New Vision - Photography at Paxton+Glew
An exhibition of recent works by photographers and artists who use their own photography in their work. Rosie Emerson, Richard Heeps, Lexi Laine, Jack Parker and Emily Paxton.
Print maker Rosie Emerson exhibits her photo polymer etchings and screenprints, using her own photography with print making techniques which push the boundaries of print making today. See a broad selection of Rosie Emersons work at New Vision at Paxton Glew Gallery.
Photographer Richard Heeps exhibits his large scale analogue photographs of American Road Trips, which are both iconic and timeless. Also available are small unframed prints. Richard will be giving us a talk and Q&A in the gallery on October 14th from 6pm, please book via Eventbrite as capacity is restricted.
Lexi Laine exhibits her ethereal underwater photography of women free divers, while she the photographer also shoots on a single breath hold.
Also available are small unframed prints by Lexi Laine.
Jack Parker is a new artist in Paxton Glew Gallery, with his structural drone photographs of Brighton and the surrounding area showing Brighton as you rarely see it from the sky. Jack exhibits Brighton aerial views framed and unframed prints.
Emily Paxton, Co-Curator and one half of Paxton&Glew joins the New Vision exhibition with a personal collection of new figurative photographs exploring a personal journey through her recent experiences.
12 Hanningtons Lane
22 September–22 October