I've got an exhibition going up this week at The Cambridge Art Salon called Nature's Bounty. It's loosely themed around the way people who live in cities interact with nature and wildlife, and how the natural world has had to find its own niche in the urban environment. There are 20 images in the show, all black and white digital prints, taken in Paris, Australia, Denmark and the UK.
It's on for a week from the 16th of March There's an opening viewing on the 16th, from 7pm onwards - everyone is welcome, and bring your friends! If you can't make it on Friday night, the weekend is the next best time to come and see it - the gallery has some odd opening times in the week, so it's best to check before making a long journey.
Getting the prints done and putting the show together took a bit more work than I anticipated - just cutting the mounts for the frames took a whole day. I chose an ice-white board for the mounts, so for 8 hours I was living in mortal fear of smudgey fingers! I think they look pretty spiffy now.
All the prints will be available to buy, and priced to sell! I look forward to seeing you all there!