‘blown by the river’: 32cm x 47cm framed Giclée print, aluminium dibond mounted. available as an edition of 10.
As an associate artist with Walking the Land I am happy to be showing as part of ‘From the River and the Sea’. The exhibition will feature work by painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors, please view the Exhibition eGallery
‘From the River and the Sea’
The Old Passage Inn, Arlingham, Gloucestershire GL2 7JR
Tel: 01452 740547
The exhibition runs from 6 May – 31 May
Tuesday to Friday: 11am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11:30am – 10pm
Walking the Land connect art, landscape and community, with the landscape and walking providing the catalyst for their creative activities.
‘From the River and the Sea’ is part of the Stroud Valley Arts Site 2014 Festival
‘dark matter iii’: 30cm x 40cm floating Giclée print, aluminium dibond mounted. available as an edition of 10.
For this years Bristol Festival of Photography I’m pleased to be showing a collection of images and one short film exploring the lure of the sea, at the wonderful Zion Community Arts space in South Bristol.
The Festival will run throughout May with photographers and artists showing at venues across the city.
The exhibition runs from 1 May – 30 May
Tuesday to Friday: 9:30am – 4pm
Saturday 10am – 1pm
Zion Community Arts
Bishopsworth Road, Bedminster Down, Bristol BS13 7JW
Directions: on street parking is available along Bishopsworth Rd and surrounding streets. The No.75/76 Showcase bus route stops opposite Zion and along Bishopsworth Rd. Parson St station is situated at the bottom of Bedminster Down Rd, approximately 10mins walk (uphill).
The Contemporary Landscape Photography Open is the W-CA’s second juried exhibition of 2013, focussing on contemporary photographic responses to landscape. I’ll be showing ‘new-clear vision i’ as part of the show: a 26″ x 40″ floating Giclée print, aluminium dibond mounted, available as an edition of 10.
ALIKI BRAINE * ALNIS STAKLE * BEN CAVE * COLIN THOMAS * CRAIG DOW * CHARLIE HURCOMBE * DAFNA TALMOR * DAN BURWOOD * DANIEL BOSWORTH * DARREN NISBETT * DAVE MORGAN-DAVIES * DAVID SHEPHERD * FERGUS HERON * FERNANDO MASELLI * GEOFF HODGSON * GLEN STOKER * HELEN SEAR * JAMES SMITH * JIM JOHNSTON * KAREN DENSHAM * LOUISE OATES * MARTINA LINDQVIST * MINNA PÖLLÄNEN PADDY KELLY * PHILLIPA KLAIBER * ROB BLEWS * SAM KEMP * STEPHEN SHEEHAN * STEPHEN MONGER * SUJATA MAJUMDAR * SYLVIA STIFF * TANIA COATES * TRISTAN HUTCHINSON * VICTORIA AHRENS * ZOE CHILDERLEY
Paul Seawright, Dan Holdsworth, Richard Billingham, Pete James, Jem Southam and Ivan & Heather Morison and Fiona Crisp.
The exhibition runs from 07 – 28 December 2013.
10:30am to 4:30pm
Worcester City Gallery & Museum,
Foregate Street, Worcester, WR1 1DT
For more details visit the W-CA website
I’m very pleased to have had ‘Above the line’ selected for this years RWA’s Annual Open exhibition.
‘Above the Line’ is a 26″ x 40″ floating Giclée print, aluminium dibond mounted. It is available as part of an edition of 10.
The exhibition runs from 24 November 2013 – 26 January 2014.
For more details visit the RWA website
I’m so pleased to have been selected to show at this years National Eisteddfod of Wales. Being born in Wales with a Welsh father but growing up in England means I don’t speak Welsh or have a Welsh accent. However I feel, and am very proud to be Welsh.
The Eisteddfod runs from 2 – 10 August just outside Denbigh, Denbighshire, North Wales
I am showing three pieces: Up in the air, Heavy Weather II and Haven (see below), which I have not shown before.
Following my show Lost in Transition at the Searchers Gallery in May I am excited to be joining The Searchers group of artists back at the gallery in August for ‘Tumbleweed’; the first in a series of group shows in Bristol the South West & London.
13-28 August 2013
The Searchers Group of Artists
An exhibition of painting, drawing, collage, ceramic, sculpture & photography
Stephen Buckeridge | Dave Morgan-Davies | Tony Eastman | Michael Hayter | Brendan Lancaster | Stuart Low | Joe Tymkow | Alexander Korzer-Robinson | Maggie Royle | Ruth Piper | Jess Woodrow
Preview: Tuesday 13 August 6-9pm
The Searchers contemporary ‘One Year Gallery Project’ was opened in Bristol by practicing artist and exhibition maker Ruth Piper in September 2012. The gallery program focus’s on a rich seam of contemporary art in all its forms, providing a commercial venue with curated shows including artists from Bristol and London; in particular those whose work side steps fashion and conveys a deeply felt personal engagement with their materials and subject matter.
It was John Ford’s classic western ‘The Searchers’ that inspired the title for the gallery. Obsessive and curious by nature artists travel alone, searching through unfamiliar territory, hoping for fresh insights & new configurations.
My proposal for GLOW is one of ten projects shortlisted by the Bristol Festival of Ideas for the Temple Meads Gateway.
By wrapping a disused building in white and including a printed representation of the Bristol skyline, GLOW will provide daytime visitors with an intriguing and welcoming image. As dusk falls the building will be illuminated from within by a pulsating orange glow. This will evoke the sun setting in the West, and provide evening visitors with the transformed image of the backlit Bristol skyline.
Below is a short film showing a visualisation of how GLOW might look:
Here’s a short film which documents the show with a soundtrack by the Lund Quartet:
The solo exhibition ‘Lost in Transition’ at the Searchers Contemporary in Bristol represented a distillation of a thousand images of land and sea taken during a recent residency at Brisons Veor, Cape Cornwall. Through photography and film the exhibition explores the relationship between the land, sea and sky, specifically the transitions between those three elements.
Giclee print on aluminium, 66cm x 102cm
bless the weather i, ii, iii
Floating acrylic Giclee prints, framed
28cm x 28cm
F-Number showcases the work of photographers Alec Jackson, Charles Emerson, Dave Morgan-Davies, Emile Roberts, Nige’ Ollis, Marten Rostel, Michael Reeves, Milo Newman and Rachel Sokal. All are engaged in the most creative applications of the medium. F-Number aims to show a diverse spectrum of work, from instant candid moments to detailed, intricately arranged compositions.
9th – 30th March 2013
Private view – Friday 8th March at 6pm
The Grant Bradley Gallery
1 St Peters Court
Bristol BS3 4AQ
0117 9637 673
I’m just about to head off to the most westerly dwelling in the UK for a short residency. My work is really about being immersed in the landscape, this’ll certainly be the case at Cape Cornwall. The studio is right on the cliffs and the weather at the beginning of March quite raw. My working title is ‘lost in transition’, that’s the transition between the land and the sea and the sea and the sky. The plan is to photograph and film every day to create a body of work that will be the basis of a solo show in May.