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Miss Millie’s in Bristol’s Whiteladies Road will arrange an urban photography exhibit on 2nd May with free fried chicken for those who will visit the event. There is no get away the artistic elements in the city – with exhibits taking place all over Bristol, from galleries to cafes to building walls to street markets.
Whiteladies Road’s Miss Millie’s Fried Chicken will arrange a pop up exhibit by the photography students of UWE. The brainchild of Maxwell Ball (a student), the exhibit will feature snaps of 3 photographers referred with the neglected spaces of the urban environment of the city. The choice of the place shows the photographers’ interest of reappropriating overlooked and unused spaces to redefine them.
Well known Bristol photographer Theo Cottle along with Will Tilzey, Maxwell have experimented with showcasing work in this unusual space – utilizing the walls, the counters as well as the menu displays. A big scale work produced from an adapted dentist’s light box will be utilized.
Maxwell told that their work is all about seeing everyday urban places as well as the individual in these spaces. People in an atmospheric moment of staged and contemplative time. This is really an unexpected place for an exhibit; they thought that this would be a very interesting way of showing their work as thematically it aligns with their practices.
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Barbara Snyder’s The fine art Giclee prints of seascape photography are now available at the website – FASGallery.net. You can follow Barbara’s portfolio – http://fasgallerycom.artistwebsites.com. The website – Fasgallery.net is operated and owned by S&S Enterprises, who are also the owners of many on-line art galleries specializing mainly in fine art reproductions.
Barbara Snyder became a part of the line up of artists which includes Andy Thomas, June Dudley, Larry Dyke, Rod Chase, G. Harvey, Karen Noles, Bruce Green and many more. You can see the work of all these artists by visiting Somerset link – FASGallery.net.
Barbara Snyder was born in California’s Central Coast and graduated from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo with history major and English minor. She got her Master’s degree from the same university and started a teaching career which spanned more than thirty years before retiring from education to start photography as a 2nd career option.
Barbara Snyder has been featured in the Strictly Business Magazine, which is a Central Coast publication, made to exhibit local talents as well as to celebrate the entrepreneurial flavor. She has written many articles and given photographic contributions to several publications.
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