Apothecary Gallery CIC is an innovative gallery based in Hammersmith, West London

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Lynn Stout

Winner of the best digital wildlife image in 2018 Scottish Photographic Federation Salon

Scottish Wildlife Photography

 

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Opening Event: 7th February 7 – 9pm

In aid of the Scottish Wildlife Trust: 25% of all sales will be donated

Artists Talk: 8th February at 7pm

Book your place for this interesting and special evening event

This event features a talk by Lynn Stout on her wildlife photography and a presentation on Wildlife Trusts. Join us for this unique chance to hear about the highs and lows of a Wildlife Photographer; the valuable work of the Scottish Wildlife Trust and the impact of Wildlife Trusts on wildlife conservation and connecting people to nature. All profits raised are in aid of the Scottish Wildlife Trust.

Tickets: £10 

Limited places available!

To book your place, please email us at apothecarygallery@outlook.com

Exhibition runs: 8th – 22th February 2019

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A Scottish Nurse with many years of photographic experience over a wide variety of subjects and now with her main focus being on wildlife. Lynn’s journey into wildlife began in 2017 when a renowned wildlife photographer, ran a workshop at her local photographic club in Stonehaven, Mearns Camera Club. The spark was ignited and her niche for photography discovered. Lynn’s development in this genre was facilitated by a friend, whose wildlife knowledge created a thirst in Lynn to know even more about the amazing creatures being photographed. Lynn reciprocated this arrangement by providing her friend with the technical advice on using a digital SLR. Over the past eighteen months Lynn has travelled throughout Scotland, from the borders to the remote highlands following her passion for wildlife photography.

She won the best digital wildlife image in 2018 Scottish Photographic Federation Salon.

 

 

Photographs © Lynn Stout

 


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And so, he came home !
Family sinfonietta,
Friends celebration !

Véronique Avon

Curved Horizons

 

Exhibition runs: March/April 2019 – To be confirmed

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Having left Provence about thirty years ago, I have painted with oils many landscapes inspired by my family roots in this land of sun and lavender as well as of Herefordshire and the River Wye where I now live with my family.

Later, my traditional landscapes evolved into more imaginary rounded horizon’s scenes of orchards, gardens and sea.

They were little worlds loosely inspired from Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s book of The Little Prince.

I wrote for each painting a Haiku poem, another special creative space, three short lines suggesting the landscape’s own little story.

Alongside oil paintings, I explored Medieval Illuminations with other materials, working on a much smaller scale, playing with Celtic knotwork and angels, and textured colours. I was much inspired by the wonderful Book of Kells and the Lindisfarne Gospels.

This colourful ‘journey’ over the years has taken place through many exhibitions as well as in printing my artworks onto greeting cards and prints.

After having put the canvases aside for a while, I am now enjoying working on illustrations for story books, my own compositions as well as illustrating other writers’ tales. Black and white line drawings, watercolours, and more rhythmical Haiku poems are ‘blossoming’ on paper…

 

Artwork © Veronique Avon