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The Great Exhibition

March 12th, 2017

The Great Exhibition

We are proud to announce the opening of our first public exhibition!

It forms part of the week-long ‘Arts and Science Festival 2017’ at the University of Birmingham featuring research, culture and collaboration across the campus with a theme this year of ‘land and water’, and begins on the 13th of March. Full details of the festival may be found here:

http://artsandsciencefestival.co.uk/festival/

Our exhibition, ‘Where Land Meets Sea’ is hosted by the Lapworth Museum at the University and will be available to visit for nearly six months from 13th March until 4th September 2017.

Images of our coastline explore the natural beauty of the landscape, the geology that is often exposed there, and our own sense of place within it. It allows us to consider that although art and science are frequently regarded as opposing disciplines, there is actually a commonality of perceptive observation of the natural world, which through creative insight and interpretation may inspire us all.

Further details of the exhibition may be found here:

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/facilities/lapworth-museum/events/exhibitions.aspx

Entry is FREE and the museum itself is well worth a visit as it contains an exceptional range of geological exhibits in a state-of-the-art setting following a recent £2.7 million refurbishment. Please take a look at the museum web-site for more information, opening times and how to get there:

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/facilities/lapworth-museum/index.aspx

If you can’t experience the event itself, or you are interested in purchasing any of the images, please visit the exhibition gallery at Seandskyphotography

http://seandskyphotography.com/collections/exhibition+images

We hope you enjoy the images!

Wet and windy at St Davids

March 9th, 2017

Wet and windy at St Davids

A few days in Pembrokeshire in very changeable weather provided challenging conditions for photography, which nevertheless often results in the most interesting images. Torrential rain at the aptly named Newgale Beach created a soft light and hence subtle tones in the landscape, whereas hanging onto a wave-lashed promontory at Whitesands Bay while being battered by 50mph winds questioned the sanity of trying for an hour for that ‘special shot’. It’s a great time to be at such a beautiful location in Wales as the beaches are empty except for the hardy, and when rewarded by some fleeting early spring sunshine, the scenery comes alive like few other times of the year.

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January 22nd, 2017

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