David Morgan-Davies

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‘hidden’: 40″ x 26″ Giclée print, aluminium dibond mounted, available as an edition of 7.
they cycle past – one of two short films shown.

The Searchers began as a ‘one year’ gallery project in Bristol promoting collectable contemporary art. We are now a roaming group of artists aiming to support and challenge each other in our individual practices, with studio visits, shared experiences and critical discussion. Our latest show includes painting, drawing, sculpture, photography & film.  As well as new body of work ‘Hidden’; inspired by the camps & structures of Leigh Woods by myself (photography and short films) the exhibition features the work of Harriet Aston, Stephen Buckeridge, Tony Eastman, Michael Hayter, Stuart Low, Jitka Palmer and Ruth Piper.  In addition we have commissioned Bristol art historian & writer, Lizzie Lloyd to write an accompanying text for the exhibition.

It was John Ford’s classic western ‘The Searchers’ that inspired our name. Obsessive and curious by nature artists travel alone, searching through unfamiliar territory, hoping for fresh insights & new configurations.

Shooting from the hip’
12-24 September 2014
Private view – Friday 12th September at 6pm

Centrespace
6 Leonard Lane
Bristol BS1 1EA
Tel: 07711 541 852

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I spent a fantastic day a couple of months ago taking part in the Sounding the City workshop.  The day organised by Nina Williams from the University of Bristol explored the use of field recording as a way of guiding and documenting an urban walk. Ten participants split into pairs then followed the same mapped route around the city centre. Each group was asked to make a sound recording at ten allotted locations.

The edited recordings are to be aired at the following exhibition at the Edwardian Cloakroom, Bristol:

Sounding the City

15th – 16th August 2014 (12pm – 6pm)
Private view – Thursday 14th August at 7pm

Edwardian Cloakroom
corner of Park Row/Woodland Road
Bristol BS1 5LS

blown by the river

‘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.

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‘From the River and the Sea’ is part of the Stroud Valley Arts Site 2014 Festival

 

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Just had a really nice weekend in and around Whitsand Bay in Cornwall. The image here was taken on the farm we stayed on, providing a perfect location for my current work.

Venice

December 8, 2007

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what a great city..

I’ve been so busy this summer with having a good time, and then starting doing some teaching at UWE that my website and blog have really suffered. Most of all I blame Facebook for this, as any spare moment I seem to spend checking it, rather than in more creative pursuits. My new years resolution is to post thoughts and photos much more regularly – we shall see!!