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Creative Perspectives

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Digital Photography.
Creative perspectives by Erica Lyons, Rachel Holmes and Nigel Sparrow.

Erica: After painting with conventional brushes and paint on canvas I discovered 16 years ago that digital painting using Adobe Photoshop with my tablet and stylus like a palette and paintbrush. opened up an exciting and infinite universe to explore...

There are 2 different genres on display, one is my fascination with the refraction of light, second one is exploring flowers and insects in my garden with quirky layers and textures creating a surreal atmosphere.

Rachel: Rachel Holmes. My photography was inspired by my artistic parents and family, in particular my father Charles Holmes, who was a talented photographer, potter and artist. I love nature and birds and feel very fortunate to live in such a beautiful environment on the Coromandel, which continues to inspire me. Therefore I spend as little time on the computer as possible, though occasionally I will have a play with layering of images.

Nigel: I started playing with photography and the manipulation of digital images about 5 years ago and now spends real time each winter (in front of the fire) working on images I’ve taken with my iPhone. These prints have the ‘serendipity’ of unexpected effects that I’ve always enjoyed. I’m looking forward to showing some larger-scale images at our exhibition.

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