Starting today, 3 members of GPC are taking part in an exhibition at the Unit Three Gallery in Bladnoch.
Unit Three is in the Bladnoch Bridge Estate, a former creamery that closed in the 1980s. It now serves as home to various creative industries - blacksmith, recording studio, 2 x record labels, book warehouse, artist studio and Dowling Stove Design. The large pillared gallery makes for one of the most intriguing spaces you will visit in the area.
Exhibiting from the Galloway Photographic Collective are Roger Lever, Kim Ayres and David Moses.
Roger is exhibiting his large 70cm square contemporary images of the Puffin and the Shag. An unusual perspective for these remarkable birds. These form part of his UP-CLOSE series of wildlife.
Kim is exhibiting work from his "Tales From The Shutter" series, where he constructs storytelling scenes - images that look like they could be film stills, movies posters or book covers.
David is exhibiting work from 2 series - 'Memory, Speak’ which is a perspective on small town life and travails in uncertain times. And also he will be showing work from ‘The Scots’ - a portrait series that invites us to look closer at the people around us.
The exhibition runs from 7th December 2015 through to the end of January 2016. The gallery is open Monday to Friday 10-4 and Saturdays by appointment.
Hope to see you there.