Showing my metal
You will have noticed from an earlier post that I’ve produced some new abstract Fine Art images using the “Bokeh” technique. I’ve done some ruthless editing, and got it down to about just 50 or so of my favourites. Working on the premise that the rest of the world has a right to know about these images, I’ve joined the Swindon Open Studios (SOS) weekend in September. “Today Swindon, tomorrow the World!”
SOS is run over the weekend of the 12th and 13th of September between 11am and 6pm each day, and is an Art exhibition with a difference; it’s interactive! During the w/e you can visit a number of locations, see the work of many artists, and perhaps even buy something. At each location the artist(s) exhibiting there will be available to talk to about their work. I’m going to be at Location 25; that’s Sculptor Pat Elmore’s house and studio at Nutford Lodge, Longcot in South Oxfordshire. It’s easy to get to with lots of free parking.
I’ll be exhibiting some large (over 1 metre wide) images from the “Invisible Beauty” series, that are printed directly on to aluminium, hence the terrible pun in the title of this post. This type of printing really suits these abstract images. They are lightweight, durable, and even waterproof, which means you can hang them almost anywhere.
Do come along to have a chat about these images – or photography in general. As well as Pat and me, there are three other artists exhibiting at Nutford Lodge, so there’s lots to see. Pat’s also serving teas!
To find out more about SOS check out their website:
See you in September!!