Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens, Dover, Kent
Saturday 3rd August 2019 (10:30-12:30)
The river runs through – a photographic exploration of water in Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens.
Join photographer Mike Tedder for this walk around Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens to celebrate the beauty of the River Dour.
You’ll need to bring your own camera or phone.
Please note that this workshop will focus on the creative aspects of photography, not the technical. Please wear sturdy walking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather!
The workshop is free to attend, but places are limited. If you’d like to come along, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
A new mini-poster series has just become available this weekend. Each 16×12 inch (30x40cm) c-type photograph is professionally printed on Fuji Velvet flat matt paper, displayed with a (40x50cm) mount to fit a standard 40x50cm frame. Ten images are currently available in this format, limited to 15 examples each, with further designs in planning. This initial series will shortly be available to purchase directly from my studio shop (https://miketedder.net/shop), but in the meantime do drop me a message should you find a particular image of interest.
The current range of mini-posters available are illustrated here:
Five new monochrome paper-cut postcards (6×4 inch) completed for the International Postcard Exhibition at Participate Contemporary Artspace, Shrewsbury from 2nd August -24th August 2019.
32-34 Riverside, Raven Meadows,
Shrewsbury, SY1 1PJ
Do you want to get creative with your photography? If so, join us in Russell Gardens for a sunset tour on Friday 19th July! The workshop will be led by photographer Mike Tedder. It’s free but places are limited so please book in advance. More info is at:
Cyanotype triptych exposed across three A4 sheets of sensitised cotton fabric with a 20min exposure.
Conversations from the series ‘A Beautiful Decay’.
South East Artists (SEAS) are exhibiting in Deal, Walmer, Ringwould and St. Margaret’s Bay, in individual studios, galleries and at three group venues: the Angling Club, Astor Theatre and Landmark Centre on 22+23rd June & 29+30th June.
Work includes woodcuts, mosaic, glass, painting, photography, drawing, embroidered textiles, ceramics, pottery, printmaking, collage, montage, assemblage, constructions, following themes of heritage, travel, local scenes, events, people, ideas, feelings, movement, dance and music.
SEAS artists are making links this year with the Deal Music and Arts Festival, starting on 28th June, where some artists will be producing art during music events; you can combine Open Studios visits with open gardens on the 30th June; there are printmaking demonstrations on Saturday mornings; or have your portrait drawn on the spot during the final weekend.
Follow the trail using the map and details of individual artists inside. Meet and talk to the artists.
Click here to download a copy of the Open Studios trail guide.