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Sheep being driven along an old transhumance route in Brittany
photograph by Marian Delyth, featured in our Fay Godwin project exhibition
A Clearly Marked Path
We have 6 exhibitions each year by invited photographers, with the occasional book related exhibition, originated and curated by us. The space is provided free, we take on the cost of the mounting and framing of the exhibitions and we take an agreed percentage of the gallery sales. We record each of the shows for our own archive, so take a look below to get an idea of past exhibitions and what we can provide.
A CLEARLY MARKED PATH - an exhibition of original photographs by a few of the many photographers, including major names from British landscape photography, touched by Fay Godwin's special approach to the land she documented.
In addition to work by important women photographers and writers influenced by Fay Godwin: Marian Delyth, Caroline Forbes, Jean Napier, Jane Whittle, we're exhibiting iconic photographs loaned to us, ranging through John Davies, Ffestiniog Railway, Blaenau Ffestiniog 1994, vintage gelatin-silver print (left); Paul Hill's Man Against Snow, Austria, 1974 (used as the cover image of the seminal Approaching Photography, 1982, 2004); Pete Davis, Cader Idris, 1996 (a vintage gelatin-silver print, selenium toned print from the series 'Cader Idris – Soul of a Lonely Place'); a vintage gelatin-silver print from John Blakemore's Wind Series II, 1981 and work by Jeremy Moore, Anthony Stokes, Peter Cattrell (Fay Godwin printer), and other admirers of Fay Godwin's work.