Photography and Art
I am a photographer of details, secrets and beautiful places. In looking for compositions I relax and let the world reveal itself to me. Anywhere you go, everywhere you look, there are amazing moments just waiting be discovered. When you visit a place, the first instinct is to look at the whole. Sit down and stop awhile, then you will start to see the secrets revealed. A robin singing, a flower touched with raindrops or a pathway leading to who knows where.Ephemeral art inspires me and I love capturing fleeting moments with the camera.
My experience in photography has come from years of practice, I am still learning, I will never stop. In my art, as in my photography, I love to depict the spirit of the subject, particularly animals. Working with pastels and acrylic allows me to capture intense photo realistic details and a real sense of depth in fur and feathers.
Commissions are a real pleasure to take on – the chance to interpret a photo, connect with the soul of the subject and create a memorable piece of art for someone to treasure.
I love to share my knowledge and enjoy teaching small groups or one to one workshops in both art and photography.
Event Type: Exhibition
Disciplines: Painting/Drawing/Illustration/Photography/Film/New media
Parish: Waterrow and Chipstable
Phone: 07816 846562
Web Address: www.johnahowells.co.uk
Visit the Festival from 11th-19th September 2021
The 2019 Festival has now passed, and what a blast we all had!
The Festival will return in September 2021.
The Street Market and Carnival will return in September 2021.
Address of venue:
Waterrow and Chipstable Village Hall
Address of venue:
Directions: From Wiveliscombe follow B3227 in direction of Bampton. At Rock Inn turn right. Village Hall is 200m on left.
Venue contact: Heather Rabbage
Phone: 07581 413934
Disabled Access: Full Disabled Access from side entrance
Toilets: Toilets with disabled access
Dogs: Dogs allowed
Refreshments: Tea, coffee and biscuits
Parking: Roadside Parking
Exhibiting at this venue: Tommy Acock (Handcrafted Bags), John Howells (Photography), Lesa Morley (Painting and Drawing), Heather Rabbage (Weaver & Spinner), Kay Waite (Ceramics). Jan Tillett (Textile Artist)