I was back in my home town of Bideford last night for the inaugural exhibition of the new Exposure Photography Gallery. Entitled “Home” the exhibition explores authors’ relationships with their home county of North Devon. For me “home”, North Devon, has always been about my relationship with the sea and the coast. I was therefore delighted that the gallery accepted two of my pieces. One of these was a Fugitive Light metal print, so I cannot show that one on the website anymore, but it captured feelings of the surf, beach and green coast. The other was my triptych Mesmerise:
We spent today travelling down to Bovey Tracey to view the Members Exhibition from the Western Counties Photographic Federation (and to spend the early hours shooting on Haytor). What an amazing range of works on display, including some familiar from Bath Photographic Society members and many completely new from all over the region.
Given that this is the first exhibition I have ever submitted work for, I was especially chuffed when they called me forward to receive a Highly Commended certificate for an architectural shot and a PAGB Silver Medal for:
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