Archive for the ‘Members’ Category

Catherine Ames – Corner Buildings Project

December 31, 2010

In response to our call for news of ongoing projects from our members, Catherine Ames sent in a remarkable image that we are very pleased to publish, as well as some information about its background and about herself.

Corner Buildings

Corner Rajasthan – Catherine Ames

I’ve been working on this project of digital architectural collage for a few years, “corner buildings” all over the world.  I’ve already published one preliminary book, with lulu.com, which I’ve brought to the Queen’s Park meeting.  It is a bit of an ongoing project, which I would like to culminate in a show.  I’ve shown some very large prints of these in a group show at Gallery 94 on Cleveland Street last year.

I’m also in the process of walking some of the famous long distance paths of
England, and hope to make books on those as well. That is not collage. My
switch from the darkroom to digital happened in 2000, exactly 10 years ago.
In the 1980’s and 1990’s I was well known in the US as a large format black
and white (silver gelatin) photographer and I feature in Rotovision’s 2002
“World’s Top Landscape Photography” book. I’ve had  shows in the US of the black and white work.
Feel free to browse my website, http://www.catherineames.com

 

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2nd Opening of Stop Motion

September 8, 2010

The second opening of the Queens Park group of photographers exhibition Stop Motion was a great success, with even more people at the launch than previously.  Well done everybody!

Photos by Tim Crowe

Local Group Members’ Exhibition

May 25, 2010

Group member Tony Wallis and his partner Margaret Cooter invite you all to the opening of their exhibition..

Journey


Lots of art, photography, good cheer and vino!

Private view Friday 4 June, 6pm to 9pm. RSVP Tony (unless you have done already)

artisan80
80 Harlesden Road, London NW10 2BE
http://www.artisan80.com

Friday 4 June until Saturday 26 June

Open Wednesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm

We will also be at the Gallery on Saturdays 5, 12, 19 and 26 June

Five minutes walk from Willesden Library Centre. Nearest tube Willesden Green; bus 206 along Harlesden Road or buses 6, 52, 98, 260, 266, 302 and 460. Parking in Parkfield Road, weekends free, weekdays metered.

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