images from 'when wolf met bear'
Research for a portfolio of exhibitions and out'stallations in association with several organisations and charities working in conservation, has led to extensive mountain travels and wilderness journeys in Great Britain, USA and Europe, and experiences that continue to inspire with new projects to promote further awareness of environmental concerns with the wolf as a symbol.
THE LAND OF
THE WOLF - touring exhibition
an evolving photographic exhibit detailing the wilderness, the wildlife and natural environment relating to wolves and the history of the wolf.
2016 - present - Made In Nottingham (shop) Broadmarsh Nottingham
2015 - The Wolves and Humans (Foundation) Tour of The Highlands
2012 - The Smallest Gallery, Station St, Nottingham
2011 - Fabrika, Leicester's Independent Art Gallery, Humberstone Gate LE1
2005 - Pushka Restaurant, Rodney Street, Liverpool
Urban Coffee Lounge, Smithdown Road, Liverpool
2004 - The Darkroom Gallery Duke Street, Liverpool, as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
Herne Bay High Street 2003
Whitstable High Street 2003
Broadstairs Folk Festival 2002
Herne Bay Festival 2002
AND HUMANS FOUNDATION
Trustee of registered charity. Artwork contributor.
Photographic exhibition to promote wolves at the INVERNESS MUSEUM 2001/ INVERNESS MUSEUM 2002 in association with The Wolf Society (as was)
WOLF HOWL GREETING CARDS
Wolf Howls a series of 8 greeting cards that combine distinctive monochrome images of wolves, with interpretations of ancient myths, depicting a moment from history when the wolf was thought a hero: an animal to be revered..
This ambitious project runs in conjunction with year 1 of MA Photography research degree 2007; as we transform the space (an under-used indoor picnic area) to create an educational wolf-related installation combining imagery and stories relating to Canadian wolves and bears and the Rocky Mountain environment, the Iberian Wolf of Northern Spain, myths from the Scottish Isles and current issues in the Polish wilderness.
The exhibit 'Totem' a series of large scale imagery of British Wildlife, was mounted along the woodland trail during the summer season 2005. Druidstone, Blean, Kent, provides hands-on educational opportunities for visitors and families to enjoy the magical experience of the ancient woodlands and its wildlife.
ART AT WILDWOOD
A study of family pack of european wolves at Wildwood Kent 2001 - 2004
woodland out'stallations and exhibits / theatre and performance / photographic presentations / community promotions
Since 2001 performance artists from The Faerie Village of Twlyth have come together to promote the opening (or closing) of each wolf related exhibition with their ever-progressive theatre performance of 'Wolven Tales'
This was a study of a pack of wolves during winter 1999/2000 and was part of a three year BA hons Creative Arts degree at Cumbria College Art and Design, with public view and exhibit at Edinburgh Zoo Gallery June 2000
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