TITLE: The Art Around Us
I have chosen four high key images of architectural structures together with the people that interact with them. Two indoor spaces; museums in New York and two outdoor; a railway station in Liege, Belgium. They exhibit different shapes and styles; square and open, circular and a modern steel structure but all provide a wonderful artistic backdrop to our lives.
AUTHOR: JULIET EVANS (United Kingdom)
I grew up in Tottenham, North London, and moved to Dorset at the age of ten. I decided at A level that I wanted to pursue Geography and Geology and in 1980 I went to Plymouth where I completed an Hons degree in Geology. I returned to live in Poole and worked for British Gas for seven years and spent ten years living in West Lulworth, Dorset with my husband and children. I have always had an interest in photography, using film cameras from my latter school years, but it wasn't until 2008 that I purchased my first Nikon DSLR. I joined a 2 year part-time A level course in 2009 and continued on to a Foundation degree in Photographic Practice at the Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) which I completed in 2013. In the last few years I have embarked on a substantial amount of travel photography, landscapes and seascapes with a more recent development into abstract work. I find this very enjoyable to make and recently exhibited a new series of square mandalas. I have self-published a small hardback book based on an original project "Looking for Alice", which I showcased during an exhibition at the Gallery Upstairs, Upton Country Park, in Poole where I have had four exhibitions since 2016 . My latest exhibition was at ONCA at Brighton in November 2019.
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