This is the second exhibition by this group and it is well worth a visit. There is a wonderful vibrancy about this new work – beautiful colours and also muted, soft tones.
James Brown’s work explores the light and plants at Pensthorpe and he has used a range of techniques to produce delicate split toned images as well as gorgeous full-colour studies.
Creative’s Michael I’Anson shares a powerful group of monochrome images that grab the attention and are bold in their use of black & white – stunning. Congratulations to Michael as he has just gained his LRPS.
Maggie Mole’s work is gentle, and has an abstract quality as she explores the gardens and plants at Pensthorpe. This is a carefully considered set of images that beautifully complement one another and create a sense of peace and calm.
Creative’s Susi Hancock has a lovely mix of images with a muted high key piece entitled: ‘Seeds Blowing’ which contrasts with the colourful plant portraits and vibrant ‘Desert Cacti’.
Bruce Page shares his strong and colourful work which is bold and arresting – the deep blacks provide a dramatic backdrop for the colourful plants.
And finally, Rhonda Pike with her ethereal series of images which use split toning and duo-tone techniques. Her panel work so well together and demonstrate the wonderful skills of this talented photographer.