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Coastal Visions now open

Coastal Visions, my two-man exhibition with Gordon Butler, has opened in Whitstable yesterday.

IMG_3614On a perfect late autumn day, the town was buzzing with locals and visitors enjoying the half-term holiday at the seaside. Even as Gordon and I were installing the show, plenty of passers-by stopped for a look and a friendly chat.

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If you are interested in buying prints, but can’t make it to Whitstable in the next fortnight, worry not – all of the images can be ordered directly – just contact Gordon or myself with the details. Here is the image for the exhibition:

Coastal Visions image list with prices

Exhibition news: Coastal Visions, 26 October – 8 November 2015

Coastal Visions is a two-man photographic exhibition taking place at The View gallery in Whitstable from 26 October to 8 November.

Alongside the work of local photographer Gordon Butler, I will be exhibiting a selection of photographs of the Kent coast specifically chosen for this venue.

I have been walking and exploring the  fascinating coastline of Kent for over a decade. The images I have chosen for this show reflect the varied character of its landscapes, from salt marshes to dense woodland.

wpid2632-dmc_20121015_newington_3631.jpg by Douglas McCarthy.

All of the work on display will be available to purchase as affordable open edition prints, mounted and framed by the photographers. Please get in touch via enquiries@douglasmccarthy.co.uk if you’d like to receive an inventory and price list of the works being shown.

Exhibition details

COASTAL VISIONS

Coastal Visions showcases the work of photographers Gordon Butler and Douglas McCarthy.

Gordon Butler was born and educated in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. He graduated from art school with a BA in 3-D Design and moving to London in the 1980s. He lives in Whitstable.

Gordon’s passion is photographing landscape. “Our relationship with our environment is a complex one. We are shaped by it and we shape it. Our perception of landscape, our viewpoint, is constantly modified by the shifting balance between these influences. The aim of my photography is to encourage the viewer to contemplate this relationship.”

W: www.gordonbutler.me
E: info@gordonbutler.uk

Douglas McCarthy was born in Dublin, Ireland and lives in south-east London. He has an Art History MA from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. In recent years, Douglas has photographed extensively to the east of London in the Thames Estuary, the Essex coast, the Medway and the isles of Sheppey and Grain.

The abiding concern of Douglas’s work is man’s influence upon his environment and the ways in which this is manifested over time. His work often explores the margins of towns and cities, where urban fabric begins to unravel: along river paths, through industrial hinterlands and out to the coast. His images are infused with documentary, landscape and graphical elements.

W: www.douglasmccarthy.co.uk
E:  enquiries@douglasmccarthy.co.uk
Twitter: @dk_mccarthy

Venue

The View, 9 Oxford St, Whitstable CT5 1DB.
T: 01227 272333

Exhibition news: Light Headed

Light Headed, a photographic exhibition at Gallery 320, starts on 8 October and is part of the annual East London photography festival Photomonth.

wpid2324-dmc_20120624_tilbury_2603.jpg by Douglas McCarthy.
Low country

My photograph Low country is featuring in Light Headed and will be available to purchase at the show. It is being produced by Gallery 320 as a framed and mounted 20″ x 16″ print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper, in an edition of 25.

Light Headed runs from 8 October to 3 November 2012 – click here to see full details on Gallery 320’s web site. I will be attending the private view evening on Thursday 11 October, from 6pm to 9:30pm. If you’d like to come along to the private view, please send an email to Sean and Lorraine at Gallery 320: contact@gallery320.co.uk