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Winter Show
26.11.2022 - 14.01.2023

 

Our Winter Show focuses on the works of the exceptional artists in our area; Anne Aspinall, Brin Edwards, Steven Bewsher, Chris Cyprus, Tim Copsey, Ché Finch, Lindsey Hambleton, Louise Jannetta, Ingrid Katarina Karlsson, Sarah Morley, Diane Nevitt, Sandra Orme, Simon Plum and Faith Walker

Winter Show (26.11.22 - 14.01.23)

An exhibition comprising fifteen artists; our Winter Show focuses on  some of the North Wests finest artists working in the region today.

Anne Aspinall (MAFA)

Anne Aspinall's work can be found throughout the UK and abroad, and is represented in collections in Europe, the USA and Australia. 

A colourist; Anne is known for her paintings of North Wales and the British coastline. Anne Aspinall's work has continued to increase in significance and is acknowledged as one of the best North West painters living today. 

www.facebook.com/anne.aspinall2 

Brin Edwards

After studying Biology and Ecology at University Brin Edwards spent the next twenty years or so as a freelance illustrator producing work for many UK publishers and charities including the National Trust, RSPB and The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. He is a member of the Society of Wildlife Artists and exhibits throughout the UK.

Brin Edwards has also been involved in many residencies over the years including; Artists for Nature Foundation – Bringing the Dead Sea to Life, Wallasea Island Wild Coast Project SWLA Artists Residencies, and in the SWLA Waddensea residency in Denmark this year.

His subject matter is predominantly painting birds in oils with a loose abstracted style often painting birds from memory these days ,having spent a life time observing them; "I'm trying to make bold statements and capture the essence of the birds".

"The ideas for my pictures relate to direct observation and often a spit-second glimpse of a bird will set in motion an idea for a composition. Sometimes an image will arrive, fully formed in my head and will demand urgently to be resolved but often ideas will rattle around for some time before I commit them to canvas".

You can find out more about Brin Edwards through his website; https://brin-edwards.com

Ché Finch  

Born in South Africa, and based in the North West since 2008 having lived on the Norfolk Broads since her early teens; Ché Finch’s work investigates the interplay between memory and ‘being there’. Exploring conceptual subjects through colour and texture; creating hand-coiled vases that often honour defining moments in life. She has a growing reputation for ceramics. 
 

www.chefinch.com 

Tim Copsey

https://www.empty.co.uk/

 

 

Chris Cyprus

Completely self taught, Chris began painting following two separate incidents of cancer, and a work related back injury which saw him unable to work for many months. These life changing events forced him to take stock and re-evaluate his life and career.

In 2003, Chris began painting allotment scenes, following a visit to the local council allotments in his home town. These quirky and often humorous depictions of life on the allotment gained notoriety quickly and were featured on BBC Gardeners World, where he was commissioned to paint the allotment garden of presenter, Joe Swift.

Over the following years, Chris has become a prolific painter with a truly unique style. His body of work ‘Northern Lights’ saw him produce over 250 paintings between 2014-2017 highlighting the plight of traditional sodium lighting being replaced by eco friendly LED bulbs. These evocative representations of Northern British towns and landscapes at dusk became a great success consequently featuring on the BBC One Show, and Northwest Tonight.

Chris continues to paint the subject matter he loves, capturing his observations of the seemingly mundane on canvas .

A combination of gritty determination and passion have helped bring to fruition his dream of making a living from producing art.

Chris has a loyal international client base , who appreciate the nuances of his work and take great joy from watching his style evolve over time.

  
www.chriscyprus.com  

Diane Nevitt  

Born in 1955 in Macclesfield, Cheshire Diane Nevitt has exhibited extensively since graduating in the early 70’s at Plymouth College of Art, going on to study Textiles at Taunton College of Arts and Technology. Nevitt firmly established her career early on; sharing a studio with Robert Lenkiewicz for many years at the on the waterfront at Plymouth Barbican, and exhibiting at the London Art Gair ofr over 30 years. Nevitt is represented by galleries throughout the UK and is in collections internationally. She has also produced commissions for a variety of projects, including the Government Offices for the Southwest, Regional Development Agency, Villa Tivoli, Merano, Italy, Anvil Projects Guernsey as well as Westcountry Television.

 

Steven Bewsher

Kate Collins

Ingrid Katarina Karlsson

Louise Jannetta

Sandra Orme

Faith Walker

Sarah Morley

 

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Autumn Show
26.10 - 19.11.2022

 

Focusing on the works of six exceptional artists; with Anne Aspinall (MAFA), Brin Edwards (SWLA), Chris Cyprus, Ché Finch, Tim Copsey and Diane Nevitt

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Autumn Show
26.10 - 19.11.2022

 

Focusing on the works of six exceptional artists; with Anne Aspinall (MAFA), Brin Edwards (SWLA), Chris Cyprus, Ché Finch, Tim Copsey and Diane Nevitt

Autumn Show Focusing on Six Exceptional Artists

Anne Aspinall (MAFA)

Anne Aspinall's work can be found throughout the UK and abroad, and is represented in collections in Europe, the USA and Australia. 

A colourist; Anne is known for her paintings of North Wales and the British coastline. Anne Aspinall's work has continued to increase in significance and is acknowledged as one of the best North West painters living today. 

www.facebook.com/anne.aspinall2 

 

Brin Edwards

After studying Biology and Ecology at University Brin Edwards spent the next twenty years or so as a freelance illustrator producing work for many UK publishers and charities including the National Trust, RSPB and The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. He is a member of the Society of Wildlife Artists and exhibits throughout the UK.

Brin Edwards has also been involved in many residencies over the years including; Artists for Nature Foundation – Bringing the Dead Sea to Life, Wallasea Island Wild Coast Project SWLA Artists Residencies, and in the SWLA Waddensea residency in Denmark this year.

His subject matter is predominantly painting birds in oils with a loose abstracted style often painting birds from memory these days ,having spent a life time observing them; "I'm trying to make bold statements and capture the essence of the birds".

"The ideas for my pictures relate to direct observation and often a spit-second glimpse of a bird will set in motion an idea for a composition. Sometimes an image will arrive, fully formed in my head and will demand urgently to be resolved but often ideas will rattle around for some time before I commit them to canvas".

You can find out more about Brin Edwards through his website; https://brin-edwards.com

Ché Finch  

Born in South Africa, and based in the North West since 2008 having lived on the Norfolk Broads since her early teens; Ché Finch’s work investigates the interplay between memory and ‘being there’. Exploring conceptual subjects through colour and texture; creating hand-coiled vases that often honour defining moments in life. She has a growing reputation for ceramics. 
 

www.chefinch.com 

Tim Copsey

https://www.empty.co.uk/

 

 

Chris Cyprus

Completely self taught, Chris began painting following two separate incidents of cancer, and a work related back injury which saw him unable to work for many months. These life changing events forced him to take stock and re-evaluate his life and career.

In 2003, Chris began painting allotment scenes, following a visit to the local council allotments in his home town. These quirky and often humorous depictions of life on the allotment gained notoriety quickly and were featured on BBC Gardeners World, where he was commissioned to paint the allotment garden of presenter, Joe Swift.

Over the following years, Chris has become a prolific painter with a truly unique style. His body of work ‘Northern Lights’ saw him produce over 250 paintings between 2014-2017 highlighting the plight of traditional sodium lighting being replaced by eco friendly LED bulbs. These evocative representations of Northern British towns and landscapes at dusk became a great success consequently featuring on the BBC One Show, and Northwest Tonight.

Chris continues to paint the subject matter he loves, capturing his observations of the seemingly mundane on canvas .

A combination of gritty determination and passion have helped bring to fruition his dream of making a living from producing art.

Chris has a loyal international client base , who appreciate the nuances of his work and take great joy from watching his style evolve over time.

  
www.chriscyprus.com  

Diane Nevitt  

Born in 1955 in Macclesfield, Cheshire Diane Nevitt has exhibited extensively since graduating in the early 70’s at Plymouth College of Art, going on to study Textiles at Taunton College of Arts and Technology. Nevitt firmly established her career early on; sharing a studio with Robert Lenkiewicz for many years at the on the waterfront at Plymouth Barbican, and exhibiting at the London Art Gair ofr over 30 years. Nevitt is represented by galleries throughout the UK and is in collections internationally. She has also produced commissions for a variety of projects, including the Government Offices for the Southwest, Regional Development Agency, Villa Tivoli, Merano, Italy, Anvil Projects Guernsey as well as Westcountry Television.  

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PREVIOUS
EXHIBITIONS

Autumn Show - Five Man Show with Anne Aspinall, Brin Edwards, Ché Finch, Tim Copsey and Diane Nevitt (26.10 - 19.10.2022

Late Summer Exhibition

The Four Elements of Nature with the Lindow Photographic Group 12.08 to 28.08.2022

Three Painters with Anne Aspinall, Ché Finch and Diane Nevitt 23.04 - 15.05.22

Cloudscape with Sandra Orme 11.03.- 02.04.22

Wild Walls with Meirion Watkin and Harsharn Gill 15.02 - 5.03.22

Christmas Show 2021 with Jo-anna Allen, Ché Finch, Lindsey Hambleton, Louise Jannetta, Ingrid Katarina Karlsson, Howard Levitt, Bruce Lyons, Sarah Morley, Diane Nevitt, Sandra Orme, Simon Plum, Peter Rodulfo, Gordon M Scott, Mark Sheeky, Faith Walker and 

Further details below with links to artists websites.

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Late Summer Exhibition
02.09 to 15.10.2022

Some fantastic work included in this exhibition by Anne Aspinall, Kate Collins, Chris Cyprus, Ché Finch, Louise Jannetta, Ingrid Katarina Karlsson, Claire Kerrison, Sarah Morley, Simon Plum,  Peter Rodulfo, Mark Thompson and Diane Nevitt

Mixed Show with

Simon Plum 

Simon Plum specializes in painting, drawing and intaglio printmaking. His practice is, in part, a surreal and darkly humorous commentary on the anxieties and absurdities of modern life, where animals and people appear in increasingly strange and unlikely scenarios; such as chasing each other endlessly around the kitchen table or clambering over rooftops above the terraced streets of my hometown, Preston. 

“Aside from this, I habitually returns to still-life paintings of old toy cars and lead animals, broken teapots, rusty paraffin lamps and other, seemingly worthless, household junk; finding much to celebrate in these forgotten remnants of people's lives. My work is partly biographical, evoking half-forgotten memories and events, a series of on-going visual narratives that drift between comedy and tragedy, reality and fantasy, the past and present”.  

www.simonplum.co.uk  


Anne Aspinall 

Anne Aspinall's work can be found throughout the UK and abroad, and is represented in collections in Europe, the USA and Australia. 

A colourist; Anne is known for her paintings of North Wales and the British coastline. Anne Aspinall's work has continued to increase in significance and is acknowledged as one of the best North West painters living today. 

www.facebook.com/anne.aspinall2 


Diane Nevitt  

Born in 1955 in Macclesfield, Cheshire Diane Nevitt has exhibited extensively since graduating in the early 70’s at Plymouth College of Art, going on to study Textiles at Taunton College of Arts and Technology. Diane firmly established her career early on; sharing a studio with Robert Lenkiewicz for many years at the on the waterfront at Plymouth Barbican, and exhibiting at the London Art Fair for many years. She is represented by galleries throughout the UK. 

  
Ché Finch  

Born in South Africa, and based in the North West since 2008 having lived on the Norfolk Broads since her early teens; Ché Finch’s work investigates the interplay between memory and ‘being there’. Exploring conceptual subjects through colour and texture; creating hand-coiled vases that often honour defining moments in life. She has a growing reputation for ceramics. 

www.chefinch.com 

  

Chris Cyprus

Completely self taught, Chris began painting following two separate incidents of cancer, and a work related back injury which saw him unable to work for many months. These life changing events forced him to take stock and re-evaluate his life and career.

In 2003, Chris began painting allotment scenes, following a visit to the local council allotments in his home town. These quirky and often humorous depictions of life on the allotment gained notoriety quickly and were featured on BBC Gardeners World, where he was commissioned to paint the allotment garden of presenter, Joe Swift.

Over the following years, Chris has become a prolific painter with a truly unique style. His body of work ‘Northern Lights’ saw him produce over 250 paintings between 2014-2017 highlighting the plight of traditional sodium lighting being replaced by eco friendly LED bulbs. These evocative representations of Northern British towns and landscapes at dusk became a great success consequently featuring on the BBC One Show, and Northwest Tonight.

Chris continues to paint the subject matter he loves, capturing his observations of the seemingly mundane on canvas .

A combination of gritty determination and passion have helped bring to fruition his dream of making a living from producing art.

Chris has a loyal international client base , who appreciate the nuances of his work and take great joy from watching his style evolve over time.

  
www.chriscyprus.com  


Sarah Morley

A member of the PDA, Sarah Morley paints predominantly land and seascapes in an expressive, semi-abstract style; with a distinct interest in the natural form. With work sold extensively in the USA, France and within the UK. 

https://www.sarahmorleyart.com

Ingrid Katarina Karlsson

Ingrid Katarina Karlsson has exhibited widely for over 25 years; including solo exhibitions in both the UK and Sweden, she’s a member of the Peak District Artisans. 

A narrative artist; Ingrid’s work is inspired by storytelling, combining magical scenery and the ever-changing seasonal colours of the Peak District where she lives, as well as, her Swedish roots.  

“I believe art should tell a meaningful story to the beholder, my narrative style of work is based on memories of places and experiences, yet illustrated in a way that can be interpreted individually by the viewer.... My life long love of words have always influenced the way I work, hence the narrative element, quotes and lines of words often incorporated into the art work.”. Ingrid was also featured as a resident artist on BBC Countryfile during National Story Telling Week in 2017. 

Ingrid’s work, including commissions, can be found in homes, offices and public venues around the UK, Sweden and the USA. 

Further info to follow:

Peter Rodulfo

Faith Walker

Kate Collins https://www.facebook.com/kate.collins.96199  

Peter Rodulfo https://www.rodulfo.org/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Rodulfo  

Louise Jannetta https://www.louisejannetta.co.uk/  

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Previous Exhibition

The Four Elements of Nature

12.08 to 28.08.22

A group exhibition with Lindow Photographic Group

The Four Elements of Nature

The Four Elements of Nature explores collective and individual concepts of Earth, Air, Fire and Water, show casing a series of beautiful and creative photographs in this group photographic show by the Lindow Photographic Group.

Based in Cheshire, the Lindow Photographic Group is a well-established photographic club in Cheshire, which promotes creativity through a hands-on approach to photography.

"We work through a series of photographic briefs, lectures, practical exercises and demonstrations that enable each member to develop their own style and expand their own photographic portfolios". 

There promises to be some fantastic work in this show and Macc Art Lounge are really pleased to be able to support the Lindow Photographic Group. 

All welcome!

To find out more about Lindow Photographic Group please visit:

http://lindowphotographicgroup.co.uk/

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Mixed Show 09.07 - 31.07.

Some fantastic work included in this exhibition by Anne Aspinall, Kate Collins, Louise Jannetta, Ché Finch, Sarah Morley, Simon Plum, Meirion Watkin, Sandra Orme, Peter Rodulfo and Diane Nevitt

Mixed Show with

Simon Plum 

Simon Plum specializes in painting, drawing and intaglio printmaking. His practice is, in part, a surreal and darkly humorous commentary on the anxieties and absurdities of modern life, where animals and people appear in increasingly strange and unlikely scenarios; such as chasing each other endlessly around the kitchen table or clambering over rooftops above the terraced streets of my hometown, Preston. 

“Aside from this, I habitually returns to still-life paintings of old toy cars and lead animals, broken teapots, rusty paraffin lamps and other, seemingly worthless, household junk; finding much to celebrate in these forgotten remnants of people's lives. My work is partly biographical, evoking half-forgotten memories and events, a series of on-going visual narratives that drift between comedy and tragedy, reality and fantasy, the past and present”.  

www.simonplum.co.uk  

 

Anne Aspinall 

Anne Aspinall's work can be found throughout the UK and abroad, and is represented in collections in Europe, the USA and Australia. 

A colourist; Anne is known for her paintings of North Wales and the British coastline. Anne Aspinall's work has continued to increase in significance and is acknowledged as one of the best North West painters living today. 

www.facebook.com/anne.aspinall2 

 

Diane Nevitt  

Born in 1955 in Macclesfield, Cheshire Diane Nevitt has exhibited extensively since graduating in the early 70’s at Plymouth College of Art, going on to study Textiles at Taunton College of Arts and Technology. Diane firmly established her career early on; sharing a studio with Robert Lenkiewicz for many years at the on the waterfront at Plymouth Barbican, and exhibiting at the London Art Fair for many years. She is represented by galleries throughout the UK. 

  
Ché Finch  

Born in South Africa, and based in the North West since 2008 having lived on the Norfolk Broads since her early teens; Ché Finch’s work investigates the interplay between memory and ‘being there’. Exploring conceptual subjects through colour and texture; creating hand-coiled vases that often honour defining moments in life. She has a growing reputation for ceramics. 
 

www.chefinch.com 

  
 

Sandra Orme 

Former winner of the The Buxton Spa Prize and former Chair of the Peak District Artisans, as well as, a brand ambassador for Unison Colour Soft Pastels. Sandra is a leading pastel artist in the North West. With a degree in Fine Art and many years experience as an art teacher and tutor (including tutoring the occasional pastel class at the Ashmolean Museum); this is a great opportunity to see an extensive body of Sandra's work. Sandra is also a member of the High Peak Artists in Gallery in the Gardens at the Buxton Pavilion Gardens and the Peak District Artisans. 

With a studio in the heart of the Peak District in Buxton, Derbyshire. Sandra's work explores the ever changing sky and landscape that surrounds her studio; capturing the dramatic skies and sense of place. 

  
www.sandraorme.com  

 

Further info still to come; 

Meirion Watkin  https://www.instagram.com/meirionwatkin  

Kate Collins https://www.facebook.com/kate.collins.96199  

Peter Rodulfo https://www.rodulfo.org/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Rodulfo  

Louise Jannetta https://www.louisejannetta.co.uk/  

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Three Painters; Anne Aspinall, Ché Finch and Diane Nevitt

23rd April - 15th May

Anne Aspinall, Ché Finch and Diane Nevitt

Anne Aspinall


Anne Aspinall's work can be found throughout the UK and abroad, and is represented in collections in Europe, the USA and Australia.

A colourist; Anne is known for her paintings of North Wales and the British coastline. With a particular affection for North Wales which begun during early childhood observations of the area. Her work is a personal response to the patterns and rhythms inherent in the landscape and the “subtle seasonal tonal changes wrought by light and weather”.

Anne Aspinall's work has continued to increase in significance and is acknowledged as one of the best North West painters living today.


Diane Nevitt

Born in 1955 in Macclesfield, Cheshire Diane Nevitt has exhibited extensively since graduating in the early 70’s at Plymouth College of Art, going on to study Textiles at Taunton College of Arts and Technology. Although have a love of textile design, Diane’s first love was painting and she went on to become a professional painter. Sharing a studio with Robert Lenkiewicz for many years at the on the waterfront at Plymouth Barbican, Diane has exhibited on numerous occassions at the London Art Fair and is represented by galleries throughout the UK.

Over much of Diane’s career, she has taken inspiration from her many visits to Europe and especially her love of Italy. Diane’s second love is music, which played a great part in a series of early paintings such as ‘Music on the Island’, after Michael Galasso, and the wonderful bronze sculptures in the Musee D’Orsay, Paris.

Influences from the Art Nouveau movement and its Fin de Siecle paintings saw Diane’s paintings become more concerned with the timeless elemental nature of what lies beneath her work, rather than representation of the landscape.

‘I have no preconceived ideas of how the painting will end up. Painting is like music, it must be built on discipline and a firm understanding of paintings technical requirements but at the same time allowing for a freedom of expression’.


Ché Finch

Born in South Africa, and based in the North West since 2008 having lived on the Norfolk Broads since her early teens; Ché Finch’s work investigates the interplay between memory and ‘being there’. Exploring conceptual subjects through colour and texture; creating hand-coiled vases that often honour defining moments in life.

"My work is often emotional, depicting states of mind which are of the moment, as much as concepts. There are also meditative qualities during the initial making process of the vases, where scraping ‘clay off clay’ to sculpt the final shape produces a range of sounds that lend themselves to a gradual exploration of memories and new visuals. I am interested in visual disturbance; in placing a line or mark where it might not work, or might not please, and in the possibility of new visual signatures arising from this process. I also have a keen interest in neuroplasticity and in environments that cultivate intense focus and the facilitation of 'deep work'. Much of my earlier processes were based around reducing visual noise in order to focus on key elements (which resulted in more abstract work), this was in part influenced by earlier experiences working briefly as a tutor in African Rhythmic Structures in my early twenties, which uses a core rhythmic structure in which to generate innovative sound".

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Sandra Orme Cloudscape

11th - 27th March 2022

11th - 27th March 2022

https://www.sandraorme.com


With a studio in the heart of the Peak District in Buxton, Derbyshire. Sandra's work explores the ever changing sky and landscapes that surrounds her studio; capturing the dramatic skies and sense of place.


Former winner of the The Buxton Spa Prize and former Chair of the Peak District Artisans, as well as, a brand ambassador for Unison Colour Soft Pastels. Sandra is a leading pastel artist in the North West; with a degree in Fine Art and many years experience as an art teacher and tutor (including tutoring the occasional pastel class at the Ashmolean Museum); this is a great opportunity to see an extensive body of Sandra's work. Sandra is also a member of the High Peak Artists in Gallery in the Gardens at the Buxton Pavilion Gardens and the Peak District Artisans.

Sandra will be in the Macc Art Lounge on Friday 18th March and

Saturday (10.30am till 4pm). All welcome!

Sandra will also be teaching a pastel class on 6th June 2022 at the Macc Art Lounge. Full details can be found at https://www.maccartlounge.co.uk/book-online

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Wild Walls 

Meirion Watkin

Harsharn Gill

15th February - 5th March 2022

Wild Walls

Wild Walls showcases the works of both Meirion Watkin and Harsharn Gill.

Harsharn and Meirion met in Manchester in the 90’s.  Meirion found Harsharn’s early work in the Himalaya’s really inspiring.  Over the following years both photographers developed their own styles but stayed in touch and often arranged expeditions and adventures together.  In turn, through Meirion’s commercial photography and experimental projects, and through Harsharn’s work for the Peak  District National Park and events like the infamous Montane Spine Race, they have continued to influence each other’s styles. There is a strong connection and common interest in the wild outdoor world but they have quite distinct approaches and techniques.  An opportunity to contrast and showcase their work at Macc Art Lounge was too good to miss.

Meirion Watkin

Living and working in the Peak District, photographer Meirion Watkin grew up in the Staffordshire Moorlands, taking his early inspiration from pictures of mountains, adventure, and far off places. Early on he’d use whatever film cameras he could lay his hands on, taking pictures, experimenting with large format and holograms. 


With a career in jet engine design and an aptitude for ‘seeing’ the design and visualisation, his passion for climbing and photography provided a reason to escape, explore and develop his creativity further. 


“At the alpine summit of a rather dangerous solo climb in 2003, I was aware of a moment of absolute peace and calm that crystalized a direction for my photography. I still to try and capture the “silence between” and the moments of clarity in nature. I think I’ve greatly improved my mountain craft and judgement of risk but continue to take large cameras to inaccessible places”.   


Meirion now work’s professionally as a photographer, mostly in digital medium format but is always experimenting and visiting far off places taking his large camera lenses with him to inaccessible places. "I’ve travelled and photographed in the Americas, South Africa, China and the far North.  I consider myself very lucky to live in the sticks, on the Western edge of the Peak, with my wife and two small, adventurous children”.

Harsharn Gill


"Photography for me really began with my father. It was a keen hobby of his and like many things your parents have an interest in, they tend to be inherited in some form or another.

I have a passion for photographing landscapes, but as time has passed it has been combined with my outdoors lifestyle, hiking up mountains, multi-day pack packing trips, remote adventures to Scotland, Iceland, the Himalayas and Greenland.

More recently it’s taken a turn towards event photography, anywhere from local club races to multi-day ultra marathons, where the ability to compose moving subjects and think on your feet introduce challenges of their own".

Meirion Watkin: https://www.instagram.com/meirionwatkin

Harsharn Gill:

https://www.instagram.com/h4rsx/

Copyright Harsharn Gill
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