Following her professional photographic training in Sheffield, Sarah’s work has been exhibited throughout the UK and France – both in solo and group exhibitions.
Sarah captures moments in an ever-changing world, recognising that despite man’s efforts to create permanence, nature will always intervene and thus the cycle of birth, decay, death and rebirth continues.
I am a Photographic Artist with an Honours Degree in Fine Art.
My main area of work concerns an exploration of the old world of the cinema and the creation of memories through visual imagery and found cinematic objects
Amongst my featured work I will be showing a collection of enlarged film negatives from various derelict cinema sites and photos of empty cinema interiors.
In March 2005 I participated in an expedition to Everest base camp in Nepal. These photographs document my experiences there.
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On display will be a range of photography from wildlife closeups to sweeping landscapes and from locations as close as Southville to as far away as New Zealand.
Hopefully something for all tastes, see some examples of my work at http://www.northbristolartists.co.uk/drupal/pages/Dylan%20Arnold/index.h...
Photography has been a hobby for several decades - originally inspired by my first job after school in a metallurgical lab. I used nothing but black and white film for many years, but recently sold my soul to digital. However many pictures still finish up with at least a small monochrome element! Subjects include people, landscape, floral, animals.
Matt, Joe and Eve have been photographing jelly babies for nearly a year now. They buy them on Saturday from the Dinkie on North St – the best sweet shop and tobacconist in Bristol – photograph them, and then eat them.
Dave is a photographic artist and digital media practitioner. He has been Chair of Southbank Bristol Arts for the last two years. Other than numerous organisational tasks Dave's primary creative focus for this years Arts Week has been devising the two collaborative projects ‘Message on a bottle’ and ‘Seaside, Cities and Sandwiches – a ‘ReCollection’’.
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My subject matter is man-made spaces and objects at night, transformed by the ubiquitous street light, creating a surreal and dreamlike landscape. These photographic images are all taken in Bristol. More from this series can be viewed at The Tobacco Factory during the Arts Trail.
Former architect (retired from his successful Practice in Buckinghamshire in 2005) and now working with young people in education. In theory, this provides him with lots more time to take photographs and to draw; in practice, this doesn’t quite happen!
Drawings tend to be pen+ink/line drawings, sometimes incorporating watercolour – although he’s been experimenting recently with wax and watercolour inks. Photographs frequently incorporate light, water, reflection, line and colour – although he’s been increasingly working in black+white over the past year or so.
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I have been making photographs since I was 13 or so and studied at Gloucestershire College of Arts and Technology (now University of Gloucester or something) in the dim and distant past.
In my (almost) real life I am a musician and composer but have always taken a camera on my travels. The results have generally ended up in a drawer but the art trail has given me a long needed outlet and has re-ignited my interest in taking pictures.
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