Flooded Woodland Project by Stuart Royse
Stuart Royse's personal commitment to his craft as a photographer has led him to many beautiful and sometimes challenging environments. These range from the outstanding beauty of landscape to dangerous abandoned industrial places.
This project explores an area of woodland located on the edge of a reservoir in the Peak District and looks closely at the seasonal changes over the period of a year. The images show the visual transformation throughout the seasons of just one small area and highlight just how different the same place can appear when viewed over this extended period of time.
These images have been complied from up to 13 seperate frames shot using high end digital equipment and manually stitched to forman extreme wide view. Work to be shown: 2 of the large images from the original exhibition (limited edition of 8 each) and 2 from a smaller series (limited edition of 24 each)
Selected works by Maria Motowylczyk
Since moving to Pembrokeshire, Maria's work has embraced the spectacular coastline and the ever changing, dramatic elements which seem to dominate the land and seascape. Her work captures the essence of the immediate time and place. She has recently begun to rekindle her interest in printmaking and plans to produce a series of works which will be about her local surroundings.
Stuart and Maria moved from the Peak District to Pembrokeshire in 2017. They are both members of Fishguard Arts Society.
HOW TO FIND US
Tregwynt Mill, Castlemorris
Haverfordwest, SA62 5UX
You can find Melin Tregwynt off the A487 Fishguard to St. David’s road. Entrance is free, we are open all year round, and you can see the mill working from 9.00am – 4.30pm Mon-Friday (with lunch break at 1.00pm).
"Blow-ins" exhibition opening hours are:
Monday to Friday 9.30 - 5.00
Saturday... 10.00 - 5.00
Sunday...... 11.00 - 4.30