Huge thanks to all at Bromley House Library Nottingham and attendees of my PV Exhibition. Around 50 people or so attended the event and it was great to see folks that I haven't seen for a while ad catch up with them. The thoroton Reading Room provided a wonderful backdrop for our wine reception and impromptu guitar session from the talented Dave Atkins was really appreciated by all. I love these sort of events, people enjoying themselves and supporting art. The exhibition is open until October 27th, I will be sad to depart but hope to donate one of my images 'Traces' to Bromley House Library as part of their 200th year anniversary and a thank you for all of their support throughout.
24th Sept -
ReImagine - Exhibition - Private View 11a.m to 1p.m at Bromley House Library, Angel Row Nottm.
27th Sept -
11 -1pm A Journey of Discovery through Photography project 2 - begins for 15 weeks at Middle St Resource Centre, Beeston, Nottm
14th Oct -
10a.m - 5pm - Photographic Journeying, Exhibition Launch at Middle Street Resource Centre, Beeston, Nottm - Open Day for mental health awareness week. An exhibition of work from attendees of my Journey of Discovery one Project, there is also an exhibition of photographic work donated by Shane Meadows to accompany the exhibition.alongside donated
October - Art Fair Derbyshire TBC
7th November -
10 - 4pm Hidden Beeston - Stall at Beeston Square
7pm Launch of Hidden Beeston Exhibition at Cafe Roya, Beeston, Nottingham by Beeston Snappers Collective calendar launch and prints
The Belper Trail - Art and Christmas Trail
That's it just for now.. more to follow
Re-imagine..Traces in the attic..trails in the grass
So after a hectic few weeks finalising my exhibition at Bromley House Library, im happy to say all the work is hung and open for viewing. I had some lovely conversations from visitors who popled by and good feedback which always makes what I am doing worthwhile. Im very excited about the Private View on 24.9. where theres also a wine receotion in the stunning Thoroton Room and a tour of the library for anyone interested. I feel so privilged to be exhibiting in such a beautiful space in my home city, with a fascinating and long history, and im doubly glad to be in the attic where the presence and atmosphere of a bygone time are all consuming