Tuesday 10 January – Friday 24 February 2017
Artistsmeet is taking a closer look at the natural world with an exhibition exploring rivers and the history they possess, presented by Rickmansworth based photographer Duncan Unsworth.
Using two different styles- traditional photography and scanographs, Duncan’s exhibition will showcase two themes:
Three Rivers – a documentary study of the local waterways including the Rivers Colne, Chess and Gade which meet in Rickmansworth. These rivers retain many traces of history as they pass through a landscape as it changes from rural to urban to post-industrial. Man has frequently altered the waterways before allowing nature to reassert itself
Thames – a collection focusing upon the mysteries and histories enclosed in the waters of the River Thames. The images are made by using river water and items collected from the beaches beside the river to create striking and thought provoking still life assemblages.
Duncan has worked as a television cameraman for over 35 years with credits including ‘The Vicar of Dibley ‘, ‘One Foot in the Grave ‘ and many episodes of ‘Eastenders ‘. His photography has been regularly shown and is associated with the London Independent Photography and the Contemporary Group of the RPS.
Visit www.duncanunsworth.com for more information
Tuesday 10 January 2017, 6:30pm-8pm
Artistsmeet, Watersmeet, High Street, Rickmansworth, WD3 1EH
Join us for an evening with our resident photographer! Learn more about Duncan’s work and the techniques he uses to create his photographs and captivating scanographs. You can also take advantage of the photography surgery- bring along your camera or prints and get the answers to the questions you have, about how to capture the perfect photographs.
This event is free and refreshments will be provided, budding photographers and professionals of all ages are welcome!
For more information please contact Elaine Johnson, Community Arts Development Officer / 01923 776611/ email@example.com
Artistsmeet is open during Watersmeet’s Box Office hours which are currently Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm
Entry is free.