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Carbon in, carbon out. Birch l, accepted and on show at the RWA Open in Bristol.
Exhibition on until 1st December 2019, visit the website for more details.

New work 'Carbon in, Carbon out'

on show at North Wales Open at Theatre Clwyd, Mold. Exhibition on until 23rd August 2019.

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I am excited to announce that my piece 'Opposing views' has won the judges prize at The Wrexham Open!

Exhibition is on12 October – 16 December 2018

Hosted by Tŷ Pawb and Undegun, Wrexham
with the support of Wrexham County Borough Council, THIS Project, East Street Arts and the Arts Council of Wales.

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Helfa Gelf - Art trail

Open studio event 22-23rd September 2018 11-5pm.

New work as well as previous work for sale from my studio. Focus is on more commercial work, traditional photography, experimental photography, drawings etc.

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E-Flyer for show, viewpoints

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Exhibition at Make North Docks, 37 Regent St, Liverpool, L3 7BN

18-23rd August 2018

PV 17th August 6-8.00pm

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March to end of May 2018. Residency at 'Make North Docks' Liverpool

I am fortunate to have a studio space at Make funded by LJMU, and am working towards an exhibition to be hosted by Make later this summer.

Please visit again to hear about dates etc.!

17-22nd April 2018. Exhibition at Espacio Gallery

I am taking part in this exhibition as a collaborator with Graham Matthews a member of 'The Rooftop Collective' 

Anna McNay, Guest Curator, who has worked closely with each pairing, writes –

“Take any one object of study and no two persons’ perceptions of it will ever be exactly the same. We each have our own, unique viewpoint on everything around us. A dialogue becomes fruitful, imparting knowledge from one party to the other, when each participant draws out further aspects of the subject, perhaps overlooked by their partner. 

 This exhibition comprises six such nascent dialogues, between six members of the photographic Rooftop Collective and six responding artists of various media, who, despite their different approaches, find common ground in their work –thus providing the seed for a conversation, begun by the artists, but which we hope will be continued by visitors as well.” 

About the Rooftop Collective: 

Started on the rooftops of Soho in 2010, this group of photographers works together to support and challenge one another in mutual pursuit of ongoing creative and professional development.

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