A Clearly Marked Path

 
 

A Clearly Marked Path

Remembering Fay Godwin - photographs by British photographers and associates working now.

13th February 2017
 

Exhibition, 18 February 2017 - 1 April 2017
Pen’rallt Gallery Bookshop, Machynlleth, Wales

This exhibition explores the concept of landscape through the work of contemporary British photographers and runs parallel to the Fay Godwin exhibition The Drovers' Roads Of Wales And Other Photographs at the MOMA Machynlleth. A Clearly marked Path includes work by John Blakemore, Peter Cattrell, John Davies, Pete Davis, Marian Delyth, Caroline Forbes, Paul Hill, Aled Rhys Hughes, Jim Perrin, Jeremy Moore, Jean Napier, Tony Stokes, Tom Teichmann, Roger Tiley and Jane Whittle.

I am delighted that my photograph Snow Patches & Trees, Shropshire, 2013 has been chosen to be included in this exhibition. I remember that after a day out photographing in February 2013, I was on my way home when I came across this scene. I was attracted by a series of snow patches scattered along the crest of a ridge, the last remnants of winter. The faint outlines of the trees below seemed to hover ghostlike in anticipation of the warmer days of Spring. Standing in a field opposite that ridge, surrounded by sheep, I made an exposure which I felt captured the essence of that time and space within that landscape.

Snow Patches & Trees, Shropshire, 2013Snow Patches & Trees, Shropshire, 2013

The opening of the exhibition will take place on Saturday 18 February 2017, 11:00 – 12:00. For more information please visit Pen’rallt Gallery Bookshop or contact 01654 700559, penralltbooks@gmail.com

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