I had my first solo exhibition earlier this year at Garage Coffee Canterbury. The show lasted for about a month and it was a great way to get my work and myself out in the public a bit with the chance it could lead to sales and other opportunities.
And it did. After the exhibition finished I was contacted by the owners of a new venture in Faversham who had some fresh walls for me to fill.
In April I moved my Kent Landscapes and Seascapes exhibition over to ‘The Refinery‘ in Faversham’s West Street and since then I have been focussed on producing new local Faversham landscapes to display.
I had a few good images local to Faversham anyway but I would need to get out exploring again if I were to fulfil my aim of filling the space with purely local shots.
Over the next few weeks, I visited previously known and unknown locations looking for photographic potential.
I’ve come to discover that Faversham is blessed with marshes, creeks, historic buildings and charming town streets which offer a lot to the photographer.
There are a few locations that I think will come into their own in Winter but the images on this page give an idea of where I have been focussing my efforts.
Thanks for reading. Are there any spots you know of that I should check out?