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Photographic Exhibition by Trevor Ashby in Oxford
November 21, 2012
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Ashby spent fourteen months at the Eden Project,working in natural light, so the rhythm of his work was controlled by the light under various weather conditions. He found pattern & structure in the forms of the natural world – not only looking to the specimen plants, but also making images from fallen leaves & flowers, that often lie unnoticed. From the fractures of decay and dissolution, he creates close-toned images that have their own opulence.
He also worked for a year at the Royal Cornwall Museum, unearthing fragile, often over-looked objects from the archives. The combination of curiosity and exquisite form, makes intriguing images.
Art Jericho 6 King Street Oxford OX2 6DF
Open Wednesday-Saturday 11am – 5pm
23rd November – 23rd December 2012