Alan Cotton Catalogue
For over 50 years Alan Cotton has honed his palette-knife technique, producing boldly chromatic, landscapes rich in topography and atmosphere. Alan Cotton’s next London exhibition opens on Wednesday 14th September 2016 at Messum’s new gallery at 28, Cork Street. Alan is currently working on paintings from his recent visits to the Isle of Skye and a series from the West Coast of Ireland.
Definitely worth a visit to his exhibition and to see paintings which Steve has been photographing over the years!
We recently visited this fantastic Exhibition!
Microsculpture presents the insect collection of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History like never before. The result of a collaboration between the Museum and photographer Levon Biss, this series of beautifully-lit, high magnification portraits captures the microscopic form of insects in striking large-format and high-resolution detail.
Walking on the Wildside Exhibition
We had the pleasure of exhibiting at Chipping Campden Gallery, showcasing a collection of our unique photines and images of African landscapes, wildlife and locals.
Take a look at the link to see the photographs that were on display:
Doris Handgartner and Lisa Sharpe
We have been over in Zurich with Doris Handgartner who has a taste in fine stone selection, trustworthy gem valuation, and individualised jewellery design, she works alongside contemporary artist Lisa Sharpe to create interesting pieces.
Their links are below:
We have recently revamped sculptor Steve Hurst’s website displaying his latest work including ‘The four horsemen of the apocalypse’ take a look at his website on this link:
We have also created postcards with Steve’s latest sculptures which look fantastic!
Abbey Hotel Photography
This month we collaborated with Abbey Hotel Bath, photographing their stylish vaulted space with four private booths known as the Igloo.Take a look at the link below to see the unique facilities which the hotel has to offer:
Mary Jane Seacole was a Jamaican woman who cared for wounded British soldiers during the Crimean War in the 19th Century. This is believed to be the UK’s first in honour of a named black woman, to have a memorial unveiled in the gardens of St Thomas Hospital. We were there to photograph this prestigious day, as well as creating a catalogue with our images. Sculptor Martin Jennings was the creator of this magnificent sculpture. His link is below:
Epson SureColor P9000
We’re proud to announce the latest addition to our slowly growing collection of printers: The Epson SureColor P9000. A 44” Wide-format printer that utilises Epson’s latest UltraChrome HDX Ink collection including 11 separate ink channels in order to get 99% of Pantone colours allowing for the highest colour accuracy currently available. This is perfect for those wanting truly accurate colour renditions to match their artwork.
Head over to our Instagram page and give us a follow, and take a look at our images uploaded regularly, showing Steve’s trips to Uganda over the years!
After a year of studying at Gloucester College and assisting us part time we’re proud to invite Archie on Full-Time after completing a HND in photography at Gloucester College.