Black and White Spider awards. I am delighted my image of a Welder has been chosen as a nominee for the portrait category of this competition. The link to it is below
Exhibition at the Bob Abley Gallery Spennymoor. Features five new photographs amongst a collection of 12 black and white images. The exhibition runs from the 7th to the 28th March. Three other artists are also taking part so if you get chance pop along.
A new business called the Pancake Café is opening on the 24th March in Seaham harbour.
Situated in a wonderful new building in the marina. Exciting times for development in Seaham with the Tommy sculpture nearby and now new small businesses like this opening up. They very kindly purchased a selection of my black and white framed images and are now up on there walls. I hope it goes well fingers crossed.
Thank you to everyone who has supported me this year. There is a lot of new work coming which I hope you will enjoy. Have a great Christmas and New Year.
Take a View landscape competition in conjunction with Network Rail will be having a touring exhibition of photographs. My image of Snow Capped Roofs featuring Durham Viaduct will be on display at Glasgow central station from the 24- 29 June. Charlie Waite master landscape photographer and founder of Take a View will be attending on the 24th.
I will be selling at Durhams Christmas Festival from Friday 30 November – Sunday 2nd December. It does get very busy. Friday is best when crowds are thin and all the traders have full displays. Alternatively arrive early Saturday . The marquee is on Palace Green directly in front of the Cathedral. Hope to see you there.
09/01/2012 – 31/03/2012
Exhibition of 5 framed works at the Nest Art Gallery in Barnard Castle. Features black and white photographs of Bamburgh Castle, Dunstanburgh, Tynemouth Pier, St Marys Island
Lighthouse and Rocky Gorge New Hampshire. Twenty other artists are exhibiting which includes oil paintings, ceramics, watercolours, photography and sculpture.
Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year competition . I was very honoured to receive a commendation from head judge Charle Waite for my photograph of Durham Viaduct. The photograph was runner up in the Network Rail category and will be on display at the National Theatre in London from November 22 to January 15.
I am privileged to be the first artist invited to exhibit at the Van Mildert College in Durham. The exhibition starts on the 6th November and features new works from the North East region, New York and Venice amongst others. The exhibition lasts for the duration of the university term and is open to students and university staff.