I thought I would let you all know about a joint exhibition I am having with a good friend of mine, Michael Paynton. Michael is a medium format worker and shoots velvia, though prints his own stuff (for his sins) He is a landscape photographer and makes beautiful photographs, so it is a pleasure to share a space with him. His work can be seen here; www.momentoflight.co.uk
The exhibition is on at The Boxfield Gallery at Stevenage arts and Leisure centre.
Stevenage Leisure centre,
Tel 01438 242630
Info on how to get there can be found here;
The exhibition is on from Friday the 8th August untill 7th September. There is a Private view on Thursday 7th August (wine and nibbles included). I will be there from 7.30pm. I have sent invites to APUGers who's addresses I have, though it would be good to see more of you on the night. Just mention APUG at the reception. It would be good to meet some of you.
Hope some of you can make it.
Stoo No probs with the second site but I get a "not found" response for the first for Michael Paynton. Any ideas as to why?
Try that now P.U, and thanks for looking.
Originally Posted by pentaxuser
I'm looking forward to seeing it.
Stoo, thanks for the info
Good luck with the exhibition
Not often that viewers get the chance these days to compare and contrast colour and B&W landscapes which this exhibition will give. I think that most who go in with the usual preconceived notion that only colour can do justice to landscape might leave, having formed a more balanced viewpoint. It's not that colour is inferior, it's simply that B&W is better than it is given credit for in this branch of photography
Hi Stoo, both Norma and I are looking forward to your exhibition on Thursday evening - see you then.
Good luck with it all Stoo. May many sales come your way ;)
Hi, not sure if I can make it Thursday but me and my son will definitely see it one day. We are only in Hertford!
Just a quick thank you for your messages of support and for the kind P.M's that I received. All very much appreciated.
I hope you do make it along Steve. Its there for a month.