Thanks Mark, yes there is a good range of prints on show. We ended up having about 40 people come though during the day and I had some interesting chats with people about traditional photography.
Thanks to those who popped in to have a look.
Open again tomorrow from 10am - 5pm.
I loved your work (I've said this before, including colour work), among the best I've seen from APUG members whose work you don't very often see at all. The prints have a pleasing balance of enumerated character, a thoughtful capacity for visual arrangement, a fine grasp of technical printing and above all, polite understatement. Everything is in balance and proportion.The compositions are simple easy going. The prints tell a story and evoke a process of thought and wonder. Might I say that the work you have produced gives a gentle poke in the ribs to well known industry heavy-hitters still producing soft, tired and tedious work in B&W. Now, which one shall I buy?
.::Gary Rowan Higgins
One beautiful image is worth
a thousand hours of therapy.
"It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government
to save the environment."
I just went and had a squiz and fully agree with Gary's comments about your prints, Shane. Not only are they great compositionally, but there is a massive amount of printing skill in their creation. My favourite is Tenby Point. It has wonderful tonal range. King Billy also shows great printing skill and creative composition. Well worth a visit for anyone considering. Only a few hours left.