Worldwide Photography Gala Awards 2010 Competition / Pollux Awards
I’m delighted to learn that I’m a finalist in the Fine Arts category of this competition, which received 18,912 images from 65 countries.
More news on winners and awardees will be announced by WPGA at the end of next month.
My work features in a new open exhibition starting on 4th December 2010 at Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham TW1 3DJ : Tel: 020 8831 6000: http://www.richmond.gov.uk/arts
Orleans House Gallery presents Picturing Science, an open exhibition which examines the collision between two harmonious and contrasting fields of symbolic representation, Art and Science.
Curator Mark De Novellis stated: “Although science is seemingly the logical, rational, ordered antithesis of artistic creativity, artists and scientists still share a common drive to innovate, explore, dissect and reveal. They have a unified love and awe for the world around and within them.
Exhibiting artists draw from a wide variety of scientific disciplines from botany, astronomy to astrophysics to create an accessible, compelling and thought-provoking show that is not to be missed!”
The exhibition runs until 26 February 2011 and admission to the Riverside Gallery is free.
I’m very happy that a detail of my image ‘Disturbulences’, which appears in the exhibition, appears in the New Scientist website feature. New Scientist have more images and details: http://www.newscientist.com/gallery/picturing-science
Metro Magazine publicized the exhibition last Thursday with this feature, below, and I’m delighted that it featured my image.