Artists and photographers to be featured at the Winter Shed Show.

As always with our group exhibitions we show a cross section of work from our gallery from the established professional photographers and artists to those who have a passion for capturing a fleeting moment in time or just have to create.

Stephen Banks’ astrophotography is not only technically stunning and shows enormous dedication and patience but also reveals what is beyond what we see with the naked eye. The colours and shapes that are formed are mesmerizing and makes you want to lie under the starlit sky and lose yourself in the enormity of the Cosmos.

Archway to Heaven by Stephen Banks

Archway to Heaven by Stephen Banks

Kris Dutson showed a couple of images with us in the summer and the response was overwhelming. There is a quality to his landscape photography that somehow captures how we feel about our surroundings. They evoke a feeling of warmth in the sunsets and landscapes that speak of history, peacefulness and timelessness.

Frost on the Frome by Kris Dutson

Frost on the Frome by Kris Dutson

Rachael Talibart writes a blog about her photography that shows inquisitiveness in everything around her, from macro shots of fungi to sweeping seascapes. The vibrancy and colour she captures makes every image sing.

Dancing Poppies by Rachael Talibart

Dancing Poppies by Rachael Talibart

Andy White has shown with us many times and his latest series of imagery from Iceland show an understanding of composition and editorial quality imagery that reads like a documentary of his visit to the frozen island.

Redundant Icelandic fish factory by Andy White

Redundant Icelandic fish factory by Andy White

Our artists include Fiona G Roberts whose painting has grown in stature as she explores elements of her past and resolves them on canvas. Her paintings have simplicity to them and peacefulness that strikes a chord with the public.

Blue 5 by Fiona G. Roberts

Blue 5 by Fiona G. Roberts

Paula Youens is a printmaker, photographer and illustrator. Her work is often inspired by the rugged shoreline around the Dorset coast.  Her freehand drawings and prints express the energy of a rolling wave or storm approaching.

A is for Art by Paula Youens

A is for Art by Paula Youens

Many other creatives in our gallery will also have work represented. Details of these images will be released after the 1st of December submission deadline for inclusion in the show. 

4 thoughts on “Artists and photographers to be featured at the Winter Shed Show.

  1. I may be missing the obvious, but how do I make a submission of work? And is there a particular desired topic or theme?

  2. Thank you for choosing my work! So exciting. What a shame we are going to be about as far away as we can be, in Australia, from 19 Dec to 3rd Jan!

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