The evening was full of visual surprises, free-ranging comments, interpretations, questions and lively discussion with plenty of humour.

Once again the group provided a wonderful opportunity to view a wide range of distinctive prints and PDIs.

Here’s a flavour of what was on offer.

Alex Isaacs – excerpt from ‘The Journey’ series

 

     

Anne Hoath - from ‘Brief Encounter’ series

 

John Hoath – from ‘The Silent Mosquito’ series

 

Darren Leeson - from ‘Signs of the Times’ photo-project

 

Harry Wilkie – ‘Bird in Doghouse’

 

James Boardman-Woodend – Two images comparing and contrasting the dissident art of Ai Weiwei with those of classical art-forms and dystopian urban graffiti expression

 

 

James Boardman-Woodend – Two images comparing and contrasting the dissident art of Ai Weiwei with those of classical art-forms and dystopian urban graffiti expression

 

Jayne Winter – excerpt from ‘Found Art’ series

 

Roger Plant – ‘Several Shades of Grey’

 

Ruth Bourne – ‘The Machine’ from 'City 17' series

 

Henry Tomsett - from ‘Street Clutter’ photo-project

 

Stewart Bourne – ‘Gestures’ from 'Through a Glass Darkly’ series

 

Tessa – 'Bridal Dreams from 'Suburbia' series

 

Clive – ‘The Witching Tree’ from ‘Wildwood’ series

 

From a world-wide canvas we viewed a selection of work from Luis Mallo on the theme of Found Art'.  Here’s the link for further exploration:

www.luismallo.com/projects_InCamera.html

  

We asked about contributing prints during August to be part of a large exhibition representing WCC at The Hive.  This was very much supported and more information will follow.

The group certainly goes from strength to strength.

Clive and Tessa