Ken Day

Ken Day

Ken's work as a landscape and environmental photographer began as a need to record commissioned furniture he was creating in the early 1980s. The making of virtually instantaneous images on film soon balanced the much longer creative processes involved in fine woodwork. Art, science and nature meet in both disciplines, but photography became central to his endeavours as an artist when he started a new business to selling work in Wales. That work focuses on celebrating the beauty of landforms, natural history and human impact on the world. Each picture must tell a story, whether about the shapes in the landscape resulting from the forces of continental drift and glaciation, or the mystery of human history embedded in the fabric of the countryside. As well as the production of books, cards and prints, Ken undertakes commissions for a wide variety of purposes including recording historic buildings, family celebrations and public authority publications.

Contact: phone 07877 490026 / 01267 267757 or via www.kendayphotography.com

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King Street Gallery cooperative includes artists from a wide range of disciplines,including contemporary fine art, ceramics, photographers, stained glass, wood turning, textiles and sculpture.

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7th July 2017 - 30th August 2017,

Late Summer Exhibition 2017

An exhibition of new works by gallery members for the late summer months including paintings, original prints and fine art ceramics.

4th August 2017 - 30th August 2017,

John Cyrlas Williams - 'A Brief Flowering'

An exhibition in the Chate Room of works by the late John Addyman curated by art historian Peter Lord and Peter Rossiter

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Friday 1st September, 2017Debbie Dunbar

Friday 15th September, 2017Welsh Myths & Legends - Open Art Competition

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