Friday, 26 August 2011

Photographer Steve Rayner @ Central Hall

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Innovative photographer Steve Rayner is a professional whose client base includes wedding and event photography and product photography.  He talks about his  artistic work here.


"For some time my method of working has been to familiarise myself with an area over a period of time – days, weeks, possibly even years - and then to start to capture elements of that environment that seem important. This is usually done all at once, when the light is just right.  As the images are recorded, I’m visualising how they will interact with each other or combine to form an impression or a feeling rather than a literal representation. Sometimes they work out as composites, occasionally as individual images". 

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To see Steve's work please visit his latest exhibition, Photography @ Central Hall from Monday September 5 Friday  2011. Find out more HERE.

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Photography @ Central Hall

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Photography @ Central Hall opens to the public on Monday 5 September at Central Hall, Alice Street, Keighley. Admission to the show is free and this exciting exhibition show cases the work of two Yorkshire photographers, Kath Williamson and Steve Rayner.  Here is some more information about Sheffield photographer Kath Williamson. 



This series of images has been produced by Sheffield-based art photographer Kath Williamson. She has always felt particularly drawn to neglected gardens and allotments, as well as to those small and often overlooked corners in the city where nature is asserting itself. Seeming to tread a line between painting and photograph, her images reflect the transience, fragility and beauty of these wild places. 


“All is process. That is to say, there is ‘no thing’ in the universe.
Things, objects, entities, are abstractions of what is relatively constant from a process of movement and transformation.
They are like the shapes that children like to see in clouds..”
 (David Bohm, Physicist, 1917 –1992)


 Visit Kath's website by clicking HERE
The exhibition is open until Friday 14 October 2011.