N21 Festival : The Summer Exhibition 2014
Exhibitors

Just some of the many exhibitors at The Summer Exhibition 2014 ...

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Steve Harrison
My name is Steve Harrison, and I am the president of The Southgate Photographic Society.

I am pleased to introduce the Southgate Photographic Society screens containing members work at The Summer Exhibition.

Our members have a wide range of photographic styles and interests but all strive to produce high quality images.
 
Whether its Annies love of wildlife near and far, Darrens interest in the creating challenging images with an edgy tone,  Damians artistic captures of the underground and his daily commute, my own interpretation of well known buildings or any one of our other members images we hope that we have something that will make you stop, think and want to find out more. 
 
The Society will be showing a wide range of prints that we hope you will enjoy viewing, discussing and buying.

If you are a keen local photographer and looking to share, develop and enjoy your photography with a bunch of like-minded people do say hello and find out more about being a member of your local camera club

In the meantime do have a look at our website for more about who we are, when we meet and, of course, to see more of our work.

Website: http://www.southgatephoto.org.uk

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Roger Blows
I am more of a "Tuesday" painter so to say than a "Sunday" painter - less diligent and productive.

Over the years I have done various courses at the City Lit and elsewhere but I wonder whether they have had more or less influence on me than the newspaper cartoon strips by Maddocks I used to copy when I was a schoolboy.

Mostly I now work in oils (watercolour proving to be much too difficult).

If there's any consistency in the things I produce its a view of a "real" place with imaginary figures or animals inserted as needed.

I have done one or two portraits which the subjects admit are recognisable (I dare say most people think a likeness is a helpful component).

Commissions welcome!

In the past couple of years I have been doing some sculpture (clay modelling etc) but the output is a closely guarded secret.


 
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Susan Dickinson
I am a local artist who loves to draw and paint portraits of animals.

I like to put some humour into the pictures I paint and to give each one a name!!

If you would like a portrait of your pet I would be happy to do so at a reasonable rate.

 

My name is Susan Dickinson and you can contact me on

Mobile: 07789244983

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Martin Payne
I am a freelance Graphic Designer/Illustrator with a bit more time to dabble being a "REAL ARTIST"!

I have a mixed bag of styles which range through Still Life, Landscapes, Portraits, Abstracts and Montage in mixed mediums but mainly Watercolours and Pastels/Coloured Pencils.

I have been a member of Enfield Art Groups and exhibited regularly at local and more further a field exhibitions over the past 15 years and take on various commissions throughout the year from my studio at home.

Home: 020 8367 6986
Mobile: 07979 107610
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