cold and wet Monday night.
The exhibition opened to the public yesterday and will run until the 8th February. Please do go and see it if you get the chance.
Exhibition catalogue now ready.
All being well there will be printed copies of the Exhibition Catalogue available from this weekend but you can also purchase your copy here. A book is also in progress and I’m excited to be getting the draft copy early next week. I hope to be able to put it on sale shortly after so keep your eyes open for that.
Exhibition prints available to purchase.
I’m also pleased to be able to say that the photographs featuring in ‘The Farrier’ exhibition are now available to purchase in a range of sizes by visiting ‘The Farrier’ page on the website and clicking on the photos you’d like to buy. They all come on heavyweight archival stable fibre based papers and are signed by me. All payments are securely processed through Paypal – don’t worry if you don’t have an account as they take and all major credit cards too.
Over the last week, I’ve been working with the Dolphin Art Gallery in Wantage to showcase a small selection of my limited edition photographs. Having spent a lovely sunny bank holiday Monday down in Sandbanks with a couple of good friends, Claire and I decided to take a walk before sunset to make the most of the extra day off. I couldn’t help but steer our route by way of the Market Place in Wantage, to go past the gallery.
It was great to see some of my photographs taking centre stage in the window – they look fantastic with their double thickness mounts and I’m now excitedly awaiting feedback as customers start to make comment on my work. I decided to show a selection of images from both the local area and abroad. There is also a new photograph which hasn’t before been displayed anywhere – Red Arrows over Uffington – which I am sure will bring back a lot of great memories of last years Uffington Country Fair to many people, as well as anyone who has seen the Red Arrows in action.
All of the photographs are heavyweight fibre based giclée prints, signed, numbered and provided in a double thickness mount with the Certificate of Authenticity on the reverse. If you’d like to know more details please either contact me or pop into the gallery, where we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.